Schefflera digitata Pate
Found in damp parts of the forests.
Leaves are softer and more toothed than Pseudopanax arboreus.
Leaflets 7-18 cm long.
Often mistaken for a Pseudopanax or five finger. The leaves are less glossy, membranous and generally larger and scruffier than the trrue five fingers.
If you wish to learn more about native plants I suggest one of these natural history books from fishpond