Pack your sunhat and sunscreen, and plan your journey to Western Springs Park – Pasifika returns this weekend.
Auckland has a bumper line-up of arts and culture events taking place this autumn.
The 41st Polyfest festival launched on 1 March at the Manukau Sports Bowl.
Tens of thousands of people visited the Auckland Lantern Festival in its new location of Auckland Domain.
Llew Summer’s sculpture, To the End of Love, is a return to his first universal theme as an artist – man and woman together.
The Auckland Lantern Festival’s lantern-only night, and larger venue, provides a great opportunity for festival-goers to experience the magic of the event while avoiding the larger weekend crowds.
Pasifika returns to Western Springs Park on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 March.
Chris Moore’s sculpture Bird Songs is an oversized gramophone, a symbol of a forgotten era, slowly sinking into the earth and taking with it the song of birds that are lost to New Zealand’s forests forever.
Enjoy the sunshine, fresh air and a range of world-class entertainment in Auckland this summer.
Natalie’s Guy sculpture Karesansui makes a unique contribution to the Auckland Botanic Gardens, a celebration of the South Pacific garden.