This popular central Auckland beach was as beloved at the turn of the 20th Century as it is today – but did you know it was also once home to a flying school?
10 Jun - 02 Jul
Celebrate Māori New Year with Auckland Council and host iwi Ngāti Manuhiri.
Before the Auckland Harbour Bridge was built, the North Shore was a mostly rural area of about 50,000 people, with few jobs and a growth rate half that of Auckland south of the Waitematā Harbour.
Manukau's Journey is a selection of significant and representative events from the history of Howick, Manukau, Manurewa-Papakura and Franklin wards of Auckland City.
06 Jun - 22 Jul
This interactive, multi-media exhibition explores the impact that the harsh reality of war had on colonial sportsmen.
City Rail Link works around the CBD have unearthed a number of items from Victorian times.
In honour of her majesty's birthday, we're looking back to the building of Queens Wharf in downtown Auckland.
The Ōtuataua Stonefields Historic Reserve is an internationally significant heritage landscape and an important archaeological site near Māngere.
Auckland Council’s 21 local boards want feedback on their draft local board Plans 2017, which help guide decisions on local activities and projects.
Take a look at some of the wonderful things that can be explored in Auckland’s museums.