Nestled into the shoreline below Marine Parade Reserve in Herne Bay sits an important part of Auckland’s yachting heritage.
The Maungakiekie pā (Māori fortress) was once home to several thousand people.
Auckland Libraries’ John A. Lee Collection and J. T. Diamond Collection were inscribed onto the UNESCO Memory of the World New Zealand documentary heritage register.
01 Dec - 21 Jan
Follow the rich and varied story of 175 years of Chinese life in Aotearoa.
In 2018 Matariki Festival will celebrate the Māori New Year with events across the Auckland region from 30 June to 22 July.
The Stonefields Heritage Trail was officially opened on Saturday morning by the Ōrākei Local Board.
Expressions of interest are now open for the 2018 Auckland International Cultural Festival.
Some of New Zealand’s greatest writers have lived in the Auckland region, including literary luminaries like Janet Frame, Hone Tuwhare, Frank Sargeson and Riemke Esling.
Waterview’s history has come to life with new signs and a footbridge reflecting the area's past.
Howick Local Board is bringing the area’s history in to the 21st Century with the launch of the Howick’s Heritage mobile app.