Another major milestone for the Ferry Basin Redevelopment project has been met with the final canopy installed on the west side of Queens Wharf above the gangway accessing the new ferry pontoons.
23 Jan - 22 Feb
Turn sounds from the city into a visual symphony through the Auckland Live Digital Stage in Aotea Square.
Auckland, Los Angeles, and Guangzhou extend their tripartite cooperation agreement.
16 Jan - 28 Mar
Come along with friends and whānau, sit back and enjoy 20 free open-air concerts across Auckland.
With the recent opening of Toka Puia car park in Takapuna, shoppers, residents and businesses have embraced the new facility with enthusiasm over the holiday period.
22 Jan - 26 Feb
Grab a bean bag and chill out in the Hello Sailor pop-up bar area in Aotea Square as part of Auckland Live's Summer in the Square.
An unmissable line-up of eight local street performers who have entertained across the globe, from Edinburgh to the Middle East, will hit our newest spaces along the waterfront and Viaduct Basin over Anniversary Weekend.
14 Dec - 01 Feb
Local and affordable activities to keep the kids entertained over summer.
SouthSci, the Participatory Science Platform in south Auckland is now accepting funding applications for STEM related projects for 2021.
22 Jan - 21 Feb
Experience the waiata song, haka dance and instruments used in traditional Māori culture.
Almost every block in the Auckland city centre has a water fountain or a place that will refill your water bottle for free.
05 Dec - 09 May
The largest exhibition ever staged by Auckland Art Gallery offers insights into contemporary Māori art.
The fungal disease Myrtle Rust has been discovered for the first time within the boundaries of the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park.
15 Jan - 22 Feb
Which of the Challenger teams will take on the Defender Emirates Team New Zealand in The 36th America's Cup Match?
Rodney Local Board is expanding the footpath network between towns and villages to improve safety and make it easier for people to get around.
18 Jan - 29 Jan
These school holidays treat the whole whānau to a visit to Stardome!
As the dry summer days roll on, it’s a timely reminder to rural residents to think about water rainfall and their water usage.
05 Jan - 05 Feb
Read and relax this summer with fun and flexible reading challenges for the whole whānau or just for you.
Auckland’s recycling stayed on track, despite all the obstacles of 2020. Councillor Richard Hills shares how Auckland maintained positive results for recycling and what is unique compared to other regions.
23 Jan - 06 Mar
Visit Auckland Zoo after hours (4pm-8pm) on Saturdays and enjoy the Zoo in the evening light.
For a fifth year in a row, Bella has topped the list of most popular dog names on Auckland Council’s dog registration list and shows no sign of waning in popularity.
03 Dec - 28 Feb
The latest exhibition from the mind of LEGO® Certified Professional, Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught.
Puketāpapa Local Board’s Strategic Relationship Grants provide support to local organisations whose work benefits local communities.
21 Dec - 31 Mar
Roam the Blue Water Black Magic gallery and learn about Aotearoa's boat-building and yacht racing history these summer holidays.
Aucklanders give their thoughts on our regional parks.
Perfect for anyone looking for a good time, a new date experience, a flatmates evening out or a die-hard Pink Floyd fan.
Summer is a great time to start your home composting routine.
26 Dec - 27 Mar
A 45-minute guided tour of New Zealand's vast boatbuilding history right through to modern-day technology.
Discounted off-peak fares are to become permanent on public transport in Auckland. The permanent ten per cent discount will come in on 7 February.
21 Jan - 31 Jan
Go on a tour of the stars, planets and constellations visible on the night of your visit from our little corner of the globe, Auckland.