Gibbs Farm open-air sculpture park is home to a series of major site-specific artworks commissioned from some of the world’s most significant artists including Andy Goldsworthy, Anish Kapoor and Richard Serra.
Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy a family day out, wandering around the park admiring the sculptures and exotic animals, including giraffes and zebras.
What to bring
- Comfortable walking shoes – the paved walk is 6-7 km long; however, you can choose to do as much or as little of this as you please
- Camera – photos are allowed
- Sunscreen and hat
- Food & water - there will be coffee available to purchase on site
- Raincoat – this event will go ahead rain or shine
Note: There are toilets available on site.
Gibbs Farm has two entrances. Please check your ticket for details about which gate to enter the farm through - either 61 Barr Road or 2421 Kaipara Coast Highway. This helps us manage traffic flows and onsite parking.
There will be no sales at the gate.
This event will follow government guidelines in order to take place safely. We are optimistic that it will be able to happen, but if it cannot, we will reschedule, and we will be in touch with all ticketholders with the new date.
If you are unable to attend the new date, a refund will be offered.
All proceeds from this event will go towards supporting Kiwis living with incurable breast cancer.
Please refer to Gibbs Farm list of terms and conditions prior to purchasing your tickets. Please note all ticket holders agree to New Zealand Government requirements around COVID-19.
Please note: Gibbs Farm is a private property, open monthly by prior appointment only to artists, educational institutions, charities and the public.
No entry fee is applicable when visiting Gibbs Farm by appointment; the Trustees of Gibbs Farm have generously allowed us to arrange this event as an important fundraiser to support Sweet Louise and Kiwis with incurable breast cancer.