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A new space at Oakley Creek brings together ancient Māori play artefacts into a single space to create a traditional Māori playground.
The new Albert-Eden events broker programme provides funding to people who have great ideas for small local events.
Auckland Council's Community Development and Safety Committee approves $324,538 for regional arts and culture at its April meeting.
A recent debate provided a forum to discuss issues of importance to Pacific communities, including housing, civic participation and belonging.
The 'Waitākere going forward' action plan has been developed in response to the aspirations of west Auckland Māori.
Thirteen local tracks in the Waitākere Ranges are set to be temporarily closed to prevent the spread of kauri dieback.
Each activation will feature Play Experts, who will introduce different traditional Asian, Pasifika, and Māori games; everyone is invited to give the activities a go!
Experience the spirit of resistance that lives on through the power of words, crack-up humour, and advocacy for a more equitable society.
The greatest predator that ever lived is at Auckland Museum.
The return of the Auckland Town Hall Tours, offering a remarkable experience of the historic building.
Transform a once neglected urban stream area into an abundant and biodiverse natural reserve.
Take in the relaxed atmosphere as Auckland Museum is open late every Tuesday evening.
Unlock your inner artist in these free monthly creative classes.
An exhibition about Māori fairy folk, patupaiarehe (supernatural beings).
A breath-taking exhibition on art by Elizabeth Thomson.
Stop by the Maritime Museum every Sunday to make and take home a whānau-friendly craft.
Free exhibition of work by contemporary Aotearoa artist Dame Robin White.