Construction of a new crater-rim boardwalk starts mid-November.
The story of Tāmaki Makaurau and the waka that sailed here will take centre stage in January 2020 when the region celebrates its Māori heritage through the Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival.
A unique insight into this important but forgotten chapter of Aotearoa’s musical legacy.
Trace the evolution of children’s book design with versions of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ over 400 years.
An exhibition celebrating the inherent leadership qualities of south Auckland's Māori and Pasifika people.
View fairytales, myths and legends from various cultures at Mt Albert Library.
A two-week community poetry and art project for adults/teens.
See what makes Tāmaki Makaurau home to a group of new migrants.
An exciting free programme of live and online events celebrating Auckland’s readers and writers and the stories that bring us together.