Parks / Outdoors
As the region approaches its first weekend in Alert Level 3, Auckland Council is asking Aucklanders to keep following the rules and stay local to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Te reo Māori and the names and stories of our rich Māori history will be showcased in some of Kaipātiki’s public spaces.
Temporary dog walking rules will help endangered shorebirds to breed and roost in safety at the northern end of Snells Beach.
Auckland Council is reminding Aucklanders that under COVID-19 restrictions they cannot use recreational facilities, including playgrounds, outdoor exercise equipment, basketball courts, pump tracks and skateparks.
Aucklanders are encouraged to discover the city's street art scene by bike with the Street Art Bike Challenge.
Learn about some of the classic and lesser-known herbs used in the 19th century and today.
The next community regeneration day at Jessie Tonar Scout Reserve.
A temporary outdoor gallery for artists, musicians and performers.
Take a free guided walk and talk with your community park ranger and local historian John Steel.
Take an educational walk with your community ranger team and members through the historic tunnels and gun emplacements at Kennedy Park.
Take a free guided walk with your community park ranger through this historic reserve on the shores of the Manukau harbour.