Parks / Outdoors
People are invited to have their say on how 260 parks and almost 800 hectares of land are managed in Upper Harbour.
Key parks in Puketāpapa have been identified as places where stories narrating the area’s rich history and heritage can be told.
Students from Te Kura o Puhinui / Warkworth School helped design a new playground at Shoesmith Reserve that opened in August.
Get involved in the Kids Learn2Ride sessions.
Play and learn circus skills like juggling, hula hoop, acrobatics, ribbons, and spinning plates.
Transform a once neglected urban stream area into an abundant and biodiverse natural reserve.
Shop great range of local artisan products at this market on Waiheke Island.
Join Samoan historian Sofi Pua on this entertaining free walking tour along Karangahape Road.
Over the three days, students will learn all the basics needed to start your raranga journey.
Learn how to use 5 minute bird counts to help monitor birds in our parks.
Come and listen as historian Lisa Truttman talks about the history of Gittos Domain, Blockhouse Bay's oldest reserve.