Parks / Outdoors
Te reo Māori will be showcased in some local parks with mana whenua invited to provide names and stories reflecting the area’s rich Māori history.
Work will soon begin to improve a part of the shared walking and cycling path on Central Park Drive, Henderson.
Muriwai Beach is once again open for vehicle access as part of the COVID-19 alert level step change, but drivers are reminded that rules must be followed for the safety of other beach users – and that Auckland is still in Alert Level 3 (Step 1).
The National Erebus Memorial project is being sponsored and led by the Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage (MCH).
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.
Aucklanders are encouraged to discover the city's street art scene by bike with the Street Art Bike Challenge.
Participate in New Zealand’s largest clean up event and make a significant difference in your local area.
A family event featuring Speedway racing as a salute to our services with free entry for service people.
A temporary outdoor gallery for artists, musicians and performers.
Be entertained by fairies, pirates, princesses, superheroes, unicorns and more.
A great way to meet other parents and/or caregivers and let the little ones play and be active at parks and reserves.
Learn more about how to identify and manually control weeds in your local park and backyard.