Sports / Leisure
Te Puke o Tara sports park now open
Te Puke o Tara sports park is complete with five playing fields, a training field and a car park.
Albany pool set to make a splash
Aucklanders can look forward to enjoying an exciting new swimming facility in Albany next summer.
Eventful year pumps $85m into Auckland economy
Auckland’s massive 2014/2015 line-up of events – which included two world cups – has pumped more than $85 million into the regional economy.
Video: Action-packed weekend for V8 Supercars fans
Be at Pukekohe Park Raceway this weekend as Australia and New Zealand go head to head in an action-filled battle that promises to be another epic trans-Tasman battle!
What is Freedom of the City?
Find out more about what it means to be honoured with Freedom of the City.
Keen to try sailing?
Get out on the water this summer and give sailing a go.
Half-million dollar boost to sports groups
Applications are open until 25 November for a share of a $508,000 fund to support sport and recreation organisations.
500 days until Auckland hosts World Masters Games
In April 2017, Auckland will host the World Masters Games 2017.
Manurewa Guided Walks
Get introduced to safe walking routes through the community and gentle nature paths to enjoy with loved ones.
Wriggle & Rhyme - Ponsonby
Babies, toddlers, and pre-schoolers are all welcome.
FREE - Beginners' Family History Course
Everything you need to unlock the mysteries of your past.
Whangaparāoa Library's BrainFit (for adults)
Engage your mind by solving thought-provoking puzzles and problems.
Free Guided Rides - Glen Innes
Try the brand new Te Ara ki Uta ki Tai cycle connection.
Kids Learn 2 Ride
Help your kids learn to bike or improve their skills at our free drop-in sessions.
Free Bike Skills for Beginners
You’ll learn how to balance on a bike and pedal independently, some basic bike handling skills and heaps more.