Every two years the beautiful Harbourview People’s Park in Te Atatu Peninsula, 20 minutes from Auckland CBD, hosts a charming sculpture trail. There are 43 artworks on show, some easier to find than others. It’s a great way to spend a couple of hours in the sunshine, particularly if you join one of the free curator tours. We were lucky to be joined by two of the artists on our visit, explaining their pieces and how they relate to the environment, a key part of the brief to the artists involved. Tickets are $15 and the trail is open for the next three weeks until 28th March.
3 thoughts on “Te Atatu Peninsula Harbourview Sculpture Trail 2016”
We have sculpture park in Yorkshire (uk) as well and I quite enjoy going there. It’s really fun walking among the pieces of art
It’s on my list for one of my trips back home one year