Night-time photographs of the lanterns in Auckland’s Albert Park are magical but daytime shots are spectacular too.
Every Saturday morning there is a Farmer’s market in central Auckland. It’s a small, but perfectly formed, affair. Fresh veggies and herbs, cupcakes, cheeses, flowers, just-baked bread, crepes and Kiwi mussel fritters (when in season). The bacon butties are world… Read More ›
Auckland is waking up to the fact that spectacular scenery and out-of-the-box, larger-than-life sculpture is a winning combination. Throw in a sunny day and a glass of a locally produced Waiheke wine and the organisers of headland sculpture on the… Read More ›
There are so many reasons to visit NZ Sculpture Onshore that I don’t know where to start. There’s great pride in knowing that NZ has so many talented artists, established and emerging. There’s the spectacular location looking across the Hauraki Gulf… Read More ›