Mangere is a place of great historical significance for Auckland.
Explore Mangere Mountain and the Otuataua Stonefields to see the traces of early Māori settlements.
Ambury Regional Park is the perfect spot for a family day out, with cute farm animals, walking trails and birdwatching.
Make it to the top
Follow the trail up Mangere Mountain and explore the remains of former Māori settlements. Take the time to soak in the fantastic views from the summit.
Walk through history
Experience some of the area’s significant historical sites, including the Otuataua Stonefields. The stonefields are home to archaeological remains of Māori and European stone structures dating back over 800 years.
Meet the farm animals
Visit the working farm at Ambury Regional Park and get up close to the animals. The kids will love seeing the goats, cows, rabbits and peacocks and you can even feed the pet lambs in spring.
Discover the culture
Mangere is a culturally diverse region, explore the Mangere Arts Centre- Ngā Tohu o Uenuku, which was designed to enhance the culture of the vibrant Mangere community.
Get a glimpse into Auckland’s past in Mangere. Check out the great views across Manukau Harbour from the top of Mangere Mountain, and see remnants of the large fortified Māori pa. Uncover more history following the trail through the archaeological Otuataua Stonefields site.
After meeting the friendly farm animals at Ambury Regional Park, head to Mangere Bridge Village, the community at the heart of Mangere.