Help protect our kauri from kauri dieback disease
Kauri dieback disease is killing kauri trees in the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park. The closure of some tracks and the creation of protection zones helps prevent the spread of this disease, but anyone using the park can play their part to save kauri. Please respect these guidelines when visiting:
- Always make sure your shoes, tyres and equipment are cleaned to remove all visible soil and plant material before and after visiting kauri forest.
- Always use the cleaning stations installed on major tracks.
- Stay on the track and off kauri roots.
- Keep your dog on a leash at all times or leave them at home.
Private personal training sessions at Parrs Park in West Auckland.
Want to improve your health and fitness? Time to get rid of that covid lockdown body.
Te Mākete is a Māori Market held every month at Hoani Waititi Marae, behind Parrs Park in Glen Eden. Bring the whānau and support Māori business - everyone is welcome.
During the guided 3 hour experience, your senses will be awakened with a 16-course tasting feast created with native and seasonal flowers, fruits, leaves and seeds.
“Walking in the NZ bush will never be the same again!” - Dany Leong.
The Swanson Market is held on the first Sunday of each month (excluding January) and has become an important regular event in Swanson. It’s run by a small group of community volunteers. The Market is a car boot sale (second-hand goods in the main). No food stalls allowed i.e. cooked on-site.
This vinyasa-flow style class combines posture, breath and visualisation to support vibrant energy flow within the body and improve mood and mindset. A powerful yoga practice designed to encourage forward movement and vitality in all areas of your life!