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Mobility Dogs Fundraiser at Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park

Join us for a wonderful opportunity to visit Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park, helping to raise funds for Mobility Dogs.

Explore the world class Gibbs Farm - an expansive, open-air sculpture park located in the beautiful Kaipara Harbour, North of Auckland. It is the greatest collection of large-scale, outdoor sculptures in New Zealand, with works by some of the world’s most renowned artists.

Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy wandering around the park admiring the sculptures and exotic animals, including giraffes and zebras!

Tickets are limited.

What to bring
• Comfortable walking shoes – the paved walk is 6-7 km long; however, you can choose to do as much or as little of this as you please. A reasonable level of mobility is required.
• Camera – photos are allowed
• Sunscreen and hat
• Food & water - there is no onsite cafe
• Raincoat – this event will go ahead rain or shine!

Important Information:
• This is a 7km hilly walk, with no set pathway and is not wheelchair friendly.
• No dogs allowed
• There are toilets available on site.
• Please familiarise yourself with the Gibbs Farm Visitor’s Term of Access
• Entry is at 2421 Kaipara Coast Highway
• Visitors also agree to the terms of access as outlined by Gibbs Farm.
• For more info visit www.gibbsfarm.org.nz
• Unfortunately, if you find that you are unable to attend, we cannot refund or resell tickets. We suggest you pass them on to family or friends yourselves.

Please note: Gibbs Farm is a private property, open monthly by prior appointment only to artists, educational institutions, charities and the public. No entry fee is applicable when visiting Gibbs Farm by appointment; the Trustees of Gibbs Farm have generously allowed us to arrange this event as an important fundraiser to support Mobility Dogs.

Gibbs Farm, Makarau, Auckland
2022-11-25 10:00:00 - 2022-11-25 14:00:00
All Ages
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