The exhibition is located at the stunningly beautiful Fort Takapuna, overlooking Narrow Neck beach in Devonport.
NZ Sculpture OnShore makes for a fantastic day out, with a cafe, tours and children’s programme all on offer. Guided Tours daily at 11 am and 1 pm from outside The Officers Mess.
Due to the family environment and priceless artworks dogs will not be permitted at the event.
Devonport is accessible via both the Northern and Southern motorways. Take the Esmonde Rd exit and follow the signs to Devonport, then Narrow Neck beach.
There is plenty of parking on site at the event organised and run by Devonport Rotary. Parking in exchange for a small donation. Free Car Parking is available at Narrow Neck Beach reserve, with a two-minute stroll to Fort Takapuna.
The Auckland ferry terminal is situated at 99 Quay Street, which is right at the bottom of Queen Street, with ferries leaving on the hour and half hour.
Once you have arrived at the Devonport Ferry building, you can hop on the 813 bus which will take you around to Narrow Neck and the NZ Sculpture OnShore exhibition.
For further information on transport:Auckland Transport
For the bike lovers, bring your bikes and go for a leisurely cycle around to the exhibition, taking in some of the fantastic scenery of Devonport. There is also bike hire and tours available from Cycle Auckland in the Devonport Ferry Building.Cycle Auckland Website
Last day time ticket sales SAT 12th and SUN 13th is 4.30pm.
Last ticket sales on SAT 12th and Sun 13th New Light Night is 9.00pm.Buy Tickets Online
Children (5-12): $5
Concessions (Seniors and students): $10
Family Pass (2 adults + 2 children): $35
Under 5’s: Free