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by Waiheke Resources Trust

‘Ditch the Car’ Panel: Do I Still Need a Car?

Is owning a car still worth it? With the many transport alternatives available in Auckland, could you manage without a car? Do you really need two cars? Is it now… Read More

by Waiheke Resources Trust

Community Singalong

Community Singalong: Music brings people together! We will have a range of songs for old and young to sing along with. The audience is encouraged to come by bike, bus,… Read More

by Waiheke Resources Trust

Open Farm Q and A

Visit the urban farm right in the heart of Auckland City! Tour For the Love of Bees’ urban farm OMG (Organic Market Garden) and ask your questions about our upcoming… Read More

by Waiheke Resources Trust

Egg Basket Weaving Workshop

Join @thousand_ugly_kete for harakeke weaving. We will make small kete that can carry Easter eggs or any other small cute items. The workshop is suitable for people with basic weaving… Read More

by Waiheke Resources Trust

Free nature photography workshop (8 -18)

Nature photography using digital SLR cameras at Hobson Bay. Students aged 8 to 18 years old will learn how to use a digital SLR camera to take photos of nature,… Read More

by EcoMatters

Onehunga Peoples Garden Working Bee

Come lend a hand at the ecologically and archaeologically fascinating Onehunga Peoples Garden, where we have been removing rubbish, planting natives, managing weeds and restoring the waterways since 2013! We’ll… Read More

by Kaipātiki Project

Orewa Repair Cafe

Bring your broken or damaged items and local volunteers will fix them for you at no charge! The idea is to encourage the concept of Repair-Renew-Reuse. Our volunteer repairers are… Read More

by Waiheke Resources Trust

Ōmiha Mix and Mingle Evening

Join other Rocky Bay residents at Glenda’s for a delightful evening of connecting, wandering through the garden, patting the dogs and appreciating the special community we have. There will be… Read More

by Waiheke Resources Trust

Onetangi Social: Connecting with Neighbours

Join Onetangi Residents Association (ORA) in mingling with neighbours, connecting with the WhatsApp street groups developed in the last year, and having a kōrero about sharing knowledge and building community… Read More

by EcoMatters

Whau Ethnic Women’s Cycling Journey

Join us for a day of empowerment, friendship, and the joy of pedalling together. Celebrate diversity on two wheels. Tailored for ethnic ladies in the Whau area—New Windsor, Avondale, Glenavon,… Read More