Date: Sunday 24 March 2019
Time: 10am - 2pm
Where: Gibbs Farm, 2421 Kaipara Coast Highway, Makarau
Gibbs Farm is renowned for its beautiful open-air sculptures from local and international artists set in the spectacular Kaipara Harbour.
Make this a day to remember for the whole family at this special event made exclusive on a Sunday to the King's Community.
Marvel at the wonderful art, be amazed by their sophisticated structures and ponder the mystery behind their construction in the most beautiful setting. Enjoy the exotic wildlife the park has to offer and perhaps an opportunity to experience a close encounter with the giraffes.
Gibbs Farm has a capacity limit on the number of attendees. Be sure to buy your tickets now to secure your spot at this popular event.
We are pleased to be partnering with Picnic Box once more as our official catering supplier for this special event. A range of delicious packed lunches at very competitive prices can be ordered when purchasing your ticket and collected at the event on the day. Please click here to view the wide selection of options.
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Please note as this is a working farm, no domestic animals (dogs) are allowed. Alcohol is not permitted. Access to sculptures is by foot so a reasonable level of fitness required. The event will take place rain or shine.
Please click here to view the full terms of access before purchasing your ticket.
If you have any queries regarding the event, please contact email@example.com.
Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park
Gibbs Farm is a world-renowned open-air sculpture park featuring local and international artists. Set on a working farm beside the beautiful Kaipara Harbour (the largest Harbour in the Southern Hemisphere). After nearly twenty years Gibbs Farm includes major works by world-renown artists such as: Chris Booth, Neil Dawson, Marijke de Goey, Rakph Hotere, Gerry Judah, Len Lye, George Rickey, Andrew Rogers, Leon van den Eijkel, Bernar Venet and many more.
All proceeds from this event will go to the fundraising endeavors of the Friends Association to further support the College’s future development and provide ongoing opportunities to enhance the experience of all students during their time at King’s.