08 Mar 2019

Friday 08 March 2019

King’s College last visited the Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park in 2017 and now, two years later, we are excited to once again invite our community back to this picturesque North Auckland spot to take part in this fun-filled day out.



After a successful visit last time, King’s families will now get the chance to return to view two brand new sculptures as well as admire the long-standing ones, and for those that have never been to Gibbs Farm, we invite you to join in on this exclusive access offer to see all the magic that the sculpture park has to offer.

Walking the grounds, you will be able to appreciate how each artist has blended their art into the rolling mountains of the Kaipara harbor and get a real appreciation for this quirky collection nestled in the hills.

Gibbs Farm is open by special appointment only and we have access to all members of the King’s community to visit on Sunday 24 March. Don’t delay – ticket link below.

What’s new:

Look out for the Gerry Judah sculpture, and also the Andrew Rodgers sculpture, two large and impressive features now residing in the park.


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