CANCELLED BY CORNWALL PARK TRUST BOARD Due to recent Government initiatives to contain the coronavirus, one of which is cancelling large scale public events and with everyone’s
CANCELLED BY CORNWALL PARK TRUST BOARD
Due to recent Government initiatives to contain the coronavirus, one of which is cancelling large scale public events and with everyone’s health and safety as utmost priority, the Cornwall Park Trust Board have regrettably cancelled the Park Life event on Sunday 29 March 2020.
Cornwall Park Trust Board know many of you were looking forward to the day, but please know that the decision wasn’t made lightly and with everyone’s best interests in mind. Thank you for your understanding.
Cornwall Park is going carless for a day celebrating nature, exploration and all the things you can experience in the park. With no cars, you will be able to freely roam the 425 acres of land while discovering activities, games, performances, food and more that will be spread throughout the park!
Bring your friends, whānau, a picnic, and your walking shoes for a free fun-filled day.
No cars – ride your bikes – live performance – games – sports – food – drop in workshops – farm display and more.
Cornwall Park encourages you to walk, cycle, or catch public transport to this event. Puriri Drive, Grand Drive, and Bollard Avenue will still be open for limited parking and there is paid parking available at the Auckland Showgrounds.
Cornwall ParkCornwall Park is the oasis at the heart of Auckland city for New Zealanders. The park celebrates the city and its inhabitants with music, events and activities. It is more than just a park — it is 425 acres (172 hectares) of New Zealand’s living history, weaving together our heritage, ecology, agriculture, wildlife, mauri, and community within its lush landscape. The Cornwall Park Trust Board, who manages and operates Cornwall Park, continues to honour Sir John Logan Campbell's wish was that the park be free for every New Zealander to enjoy, forever.09 630 8485 PO Box 26072, Epsom 1344, Auckland, New Zealand