- Free entry to Government House grounds
from 10am to 4pm
- Free guided walks
- Weaving workshop
- Butterfly release
- Music and displays about the archaeology, geology, and vegetation of Maungawhau
- Discovery trail
- Wish tree and maunga-themed face painting
- Photo essay competition
- Take a picnic, enjoy the views, and explore the maunga without any traffic!
Guided Māori history walks of the summit:
10:30pm and 2:30pm
Guided tours of Government House grounds:
10:30am and 2:00pm
Guided geology walk with Dr Bruce Hayward,
author of Volcanoes of Auckland:
12:30pm (visitor centre)
Displays and music (visitor centre):
10am to 4pm
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Volunteers are needed on the day to hand out information, help visitors, and keep things running smoothly. Our popular t-shirt is provided free of charge.
If you can spare a few hours, we'd really appreciate your help:
Please phone April on 631-0057 or 027 217 3540, or email [email protected] for more information.
Hosted by the Friends of Maungawhau