We found 241 local businesses for Community in Auckland CBD, Newton
Corner of Kitchener and Wellesley Streets, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
(09) 307 7700
"Visit Auckland Art Gallery this summer and experience our largest overview of contemporary New Zealand art for 25 years. See the work of emerging artists alongside some of the country’s most established practitioners and discover how these artists are engaging with ideas of utopia, sustainability and artistic freedom. Freedom Farmers demonstrates the way these creative thinkers act as innovators and leaders in New Zealand – a country whose culture values invention, forward-thinking and liberty. The exhibition includes a wide range of artwork from painting to installation, sculpture, digital art, ceramics, film and photography. View installations by et al., Dan Arps, Mladen Bizumic and Xin Cheng; photography by Ava Seymour, Edith Amituanai, Wayne Barrar and Allan McDonald; sculpture by Francis Upritchard; and paintings by Stella Corkery. Watch films by Steve Carr and Louise Menzies, and see ceramics by Isobel Thom and Tessa Laird. Enter Freedom Farmers to find these and many more artworks, and join us in a compelling conversation about New Zealand now and about how we shape its future. 26 October 2013 – 23 February 2014 Level 1 exhibition spaces – free entry Principal Partner: The Chartwell Trust Exhibition Partner: Contemporary Benefactors"
"Visit here to set your eyes on beautiful artwork that teaches you history of New Zealand and the world."
44 - 46 Lorne Street, Auckland Central, Auckland 1142
(09) 377 0209
"Need a break from the throngs of people, traffic and noise? Head to the first floor of the Library to the kids section. Toys, books, small tables to keep them entertained all day. Drop down to Esquires cafe on the ground floor for a fluffy and sandwich."
"Around 6,000 new titles will be available , eBook and eAudiobook collections from December 3,2013 for free up to 21 days for members. Children’s free Dare to Explore holiday programme combines the fun of reading with activities, games and adventures."
Corner Quay Street & Hobson Street, Viaduct Harbour, Auckland 1010
"Did you know that it is FREE for all Aucklanders to visit Voyager? Residents of the Auckland region can visit the museum galleries free of charge if they provide proof of address on arrival - a bill posted to you, library card etc. It's great to be a JAFA!"
" My favourite part of this place is the yacht racing simulator. There's a huge table where you can tweak the variables for your yacht and pit it against another. The exhibits are extensive and it's right by the picturesque harbour. There are fascinating videos about racing, amazing stories of shipwrecks and sailors, massive boats. It's really worth the trip - you could easily spend a full day there."
15 Vulcan Lane, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
"Harry and the boys always look up park-sleep before we travel in our campervan cheers parking and sleeping . "
Civic Building, Level 13, Greys Avenue, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
15 Vulcan Lane, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
20 Titoki Street, Parnell, Auckland Central, Auckland 1052
(09) 374 0800
"Had the most incredible stay here with our new baby. The midwives are absolutely amazing, the location is beautiful, the food is good, and the level of service and care for new mums is outstanding"
" I'm writing a separate review for this, because I think this course was really important for me. Birthcare run these courses on site and you can book in before your child is born. The information I had here was fantastic and helped me so much. I had such a tricky time feeding my first child. I believe it was this course that gave me the determination and knowledge to keep trying even when it seemed really tough. If you're a first-time parent, I can't recommend this highly enough."
" With both of our children, we've completed a Birthcare antenatal class. They have a large number of them in different locations. If you're a parent-to-be, it's well worth doing. Make sure you book early though as they are free for first-time parents and very popular. They are carried out by various staff and really help you prepare for the birth. As mentioned, we've done two of their antenatal classes. With our second child, we did a refresher course (we'd forgotten a lot since the last birth). We had to pay the second time, but it was well worth it. It was just one session, so easy to fit in and also gave us new information. Definitely one of the best things we did to prepare for birth number two!"
26 Lorne Street, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
(09) 303 4290
"Gow Langsford is one of the leading contemporary galleries in Lorne and Kitchener Streets in the CBD. Others include John Leech, FHE and Anna Miles Gallery. While you’re here pay a visit to Parsons, the specialist art bookshop, who offer a great selection of art books and catalogues. "
"Great walk in gallery that showcases some of the works by prominent NZ artists. Always a must on the list of galleries to visit when in the city."
25 Symonds Street, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
(09) 373 3268
" I am pretty new to St Pauls but have been welcomed with the most open arms by everyone there. They have a range of great services that you can attend on Sundays and heaps of great courses and activies that you can take part in. It is fun and joyful at St Paul's with a great bunch of people. The worship crew is amazingly talented and they have such a great range of amazing songs. (Plus a great new CD called God with Us!!) There is parking in the Wilsons Car park across the street and if you take your parking ticket to the welcome crew at the front door of the church they will swap your ticket so you can get free parking!!!"
139-141 Victoria Street West, Auckland Central, Auckland
"Amazing salon, friendly and professional staff and it is an art gallery as well so you can see beautiful paintings as you relax. "
" Was recommended to pop along for a cut for the final year Med Ball. Brad and Sky are an awesome team - my partner was really impressed with the result which speaks volumes! I found them to be really personable, yet at the same time they take hair very seriously! True professionals, I will be back for seconds."
34A Charlotte Street, Newton, Auckland 1150
"at our expense we have imported heaps of these and have little response , we are only motivated by stopping cats catching birds , lizards and frogs etc ."
" this cat with new scientific developments killed none in febuary 2013 .parking and sleeping new zealand fully support nz royal forest and bird protection society ginkos lizards finches black birds song birds etx"
" Forest and Bird are fantastic. "Giving Nature a Voice" is their tag line and thats absolutely what they do. Their Best Fish Guide is a must for any consumer wanting to know what varieties of fish are currently sustainable. Although the other half doesn't eat fish, we always carry a wallet guide around. Please do check out their website and keep up with the wonderful work that they are doing. "
"A fantastic organisation providing free nationwide phone counselling to members of the GLBTIQ community as well as those questioning their own or someone else's sexual orientation or gender identity. Friendly trained phone staff, and a face-to-face counselling service available for those needing to work deeper through some issues. Worth our love as they love others :)"
"Support is just a phone call away with OUTLine's manned support line. They also have an awesome office down in three lamps Ponsonby where you always feel welcome!"
Level 2 Suite 204 A, 8 Commerce Street, Auckland Central, Auckland
"Thanks for your help – just wanted to say it has been so worth it to stay being a member with you, even as times have gotten tough I haven’t wanted to stop my membership as it is so helpful. I love the way I can ask you questions in the moment and get a fast response that usually solves everything – with the peace of mind that I have covered my bases legally. And even on legal issues that are not your area. I think it has saved us from many a legal error as if we had to seek separate legal advice on every occasion we wouldn’t bother because of the expected cost, we would just wing it and no doubt get into a world of trouble! "
" I would be lost without Michael's support, my clients often have quite complex employment relations issues from poor performance to serious misconduct and everything in between. I love knowing that I can just check things out with Michael to ensure that we are giving the best possible advice to our clients. I know we say it in jest, but he really is 'an approachable lawyer"