Schools Art Pathway

The Schools Art Pathway invites local schools to respond to the same site-specific brief as our exhibiting artists.

Guiding visitors to the ticketed entrance of the Harbourview Sculpture Trail, each of these artworks are part of a year-long project that provide students with a focus on their local environment, enhancing their identity and pride of place.
Support throughout the year and funding for materials is sourced by Peninsula Arts Inc.

Thanks to Resene and Mitre10 MEGA Westgate for their support with the Schools Art Pathway 2016.

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Group Bookings

Gather some friends, workmates or collegues for a group booking and make a date to visit the Harbourview Sculpture Trail together!

Share a lovely day out in the splendid surrounds of Te Atatu Peninsula enjoying art in the environment. Groups of 10+ enjoy a saving of $3 per ticket off the Adult price.

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For more info and to book in your group visit, email us today via:

groupbookings@
harbourviewsculpture.com

Travelling to the Trail

Te Atatu Peninsula is directly off the NorthWestern Motorway and is easily accessible by car, bus (048, 049 and 121) and bike. In off-peak traffic the drive takes around 15 mins from central Auckland.

Car Parking

Free Car Parking is available at the entrance to the Harbourview-Orangihina Walkway. At busy times, overflow parking will be available in the Harbourview Peoples Park.

Mobility Parking is available on Danica Esplanade. Get directions here.

Perfect for Cyclists

Te Atatu Peninsula is accessible by bike from any of the Central & Western suburbs on the NorthWestern Cycleway and bike parking is available at the fenced entrance to the Trail. Please note that bikes are not permitted beyond the fenced area for safety reasons.

The Peninsula has fantastic cafes, beautiful paths and parks to explore by bike after you have visited the Trail, so consider making a day of it.

How to get there

Situated in Te Atatu Peninsula, just 15 minutes from Auckland city, our location is easily accessed by car or bus. Take the North Western Motorway, turn off at Te Atatu Peninsula, continue to the first roundabout and turn right into the Harbourview People's Park.

Click here for directions.