Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park
Friday 21 May 2021, 10am - 2pm
Take this rare opportunity to visit the amazing sculpture park, stroll along right amongst the works of some of the world's greatest contemporary sculptors, and enjoy stunning views of the Kaipara Harbour. The privately owned Park is also home to exotic animals such as giraffes, zebras and alpacas.
The terrain at the sculpture park includes gravel paths and open pasture so a reasonable level of mobility is required.
There is no option to purchase any food or drink on the farm, so you will need to bring your own picnic lunch, or you can purchase a ticket that includes your lunch to save you carrying yours! Purchase an Entry+Lunch ticket for an additional $15 per person and choose a lunch of a filled roll (option of ham/chicken/vege) which we will pre-order from our local baker freshly made that morning) plus an apple, a home baking item, and a bottle of water. We will bring these in chilly bins in the boot of a car for distribution at midday at the shelter building on the hill.
We are fundraising for our ‘new’ Scout den - this was an old Scout den from Henderson, which is now on our site at the back of Pollard lane in Waimauku. It needs the roof and windows replaced, and as it had an arson attempt it needs a lot of fire damaged wood replaced, as well as re-wiring, plumbing & a carparking area created, so you can see what a huge project this is going to be for us.
We were so very appreciative of the generous and professional service of Craig Walker Building Removal’s fantastic team. Here is a photo of it being moved onto site in the misty early hours back in March.
Before purchasing your tickets please read the Terms of Access and general information by clicking here.
There is usually no entry fee applicable when visiting Gibbs Farm, the ticket price charged for this event is fundraising for Waimauku Scouts. Gibbs Farm is a private property open by appointment only on scheduled monthly visitor days as per their website: bookings.gibbsfarm.org.nz/reservations