Sweet Louise, New Zealand’s only charity solely supporting Kiwis living with advanced breast cancer, is excited to present a wonderful opportunity to visit Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park on Saturday the 22nd February 2020.
Gibbs Farm open-air sculpture park is home to a series of major site-specific artworks commissioned from some of the world’s most significant artists including Andy Goldsworthy, Ralph Hotere, Anish Kapoor, Len Lye and Richard Serra.
Pack a picnic lunch, or pre-order one here with your ticket and enjoy a family day out, wandering around the park admiring the sculptures and exotic animals, including giraffes and zebras! Click here to view menu.
There will be no sales at the gate so get in early to avoid disappointment – the first 200 tickets sold will be discounted by $10! Click the iTicket link to purchase tickets.
All proceeds from this event will go towards supporting Kiwis living with advanced breast cancer.
What to bring
- Comfortable walking shoes – the paved walk is 6-7 km long; however, you can choose to do as much or as little of this as you please.
- Camera – photos are allowed.
- Sunscreen and hat.
- Water – there will be coffee and ice-creams available to purchase on site.
- Raincoat – this event will go ahead rain or shine!
Note: There are toilets available on site.
Please join us at Gibbs Farm on the 22nd February 2020. If you haven’t already experienced the amazing sculptures, animals and views on offer, then take a listen to Griff Rhys-Jones’ broadcast on Radio New Zealand on 3rd November 2019. Many thanks to Radio New Zealand for their wonderful content.
Griff’s Great Kiwi Road Trip