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activities, special events, talks & walks throughout the year to help you make the most of the park

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Online Exhibition: Stories from Cornwall Park's past

Take a glimpse at some of the interesting stories of Cornwall Park's past. More stories will be shared at the Huia Lodge Discovery Hub exhibition open in Alert Level 1.

01 Nov

Exhibition: Stories from Cornwall Park’s past

We've dived into our archives and pulled out images and stories from Cornwall Park's past that are rich in culture, history and peoples' stories.

02 Nov

Photo Exhibition: Art in the Park

20 photos from local photographers will be on display in an outdoor photo exhibition for all to enjoy.

07 Nov

Craft Corner: Photo Frame

This month in Craft Corner you can make your very own photo frame!

29 Nov

Meet our Machinery

​All aboard the Cornwall Park machinery express!

01 Dec

Christmas Tree Trail

Follow our self-lead Christmas Tree Trail this December to learn about the trees and different festive traditions from around the world. It is a busy time of year, why not take time, slow down and admire the trees. 1st - 27th December. 7am - dusk.

05 Dec

Craft Corner: Leaf Rubbing Cards

Want to give a handmade card to whānau and friends this festive season? Pop in to Huia Lodge and make leaf rubbing cards that can be given as gifts or as decorations. All supplies provided, adult supervision required. December: Saturday 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th, Sunday 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th. 10am - 4pm

06 Dec

Forest Therapy Walk

Take time, slow down and connect to the park nature with Yaki on her Forest Therapy Walk. Numbers are limited. To register email info@cornwallpark.co.nz with your name, phone number and participant numbers. Sunday 6th December. 9am - 12pm.

17 Dec

Band Rotunda Takeover: Auckland City Brass Band

The Auckland City Brass Band and Auckland City Brass Youth Band will be taking over our Band Rotunda for a pre-Christmas musical delight. Join us to wind down into holiday mode at Cornwall Park. Thursday 17th December. 5pm - 7pm.

03 Jan

Craft Corner: Paper Butterfly Windsock

Make your own paper butterfly windsock to fly through the sky by your side this month in craft corner at Huia Lodge. All supplies provided, adult supervision required. January: Saturday 2nd, 9th, 16th, 22nd & 30th, Sunday 3rd, 10th, 17th, 23rd & 31st. 10am - 4pm.

17 Jan

Guided Walk: Trees

Learn and discover everything about Cornwall Park's beautiful trees with tree expert Mike Wilcox. To register please email info@cornwallpark.co.nz with your name, phone number and participant numbers.

24 Jan

Tai Chi

Our Tai Chi classes are back! Come one, come all and take a guided Tai Chi class with us, every Sunday from 24th January - 28th March, 9am - 10am.

31 Jan

Meet our Machinery

​All aboard the Cornwall Park machinery express!

06 Feb

Craft Corner: Egg Carton Ladybugs

Come in to Huia Lodge on the weekend this February and make an egg carton ladybug! February: Saturday 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th, Sunday 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th. 10am - 4pm.

13 Feb

Workshop: Kids Paper Clay Pots

Create an upcycled pot plant and learn how to sculpt with paper clay! This is a fun drop in session. Saturday 13th February. 10am-12pm

14 Feb

Guided Walk: Gardens

Join our Horticulture Manager Jo Alder for a walk and talk around the park's blooming garden beds. Sunday 14th February. 10am - 11am.

27 Feb

Band Rotunda Takeover: Auckland Big Band

February in Cornwall Park will sound jazzy and BIG! Our Band Rotunda Takeover features the sounds of Auckland Big Band. Saturday 27th February. 5pm - 7pm

Your Event

Want to hold your event at Cornwall Park?

You are very welcome to host your event or group activity at Cornwall Park, however bookings are essential for groups of 30 or more. We are unable to accept bookings for commercial activities or exclusive use of an area. It is important to note that there are guidelines for events to keep our park community safe ⁠— for example, nothing is to be pegged into the ground or tied/stapled to trees. Please see our event enquiries form to make an enquiry or find out more about what’s possible!