The Gala Opening 

Glorious Sculptures by Twilight


Fort Takapuna
O Peretu Historic Reserve
Devonport, Auckland

The exhibition is located at the stunningly beautiful clifftop site at Fort Takapuna, O Peretu, overlooking Narrow Neck beach in Devonport. Come along and enjoy the exhibition by twilight, fine wines from SOHO wines and great food by Jeremy Schmid of The Officers Mess.

Friday 6 November 2020
5:00pm - 8:30pm

The Gala opening offers a unique chance to meet the exhibiting artists and preview the artworks for sale.

Tickets: $90

Limited early-bird offer: $80
$50 from each ticket sale goes to NZ Women’s Refuge.
Tickets available soon from iTICKET.

How to get there


By car

Devonport is accessible via both the Northern and Southern motorways. Take the Esmonde Rd exit and follow the signs to Devonport, then Narrow Neck beach.

By ferry

The Auckland ferry terminal is situated at 99 Quay Street, which is right at the bottom of Queen Street, with ferries leaving on the hour and half hour.

Fullers Ferries to Devonport

Auckland Transport

Auckland Transport

For further information on transport:

Auckland Transport

Car parking $5

There is plenty of parking on site at the event organised and run by Devonport Rotary. Free Car Parking is available at Narrow Neck Beach reserve, with a two-minute stroll to Fort Takapuna, O Peretu.

By bus via the ferry

Once you have arrived at the Devonport Ferry building, you can hop on the 814 bus which will take you around to Narrow Neck and the NZ Sculpture OnShore exhibition.

By bike via the ferry

For the bike lovers, bring your bikes and go for a leisurely cycle around to the exhibition, taking in some of the fantastic scenery of Devonport. There is also bike and e-bike hire available from Bikes and Barbers in the Devonport Ferry Building.

Bikes & Barbers

Previous Exhibitions

Our Sponsors

We are grateful for the generous and on-going support of our sponsors.
To find out more about how these organisations help us to help Women's Refuge NZ, click on the logos below.

PRINCIPAL SPONSOR

Fisher Funds

Hesketh Henry

Harcourts Cooper & Co