Purchase your tickets for NZ Sculpture OnShore 2020 - available soon.
7th - 22nd November 2020
Open 10am-5pm daily. Closed Mondays.
NZ Sculpture OnShore makes for a fantastic cultural day out for all the family.
Sorry, no dogs. Due to the family environment and precious artworks dogs will not be permitted at the event.
Ticket Prices 2020
To be advised May 2020
Food and Drink
The Officers Mess Café will be open from 10am– 4.30pm daily.
While visiting the exhibition, it is also a perfect opportunity to check out Takapuna and Devonport’s beautiful beaches, bustling cafe’s, shops, museums and two volcanic cones.
You can travel to the exhibition by car, ferry, bus or bike. It is an easy location to travel to. You can drive along the picturesque peninsula to Devonport or jump on a ferry in downtown Auckland for the quick 12 minute ferry ride.
Some parts of the outdoor exhibition is wheelchair friendly including the toilets in the gallery. Find out more about accessibility here.
Family Adventure Trail - The Ticket Office staff provide maps free of charge to all adults bringing children to the event.
Tickets available online from iTICKET.
Travelling to NZ Sculpture OnShore
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.
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.
For further information on 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
Why not leave your car at home and travel to NZ Sculpture OnShore by bus. To organise your trip to and from the exhibit please visit the Auckland transport website and use their Bus journey planner.
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.