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Gibbs Farm

2421 Kaipara Coast Highway

#0984

Makarau, Auckland 0984

New Zealand

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Gibbs Sculpture Farm is home to a series of major site specific artworks commissioned from some of the world’s most significant artists.

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Enjoy the day at the beautiful Gibbs Farm on the Kaipara Coast, 50 minutes from Auckland City. Gibbs Sculpture Farm is home to a series of major site specific artworks commissioned from some of the world’s most significant artists.

Buses will be available from Parnell or Hillcrest from 9am so you can sit back and enjoy this day trip with your friends. A delicious packed lunch will be provided.

Bus returns to Auckland by 3pm.

All funds raised will go to our education fund at NPH Haiti, helping over 1000 disadvantaged children in one of the poorest countries in the world.

Please note: Gibbs Farm is open from 10am to 2pm. Bus transport recommended but you can take your own car if necessary.

Gibbs Farm is a private property, open monthly by prior appointment only to artists, educational institutions, charities and the public. There is no entry fee applicable when visiting Gibbs Farm, which means a large proportion of your ticket donation will go directly to our education fund at NPH Haiti. Thank you!

Gibbs Farm’s Terms of Access will be sent to you.


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Gibbs Farm

2421 Kaipara Coast Highway

#0984

Makarau, Auckland 0984

New Zealand

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Organiser NPH New Zealand

Organiser of Gibbs Farm

NPH (Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos - Our Little Brothers and Sisters) is a leading organisation in Latin American which helps vulnerable children, families and communities who live in conditions of extreme poverty.

Since it's founding in Mexico in 1954, NPH has expanded to over 9 countries across Latin America, and helped over 20,000 children.

 

NPH offers medical, nutritional and educational programmes which help break the cycle of poverty. 

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