We are thrilled to be offering this fabulous tour: This iconic building presents Hundertwasser’s artistic legacy from 1973-2000, highlighting his time in New Zealand. It is in conjunction with the world’s first contemporary gallery dedicated to Māori artists te Wairau.
For a one day tour you will need to leave early.
10am we meet for coffee at 39 Gillies café in Kawakawa (opposite the Hundertwasser toilets)
10.15am-11.00am tour of the Hundertwasser toilets (yes toilets but they are more like an Alladin’s Cave!) and Te Hononga Visitor Centre ($5 entry)
11am depart Kawakawa.
12 noon arrive Hihiaua Māori Cultural Centre Trust 56-58 Herekino St, Whangārei.
There is an option for those who do not wish to do Kawakawa part of the trip to meet us for lunch.
12.30pm Shared lunch in Hihiaua park.
1.30pm enter with booked tickets ($21 for under 65s and $15 for 65+) tour the Hundertwasser exhibition the roof garden and Wairau Māori Art Gallery.
3.30pm Tour of Nick Austin exhibition at Whangarei Art Museum.
4pm ‘Arted out’ but delightfully so, we leave for home.
Because of the pandemic this tour is a self drive. Car pooling is at your discretion.