Come & explore the incredible art dotted around the Wynyard Quarter against the picturesque canvas of the Tāmaki Makaurau waterfront. 

There are many mahi toi (art works) that have been created by Māori artists in collaboration with mana whenua across the waterfront, rich in both narrative and artistic disciplines. From traditional Māori weaving and carving, to sculpture and mural painting, Eke Panuku has been working with mana whenua to seek opportunities to elevate and showcase māori toi across the waterfront so that tangata whenua can see themselves and their culture in the modern landscape of Tāmaki Makaurau.

You may have seen and played on art across the waterfront and wanted to know who created it, or what it's called? Walk the trail to re-discover classics like ‘Sound of the Sea’ and ‘The Wind Tree’ and learn about all the new additions too. 

View the trail map, here.

Part of ArtWeek in the city centre 2023.

Wynyard Quarter Art Trail
Silo Park

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Last updated: 16 January 2022