Monthly Archives: March 2013

INTERNeX New Zealand: A few upcoming events

As summer draws to an end, make the most of the last of the summer events around the city 🙂

Cornwall Park Summer Music Concert Series.

When: Sunday 24th March 1pm-3pm

Where: Cornwall Park, Greenlane Road, Auckland.

Admission: Free

Tha Cornwall Park Summer Music Concert Series is held every Sunday up until the 31st of March 2013. Each week there is a different band playing at the Band Rotunda. This weekend the North Shore Concert Band will be performing. Take a picnic and head down to the park to check it out.

Summer Zoo Lates:

Every Wednesday up until this Wednesday (March 20th) Auckland Zoo has been open late (from 4.15 pm-7.30pm). There is a discounted entry from 4.15pm ($15 for an adult). There is also a live band performing at the band rotunda from 5.30-7.30pm. This Wednesday the performers are “Latin Silk”.

The New Zealand Beer Festival

On Saturday 23rd of March The New Zealand Beer Festival will be held in The Cloud, Auckland, from 12.30pm-9pm.

Tickets are $29 for Earlybird, $39 General Admission, $49 Door Sales. If you buy online now there are no booking fees.

Dress up and be in to win 🙂

 

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INTERNeX New Zealand: St Patrick’s Day

St Patricks Day will be celebrated this Sunday 17th of March. St Patrick is the patron Saint of Ireland. In celebration of this day there will be a parade held in Auckland City’s Queen Street featuring Sean Kelly and the Celtic Flyers, the Connolly School of Irish Dance, Kiwi and the Leprechauns by Catherine Kelly and the Celtic Flyers. The parade runs from Mayoral Drive to Queens Wharf. Wear something great and head to Queens street for a St Patrick’s Day celebration!

What to do on the weekend

Straytrip Cape Reigna

Would you like to explore some more of New Zealand but you do not have enough time? The Cape Reigna trips only takes 3 days so can fit perfectly into your weekend. On Friday morning the bus will departure from Auckland and will take you up to Paihia. On the way a stop will be made at Goat Island, where a free glassbottom boat trip is offered. In Paihia there are all sorts of activities possible, if you dare try the highest skydive of 19.500 FT with a freefall of over 1 minute! The next day the bus will take you all the way up to Cape Reigna, the most Northern point of New Zealand. On the way some stops will be made at 90 mile beach, at the dunes for some awesome dunesurfing and Fish and Chips.

This trip is called the Patch Pass and costs 210 NZD. However if you book it through INTERNeX you will receive a 10 dollar discount. This pass includes transportation and some free activities.

For more information have a look at the website:  http://straytravel.co.nz/