Along the park’s 2km art-in-nature trail you discover more than 100 sculptures and installations within one of New Zealand’s largest outdoor galleries. The sculptures are set amongst a landscape of ponds, cliffs, rocks, flowering shrubs and trees created from a former quarry.
Since rehabilitation of the quarry started in 1991, more than 20,000 trees representing world-wide biodiversity have been planted .
This art-in-nature experience aims to inspire imaginations, nourish inquisitive minds, and provide for creative learning in an accessible wilderness environment. The park provides a diverse range of family activities for all ages to enjoy.