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Toi Tūmatanui o Tāmaki Makarau / Paetukutuku, He Kohinga Toi

Auckland Public Art / He Kohinga Toi website

We care for a collection of more than 400 public artworks.

Our new website, Auckland Public Art / He Kohinga Toi showcases some of our collection. It celebrates the creativity of Tāmaki Makaurau and reflects the unique identity of our city.

Visit the website to learn about the newest additions to the collection like the:

  • thought-provoking and elegant Beacon in Milford
  • beautifully vibrant Ōtara Creek Pedestrian Bridge
  • award-winning Te Auaunga Awa – Multicultural Fāle and Outdoor Classroom in Mt Roskill.

You can search for an artwork by location, artist name or artwork type.

We will continue to develop new artworks across the region.

Image credit: Beacon by Lang Ea. Photo credit: David St George

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