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Apply for a permit to have a wedding or a civil union ceremony in a regional park

Tono whakaaetanga mō te mārena, hononga-takatāpui rānei ki tētahi papa rēhia ā-rohe

Choose your park venue

A number of Auckland regional parks can host wedding or civil union ceremonies:

  • Ambury Regional Park (maximum 100 guests)
  • Anawhata Regional Park (maximum 50 guests)
  • Arataki Regional Park (maximum 50 guests)
  • Atiu Creek Regional Park (maximum 75 guests)
  • Awhitu Regional Park (maximum 100 guests)
  • Cascade Kauri Regional Park (maximum 50 guests)
  • Cornwallis Regional Park (maximum 50 guests)
  • Duder Regional Park (maximum 100 guests)
  • Mutukaroa-Hamlins Hill Regional Park (maximum 50 guests)
  • Huia Regional Park (maximum 50 guests)
  • Hunua Falls (maximum 100 guests)
  • Hunua Ranges (maximum 100 guests)
  • Karekare Regional Park (maximum 50 guests)
  • Long Bay Regional Park (maximum 100 guests)
  • Mahurangi Regional Park (maximum 75 guests)
  • Muriwai Regional Park (maximum 100 guests)
  • Omana Regional Park (maximum 100 guests)
  • Piha Regional Park (maximum 50 guests)
  • Pakiri Regional Parkland (maximum 50 guests)
  • Scandrett Regional Park (maximum 75 guests)
  • Shakespear Regional Park (maximum 100 guests)
  • Tapapakanga Regional Park (maximum 100 guests)
  • Tawharanui Regional Park (maximum 50 guests)
  • Tawhitokino Regional Park (maximum 25 guests)
  • Te Arai Regional Park (maximum 50 guests)
  • Te Rau Puriri Regional Park (maximum 75 guests)
  • Waharau Regional Park (maximum 100 guests)
  • Waitawa Regional Park (maximum 100 guests)
  • Wenderholm Regional Park (maximum 100 guests)
  • Whakanewha Regional Park (maximum 100 guests)
  • Whatipu Regional Park (maximum 50 guests)
  • Whakatiwai Regional Park (maximum 100 guests)
  • Waitakere Ranges Regional Park (maximum 50 guests) 

Apply for a permit to hold a wedding or civil union ceremony in a regional park

You will need to create an Auckland Council account.

You can also log in through:

  • Facebook
  • Google
  • RealMe

If you already have these set up, you can use them for this application.

Apply online


What happens next

We will contact you within five working days regarding your application. Processing your event permit application may take up to six weeks.

Our tip

Contact us and ask to speak to an event facilitator if you are unable to create an account or complete your application online.