Anniversary Regatta Open Afternoon at Writers’ Centre
Auckland Anniversary Day Regatta
Monday 28 January – 11 am to 3 pm
Enjoy the spectacle of
sails from the Signalman’s House on Auckland Anniversary
Day. The house and garden will
be open for members of the public to picnic, watch the
Auckland Regatta from a great vantage point, enjoy the views
and look through the collection of literary and historical
memorabilia. The Signalman’s House is the home of New
Zealand’s first writers’ centre, the Michael King
Writers’ Centre, set on the slopes of Takarunga Mt
Victoria in Devonport. The open day is hosted by the
Devonport Friends of the Michael King Writers’ Centre.
The centre is half way up the road to
the summit of Mt Victoria in Devonport.
Park on top of Mt
Victoria or on nearby Kerr Street. There is limited parking
on the summit road.
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