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Stoneleigh Wonder of Nature

Stoneleigh Wonder of Nature

When: 28th February – 8th March 2014, open daily from 10am – 10pm

Where: Stoneleigh Wonder of Nature, 89 Quay Street, Queens Wharf, Auckland

What: Experience a Wonder of Nature with Stoneleigh. Take a moment from your busy life to immerse yourself in the suspended gardens of Stoneleigh’s Wonder of Nature, a multi-sensory experience inspired by New Zealand’s unsurpassed wonders of nature.

Stoneleigh’s Wonder of Nature at Queens Wharf features an original suspended garden designed by award winning New Zealand landscape designer Jules Moore and a never heard before soundscape from award winning artist Paul McLaney.

Stoneleigh invites you to extend summer by enjoying a glass of Stoneleigh wine with friends in this urban oasis.

Free entry, 18+ only.

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