Public Art in New Zealand

New Zealand (Aotearoa in Maori) is a country in the Pacific Ocean, often referred to as the "land of the long white cloud". The country comprises of two main landmasses the North Island and the South Island and numerous smaller islands.


Auckland City

Public Art In Auckland CBD, New ZealandPublic art in Auckland City - Featuring ; Aotea Moa statue, Aotea Dog statue, Aotea Kiwi statue, Flight Trainer for Albatross, Kaitiaki II sculpture, Lord Auckland statue, Lord Freyburg statue, Maori Warrior statue, Patterson Fountain, Sir Dove-Meyer Robinon statue, Te Waka Taumata O Horotiu,Te Ahi Ka-Enduring Fires,

Public Art In Albert Park - Featuring ; Albert Park fountain, Albert Park Flagstaff, Queen Victoria statue, Gateway sculpture, Meteorological station, Sir George Grey statue, Reed Monument, South African War Memorial, Throwback sculpture, Victory of Peace statue,

Whangarei Region

 Public Art in Dargaville - featuring; Gumdigger statue, Dolphin statue, Rainbow Warrior Masts,

Waikato Region

Public art in Matamata - featuring ; Big Cow and Calf sculpture, Big Cow Burger sculpture, Big Kiwi sculpture,  Embrace sculpture, Gollum Statue, Tane - God of the Forest sculpture,

Bay of Plenty Region

 Public Art in Rotorua - featuring ; Fred W Wylie Memorial, Harawene Memorial, Jean Michel Camille Malfroy sculpture,Krupps GunKwagulth Totem Pole, Oruawhata Carving, Nga Whakairo Tupuna, Prince's Gate Archway, Rotorua Great War Memorial, Te Arawa Soldiers Memorial, Toi Tu Whenua sculpture, Tunohopu Carving, Waitukei sculpture,


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