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10/02/2016 10:00 a.m. Recurring Event: until 1/05/2016 (total 248 events) Amazing Maze 'n Maize
11/02/2016 10:00 a.m. Recurring Event: until 1/05/2016 (total 248 events) Amazing Maze 'n Maize
12/02/2016 10:00 a.m. Recurring Event: until 1/05/2016 (total 248 events) Amazing Maze 'n Maize
12/02/2016 7:00 p.m. Singles Ten Pin Bowling
12/02/2016 7:00 p.m. Ruth Wyand _ A journey Down an American Music Highway
13/02/2016 7:00 a.m. Waiuku Maori Golf Tournament
13/02/2016 8:00 a.m. Recurring Event: until 7/01/2017 (total 100 events) Pukekohe Market
13/02/2016 10:00 a.m. Recurring Event: until 1/05/2016 (total 248 events) Amazing Maze 'n Maize
13/02/2016 6:30 p.m. Movies in Parks - Waiuku
14/02/2016 10:00 a.m. Recurring Event: until 1/05/2016 (total 248 events) Amazing Maze 'n Maize

Welcome to Franklin Country

If a district is measured by its range of experiences, then Franklin is the ultimate  lifestyle destination combining relaxed country living with savvy city style, all just a short drive, south of Auckland.

 

2013 INTERNATIONAL V8 SUPERCARS CHAMPIONSHIP ........... RETURNING TO PUKEKOHE ........DATES ANNOUNCED!!! 

The V8 Supercars Championship is due to return to Pukekohe on the 12 - 14 April 2013.  Pukekohe and Bombay i-SITE can help up to 14 December if you have accommodation or other  enquiries. 

Visit the Pukekohe Business Association Website  www.pukekohe.org.nz  Listed under useful information as above, 1st link.

We welcome back to Waiuku, the Waiuku Information Centre.  This is the place to go to get the all important community information, and the place to call in to for more information about The Awhitu Peninsula and Karioitahi Beach.   The centre is located in the same building it used to be in, opposite the Kentish Hotel and will be open 9am to 3pm Wednesday to Saturday and 10am to 3.30pm Sundays. Waiuku Information Centre - phone 09 235 6201.

Where will you go today?

Pukekohe

Franklin Arts Centre

 
Franklin Arts Centre - Franklin Arts Centre is a two gallery exhibition space and shop owned and operated by Auckland Council. The two galleries; the Community Gallery and the New Zealand Steel Gallery show varied programmes of both local and national artists. Thanks to the generous support of New Zealand Steel, these galleries in Franklin: The Centre, Pukekohe, provide a flexible exhibition space with international-standard facilities.

Franklin: The Centre, 12 Massey Ave, Pukekohe
Phone: 09 238 8899

Franklin Arts Centre is a two gallery exhibition space and shop owned and operated by Auckland Council. The two galleries; the Community Gallery and the New Zealand Steel Gallery show varied programmes of both local and national artists. Thanks to the generous support of New Zealand Steel, these galleries in Franklin: The Centre, Pukekohe, provide a flexible exhibition space with international-standard facilities.


Waitawa Regional Park

 
Waitawa Regional Park - Located 50km from central Auckland on our south-eastern coast, Waitawa is made up of three small peninsulas and fronts onto four bays.<br />Visitors can take the short walk to the Pawhetau headland for spectacular vistas towards Pakihi and Ponui Islands. Waitawa also has a purpose built sea kayak campground for those paddling Te Ara Moana, the sea-going pathway.

Clevedon-Kawakawa Road, Kawakawa

Located 50km from central Auckland on our south-eastern coast, Waitawa is made up of three small peninsulas and fronts onto four bays.
Visitors can take the short walk to the Pawhetau headland for spectacular vistas towards Pakihi and Ponui Islands. Waitawa also has a purpose built sea kayak campground for those paddling Te Ara Moana, the sea-going pathway.



Awhitu Regional Park (ARC)

 
Awhitu Regional Park (ARC) - 20 minute to 3 hour beach/farm walks.  Historic Brook Homestead.  Campsites available. 

Brook Road, Kauritutahi, Awhitu, Franklin District
Phone: 09 303 1530

20 minute to 3 hour beach/farm walks.  Historic Brook Homestead.  Campsites available. 


Pukekohe

Franklin Family Support Services

6A Roulston Street, Pukekohe
Phone: (09) 238 6233

Franklin Family Support Trust exists so that
families and individuals in the wider Franklin area, who access our services, demonstrate increasing wellbeing.
We will know this because:

Families and individuals report improved health, social and educational outcomes.



Families and/or individuals affected by financial strain learn and apply skills and strategies to resolve the strain.



Families and/or individuals affected by (or at risk of being affected by) family violence or other safety issues are better able to resolve pressing issues and experience increased safety.



Caregivers navigate the transition to parenthood with confidence.



Young people navigate the transition to adulthood safely.


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