UPDATE: The Northcote Fairy Door list has been updated! Please download and print it out, or you can pick up a copy from the Northcote Senior Citizens Hall just up from the Northcote Library.
Or if you’d prefer to keep using your current copy, please cross out the two instances of “St Peters Street” as they are an error. Apologies for any confusion!
“Where the Fairies Live – Kaipātiki” is now open!
There are 110 fairy doors to find across the Kaipātiki Local Board area, divided into 5 entry forms!
You can view/download the forms from here, or pick up hard copies from your local community centre.
To enter, you simply need to find the park, locate the door, record the door number on the entry form beside the corresponding park.
Find as many as you can before Friday 29 March, then drop off your form to your local community centre.
NOTE: All doors are located close to the pathway, so please don’t trample our planted green spaces. There are no doors in any parks closed for kauri dieback prevention.
For more information, stay tuned to the Kaipatiki Local Board facebook page, or on your local community centre page.
A huge thanks to the Birkdale Beach Haven Community Project INC for planning and co-ordinating this, along with Bayview Community Centre,Glenfield Community Centre, Highbury Community House and Early Learning Centre, Kaipatiki Community Facilities Trust, and all of the volunteers involved!
Funded by the Kaipatiki Local Board via our community grants scheme 🙂