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The Alan Gibbs Farm, Auckland

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  • By area, the Kaipara Harbour is one of the largest harbours in the world. This is the setting for viewing huge sculptural pieces on this amazing private farm owned by New Zealander, Alan Gibbs. During...  more »
  • Tickets from Gibbs Farm [website] can be very difficult to obtain as they sell out super fast but there is often good [if not brief] availability with organisations who are offering the experience as ...  more »
  • A beautiful farm with wonderful views. The exotic animals were a good surprise. The rolling green hills had everyone in pour group wanting to roll down them like children. The sculptures were amazing ...  more »
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  • Strange to see all those big great works of art from the public road. Too bad you can not go there for a visit. There are possibilities for viewing, but only by appointment.
  • This is a fantastic place,so fortunate it is just down the road from where I live.Magnificent sculptures and hard to get the scale of the unless you are next to them
  • A must see range of sculptures spread across a very large farm land out in the country with exotic animals as a bonus. To visit is free but the farm is only open to visitors a few times a year and must be booked normally a year in advance. It's very lucky that Alan Gibbs opens this to the public for others to enjoy.
  • Lovely place with really interesting sculptures and animals and you can feed the giraffes
  • Best open field sculpture location in Auckland