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  • PANMURE BASIN PIRATE TRAIL 2022 | Pop Into Panmure

    Panmure Basin Pirate Trail 26th February - 13th March 2022 CLICK HERE FOR COMPETITION ENTRY FORM Ahoy, me hearties! All aboard for a FREE pirate adventure around Panmure! This self-guided activity will be available from Saturday 26th Feb - Sunday 13th March, taking scallywags of all ages on a journey around the mighty Panmure Basin, with a special activity up on Queens Road. ​ Least you be marooned on a deserted island, make sure you bring supplies! We recommend: A phone or camera to take photos A pen & paper or Phone to record your answers Water, sunblock & snacks. A sense of adventure! ​ No pirate trail is complete without treasure! Note down (or take a photo of) the answer to each puzzle as you explore the trail. Each puzzle answer you get correct will grant you an extra entry into the prize draw, for a maximum of 6 entries. That’s six times the chances to win some pirate booty! Please note that Pirates are very serious about health and safety. We ask that you scan in at any of the trail’s QR codes, wear a mask and keep your distance from others, and of course, if you be feeling a bit under the weather - come do the trail on a day that you feel better! ​ This FREE activity is supported by the Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board, Fresh Concept and Panmure Business Association. ​ ​

  • Pop into Panmure, Home & Building

    Dining & Food Hair, Body & Beauty Healthcare Automotive Fashion, Tailoring & Laundromat Professional & Financial Services Fresh Produce & Convenience Community Services & Education Home & Building IT & Specialty Services Fitness & Entertainment Home + Building Home + Gifts Building + Construction Home + Gifts Home + Gifts Check this Out ​ Level 2, 18 Pilkington Road 021 818 868 ​ Contact Us Dove Hospice Shop ​ 141 Queens Rd 09 527 7863 www.ebhospice.org.nz Contact Us Fulsun ​ 124 Queens Road 09 527 2992 ​ Contact Us Retrovision ​ 18 Dunlop Lane 021 155 5179 www.retrovision.co.nz Contact Us Salvation Army Family Store 159 Queens Road 09 527 7143 www.salvationarmy.org.nz Contact Us Uniwood Furniture ​ 44 Queens Road 09 527 8188 www.uniwood.co.nz Contact Us Building + Construction Building + Construction Ace Hire ​ 2 Domain Road 09 570 4788 acehire.co.nz Contact Us Armstrong & Wolfe 8a Basin View Lane 021 232 9969 ​ Contact Us Guthrie Bowron ​ 17 Pleasant View Road 09 570 6314 www.guthriebowron.co.nz Contact Us Marty Van Der Burg Builders Ltd 78 Queens Road 021 670 721 martyvanderburgbuilders.co.nz Contact Us NTP Interiors Ltd ​ 13 & 13a Clifton Court 09 5703 272 www.ntp.co.nz Contact Us Poly Lining Ltd T/a Rhino Linings 34 Potaka Lane 09 527 7767 www.rhinos.co.nz Contact Us Robert Cunningham Construction 11 Forge Way 09 570 0020 www.rccconstruction.co.nz Contact Us

  • List of Level 3 Services | Pop Into Panmure

    LEVEL 3 BUSINESSES AND SERVICES ​ Listed below are Businesses and Services within Panmure that are open during the Alert Level 3 lockdown. ​ For the latest COVID-19 advice click here FOOD OUTLETS (remember online/phone takeaway orders...contactless payment/delivery ONLY) The Café…with no name (09 570 2968) Bridge-it Cafe (09 527 7140) Golden Steak Bakery (09 570 5040 ) Sylvia's Bakery (09 522 0178) Blossom Court (09 527 7022) Yo Cheese Pizza (095270303) Govinda Vegan / Vegetarian Restaurant (021 270 3424) Ambula Sri Lankan Authentic Restaurant (0212158210, 0226256384) Flute - Vegan / Vegetarian Restaurant (via UberEats) AMAIZE Popcorn (0210391815 www.amaize.co.nz ) Kalye Manila (09 217 3590) Yans Brothers (09 527 0881) Coffee Station at Panmure Station (go to App store for their online order app) Klasiq Kitchen (092723305/0222394314) Master Chinese (095271366) Xian Food Bar (09 570 6008) Beijing Duck ( 09 527 8862) The Walawwa (09 527 1545) Peaches Hot Chicken (www.peachshotchicken.com/order-online) ​ ​ MEDICAL Tāmaki Family Medical Centre (09 527 3344) Panmure Medical (09 570 4019) Hong Kong Surgery (09 527 8829) Langimale Medical Centre (09 570 9827) ​ SERVICES Haslip Tyres (bookings only: 09 570 9380) Lagoon View Funeral Home (09 527 1866) Speed Queen Laundromat - self service - 180 Queens Rd The Washouse - self service - 9 Basin View Lane Bruce Dell Law – phone only, no client visits (021979118) Tamaki Real Estate (09 527 1234) Dental World (urgent and emergency only 09 574 5789) Yeehaa Fishing Tackle (09 570 5058) Acetech Computers (09-5709288) Cash Converters – (www.cashconverters.co.nz ) Euroservice – (www.euroservice.co.nz ) Retrovision (www.retrovision.co.nz) Eye Love - phone/online consultations only (iloveicare.co.nz) Panmure Fabric Store (09 527 5134 ) Design & Print World (dnpworld@gmail.com / 0210 264 8743) Minami Motors (09 570 6300) ​ PHARMACIES Health Star Pacific Pharmacy (09 527 1685) Panmure Pharmacy (09 527 6204) SmartCare Pharmacy (09 527 2769) Turuki Pharmacy (09 570 6675) Unichem Pharmacy (09 527 7719) ​ DAIRIES & SUPERMARKETS Spiceland (09 527 1633) Valley Fresh (09 527 5050) Panmure Fresh Supermarket (09 570 9966) Fair & Square Dairy (09 527 8987) London Dairy (09 527 6933) Supavalue Dairy (09 570 5525) Queens Superette (09 527 8122) Da Hua Supermarket (09 570 6185) The Jellicoe Court Bookstore & Dairy (09 527 3847) Tres Marias (09 274 75 95) Rey Ann Superette (09 570 1116) Lakdiv Supermarket (09 527 7782) ​ ​

  • Pop into Panmure, eNewsletter

    PBA Newsletters SIGN UP TO PBA NEWSLETTER Get the latest news and events that are happening in Panmure delivered straight to your inbox. July 21 Issue 186 Pop into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: -new owners for Panmure businesses -free table tennis in Town Centre -meet Joseph from Star Laundromat ​ and more Download Your Copy Here >> June 21 Issue 185 Pop into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: -exciting Roller Door art project -renovated Ambula restaurant -brand new Barber shop ​ and more Download Your Copy Here >> May 21 Issue 184 Pop into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: -All about Mt Wellington Fire Station -Food lover videos -Historical Photos of Panmure ​ and more Download Your Copy Here >> April 21 Issue 183 Pop into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: -Panmure Basin Fun Day -SBA comes to town -Food tours in Panmure and more Download Your Copy Here >> March 21 Issue 182 Pop into Panmure ​ Inside this issue you can check out: -lighting in Panmure -new Freak Shack store -new signs around town and more Download Your Copy Here >> Jan 21 Update on Incident in Panmure Update on: - Sam's condition, - How to donate, - Help from the community Download Your Copy Here >> Dec'20/Jan21 Issue 181 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: ​ - Photos of Christmas in Panmure Event - Town Manager's Report - A new chop shop in Town! - Outdoor dining and more! Download Your Copy Here >> Nov'20 Issue 180 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: ​ - Opening of Spiceland Restaurant - Town Manager's Update - Skills update for Security Liaison Officer - Local business updates Download Your Copy Here >> Oct '20 Issue 179 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: ​ - Fresh changes at the Corner Bar & Eatery - Town Manager's Update - Powhiri for Joe Tipene, Police Area Commander - Local business updates Download Your Copy Here >> Aug/Sept '20 Issue 178 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: ​ - Lakdiv Supermarket new location - Town Manager's Update - Spotlight on Basin View Lane businesses ​ Download Your Copy Here >> July '20 Issue 177 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Melina's Takeaway Renovation - Town Manager's Update - Local business updates - New Justice of Peace desk ​ Download Your Copy Here >> June '20 Issue 176 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Certificate of Appreciation winner - Tamaki Whanau working group - Local business updates ​ Download Your Copy Here >> May '20 Issue 175 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Interviews with local businesses - Security Manager update - Competition to win shopping vouchers ​ Download Your Copy Here >> Feb - Mar '20 Issue 173/174 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Panmure Basin Fun Day - Minimum wage rising to $18.90 an hour - Local community and business news ​ Download Your Copy Here >> Dec '19/ Jan '20 Issue 171/172 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Panmure Christmas Street Party 2019 coverage - Marketview Data 2018, 2019 - Local community and business news ​ Download Your Copy Here >> November 2019 Issue 170 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Updates from the AGM 2019 - Tonga's very first public library set up by Loni Fifita from Panmure Library - Your monthly dose of local community and business news ​ Download Your Copy Here >> October 2019 Issue 169 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Event Calendar for Diwali 2019 celebration at the Library - Auckland Economic Update Sep '19 - Your monthly dose of local community and business news ​ Download Your Copy Here >> September 2019 Issue 168 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Update on Hello Neighbour, an informal business get together - Full campaign update for Pamper Me in Panmure promotion - Your monthly dose of local community and business news ​ Download Your Copy Here >> August 2019 Issue 167 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Mid-campaign update on Pamper Me in Panmure promotion - Marketview Data 2018/2019 - Your invitation to Hello Neighbour, an informal business get together - Your monthly dose of local community and business news ​ Download Your Copy Here >> July 2019 Issue 166 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Full results update on entrants, customer and business winners from Tastes - Information on Stage 1 roundabout installation - Your monthly dose of local community and business news ​ Download Your Copy Here >> June 2019 Issue 165 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Information on our new Promotion - Pamper Me in Panmure 2019 - Some lovely pictures of entrants and their food from Tastes Promotion - Your monthly dose of local community and business news ​ Download Your Copy Here >> May 2019 Issue 164 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Information on Tastes of Panmure 2019 - Your feedback on Panuku's plans for Panmure... through Social Pinpoint - Your monthly dose of local community and business news ​ Download Your Copy Here >> April 2019 Issue 163 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Update on Panmure Roundabout sign - Our new section 'Business Talk' - Your monthly dose of local community and business news ​ Download Your Copy Here >> March 2019 Issue 162 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Panmure Basin Fun Day, 10 Feb 2019 - Update on the AMETI Eastern Busway - Info on Panmure Roundabout sign ​ Download Your Copy Here >> Dec/Jan 2018/19 Issue 161 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - The Panmure Christmas Street Party 2018 - AMETI Eastern Busway Project update - Mayor Phil Goff and Honourable Phil Twyford visited Panmure - You are invited to the Panmure Basin Fun Day, 10 Feb 2019 ​ Download Your Copy Here >> November 2018 Issue 160 Pop Into Panmure Inside this issue you can check out: - Who the new 2019/2019 PBA Board members are - Key insights from our 2018 Customer Survey - A very easy way to have your say about Panmure’s future by using Social Pinpoint - A big welcome to Sylvia’s Bakery and iNail and Beauty - Find out who are Panmure’s two Safety and Security Stars! Download Your Copy Here >> October 2018 Issue 159 Pop Into Panmure In this edition, we feature Unlock Panmure and share with you how to have your say using a social media tool. We introduce new businesses to our town and tell you about our Christmas Street Party on 1 Dec! Download Your Copy Here >> September 2018 Issue 158 Pop Into Panmure Stay up to date with what is happening in Panmure! In this ed we share interesting Panmure Business Survey results with you plus local community news you need to know Download Your Copy Here >> August 2018 Issue 157 Pop Into Panmure Local focus this month, Panmure's vibrancy showcased in art (full story on page 3) + check out the mural that is in progress in Duncan Lane! Download Your Copy Here >> July 2018 Issue 156 Pop Into Panmure Local focus this month, Taniela receives appreciation award from NZ Police (full story on page 3). Download Your Copy Here >> June 2018 Issue 155 Pop Into Panmure Local focus this month, Tastes of Panmure proves popular (full story on page 3) + 31 winners took out $100 cash each! Download Your Copy Here >>

  • Pop into Panmure, Disclaimer and Privacy Policy

    Disclaimer & Privacy Policy Privacy Statement By using our site, you consent to our online privacy policy. We collect information from you when you subscribe to our newsletter, fill out a form or enter an event or promotion. You may be asked to enter your name, e-mail address, mailing address, phone number and which event you have or will participate in. Your information will be recorded in the Panmure Business Association database. This will only ever be used by the Panmure Business Association and in some instances passed on to our alliance partners in regards to events. We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer your personally identifiable information to outside parties . ​ Any of the information we collect from you may be used in one of the following ways: • To administer a contest, promotion, survey or other site feature • To send periodic emails • The email address you provide may be used to send you information, respond to inquiries, and/or other requests or questions ​ Changes When the Panmure Business Association materially changes this Privacy Statement (a notice will be posted on our homepage) we also suggest that you routinely review this Policy Statement to ensure you understand how we collect and use your information Contacting Us If there are any questions regarding this privacy policy you may contact us using the information below: info@panmure.net.nz PO Box 14313 Panmure, Auckland 1741 New Zealand (09) 527 6389 Disclaimer The Panmure Business Association (PBA) will do its utmost to ensure the information contained within this website is accurate. However the PBA does not accept any responsibility for any error within the site.While all care is taken in giving this advice, it is given on the condition that the Panmure Business Association Inc and its officers, employees and Board members are not liable for the results of any action taken in reliance upon this advice. ​ Copyright ​ All materials displayed or available from this website are either free from copyright, or the property of the Panmure Business Association unless otherwise stated.

  • THANK YOU VOUCHER COMPETITION | Pop Into Panmure

    Sorry, this competition is now closed. Terms & Conditions 1. Panmure Business Association staff and families, owners or employees of participating shops, restaurants or food outlets are not permitted to enter this competition. 2. Publication of the winners’ names and photographs may be used for promotional purposes, unless requested otherwise by the winner. 3. Prizes are not exchangeable or redeemable for cash. No change will be given on vouchers. 4. Personal information provided will be held by the Panmure Business Association and used to inform you if you are a winner. 5. Entry closes 5pm on 31st December 2021 6. Entries accepted on Facebook.com/popintopanmure or via popintopanmure.co.nz website form 7. Participating Panmure businesses are listed on reverse of voucher 8. Winners will be drawn randomly from all valid entries 9. One entry per person

  • PANMURE CHRISTMAS STREET PARTY 2019 | Pop Into Panmure

    Christmas Street Party 2019 7 December 2019, 11am - 2pm Last year Queens Rd rocked with fun and festivity, so we are doing it again this year! Queens Rd will be closed off to make way for heaps of FREE activities for young and young at heart. There will be heaps of Fun, Entertainment & Food, a full list and Events Calendar will be shared close to the time. We can’t wait to see you! Don't forget to have your photo taken with Santa for free. A huge thanks to Maungakiekie Tamaki Local Board and The Mt Wellington Foundation for their continued support with this event! A very special thanks to our further sponsors; Panuku Development, AT, Fulton Hogan, Barfoot & Thompson, Tamaki Regeneration; you are helping to make this event possible! Parking tips All day parking: Pleasant View Rd Carpark (1 mobility space) Basin View Lane Kings Rd Carpark (1 mobility space) Clifton Court Service Lane (3 mobility spaces) From 11am: Panmure Community Hall Carpark Rear of the Library For Transport & Parking Info Click here > Free Kids Activities Stalls Food Entertainment Contact us regarding future events Some photos from the event... Photo credit Kim Lu

  • DOWNLOAD WELCOME PACK | Pop Into Panmure

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  • Pop into Panmure, Discover Pamure

    About Panmure Panmure Town Centre is conveniently located and easily accessible from all around the Eastern suburbs of Auckland. Panmure offers you easy and free parking or you can easily catch the train or the bus . Situated between two dramatic land formations, the Panmure Basin and Maungarei/Mt Wellington and alongside the Tamaki River, Panmure is a great town to pop into. Pop into Panmure.... Pop in for a bite to eat - fresh, delicious and affordable - tastes from across the globe. Pop in for convenient local services - lawyers, laundromats or lending. Pop in for a pamper - visit one of our hair and beauty outlets. Pop in for a bargain - a range of clothing, footwear and gift shops. Pop in for fun - visit the local library or for a drink at the pub. Pop in to get fit - wrestling, gym, pool, health stores Pop in for friendly customer service from local business owners. ​ Eke Panuku Development's Unlock Panmure promotional video TRANSPORT Transport and Parking Panmure By Car Its just a 15 minute drive from Auckland’s CBD. There is plenty of parking in and around the town and what’s better is it is free! See our handy parking map below. Panmure By Train and Bus Trains run frequently – every 10-15 minutes. It’s just a cruisy 20-minute train ride from the CBD to Panmure. Free parking is available in the Park and Ride next to the Panmure Train Station. ​ Panmure is very well serviced by buses to and from many parts of Auckland with the main bus station next to the Panmure Train Station. ​ See the AT Journey Planner (https://at.govt.nz/bus-train-ferry/ ) for up to date timetables and routes. History of Panmure History of Panmure Listen to the Auckland Libraries Heritage Podcast - Panmure Stories via Spotify ​ The township of Panmure sits between two dramatic landforms; the Panmure Basin, also sometimes known as the Panmure Lagoon, a tidal inlet/estuary within a volcanic crater; and Maungarei/Mount Wellington which is a 135 metre volcanic peak. Maungarei is the youngest onshore volcano in the Auckland volcanic field; ie: excluding Rangitoto, having been formed by an eruption around 10,000 years ago. It is the largest of Auckland's scoria cones and named by colonists after the Duke of Wellington. The mountain’s Maori name, Maungarei, is translated as ‘the watchful mountain’ or as ‘the mountain of Reipae’, a Tainui ancestor. She travelled to Northland in the form of a bird. ​ Maungarei is a site of archaeological importance as it was used in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries AD as a pa or hill fort. Evidence of terraces, storage pits and defensive trenches have been uncovered showing that Maori used this area over a considerable period of time. Other tribes also occupied the area from time to time. Panmure’s proud heritage goes back to pre-European times when the Panmure area (or Mokoia as it was known) was home to the Ngati Paoa people, and was the largest Maori community in New Zealand due to the fertile soils and abundant fishing in the Tamaki Estuary and Panmure Basin. Strategically placed for rapid access by canoe to the Waitematä Harbour, Hauraki Gulf and North Island east coast as well as 4km up the Tamaki Estuary was the portage that provided canoe access to the Manukau Harbour and the west coast. Settlement by the tribes in the area between the Tamaki River and Maungarei (Mokoia and Mauinaina Pa) became well established and was highly valued because of the easy access to good garden land, swamps and lakes, marine resources and many fresh water springs. ​ The inhabitants of the two Pa were destroyed in 1821, by marauding warriors from the north. Led by the chieftain Hongi Hika, the invaders had the technological advantage of modern weapons acquired through earlier contact with Europeans and decimated the population. The Ngati Paoa never returned to the area, where a thousand of their number had been slain and the land slowly returned to be covered by fern and manuka. ​ By 1838, a European settler, James Hamlin, established Waipuna Farm in the area and a community grew quickly over the following years. From 1848, many of the new settlers were Irish military pensioners who had been brought to New Zealand to establish a military base for defending Auckland. For many of the immigrant Pensioners, this was the best hope in providing for their families and after serving seven years in the Royal New Zealand Fencibles they would be given the cottage, land and household goods so they could settle down as a private citizen. Panmure, along with Howick, Otahuhu and Onehunga were the Fencible Settlements. In 1848, the “Clifton” arrived in Auckland from Galway, Ireland with seventy five men, their wives and children and settled on the site that was once Mokoia / Mauinaina Pa. Life was tough for these early settlers who needed to build their own village, grow vegetables, breed livestock and build wells but they were fortunate as the land was fertile and close to some already established farms where some could obtain extra work and supplies. ​ The next 20 years saw the establishment of local services such as churches, schools and roads and in 1863 Panmure's first resident policeman, James Wren, was appointed. As Auckland grew eastwards, the first bridge across the Tamaki River was built in 1865 with train services coming to Panmure in 1873. Business really started to grow in the 1890's and expanded rapidly in the early 1900's with businesses associated with the new technologies of the day being established (Telephone linesman, electricians, plumbers). After World War One, with a demand to improve the roads, much of the old lava flow surrounding the mountain was quarried for industrial aggregates and the large quarry to the north of the mountain once produced 7% of New Zealand's roading aggregate. (now the suburb of Stonefields) ​ Tamaki was still mainly farming and market gardens until the end of the Second World War and in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s saw the rapid expansion of the land around Maungarei/Mt Wellington for industry and state (government owned) housing. The land was plentiful, relatively flat, cheap and well served by road, rail and sea so was ideally suited for development. From 1949 – 1960 the population rose from a semi-rural 3,000 to a suburban 15,000. Expansion of housing and industry grew hand in hand and the district of Mt Wellington was sometimes referred to as ‘the home of modern industry’ with leaders in nationwide manufacture and distribution of products such as Alex Harvey Industries, Fisher & Paykel, Mason & Porter (Masport), Dulux and Berger paints, British Motor Corporation to name a few. Over a four year period eighty shops were built in the Panmure town centre and twenty offices established.The town continued to grow and was busy and prosperous town that rivalled Queens Street in Auckland’s CBD and supplied all the needs of the local residents. ​ Photo supplied by Panmure's Historical Society Photo supplied by Panmure's Historical Society Through the 1980’s with the opening of cheaper land in East Tamaki and Manukau, industry slowly relocated and along with the increase of shopping malls and big block shopping centres the fortunes of the township of Panmure slowly declined. However t oday, Panmure is a unique and bustling community which prides itself on its cultural diversity and strength of community spirit. ​ Download the Panmure Historical Walk Brochure here . ​ ​ ​ Fresh Concept recently worked with Auckland Libraries and Eke Panuku on an outdoor display of some amazing panorama images of Panmure. A set of images were taken in 1920 by James Douglas Richardson, and another were taken 100 years later in 2020 by Samuel Hartnett. The images were taken from the tihi (summit) of Maungarei and Maungakiekie. These images are part of the Auckland Libraries Kura Collection which can be viewed at kura.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz - and found outside Panmure Library. Planter boxes kindly planted by Panmure's Historical Society arch reports Archaeological Reports Download the latest papers or reports here. Archaeological investigations at Maungarei: A large Mäori settlement on a volcanic cone in Auckland, New Zealand Archaeology in the Shadow of Maungarei: AMETI Phase 1

  • Pop into Panmure

    Get In Touch WE'D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU info@panmure.net.nz (09) 527 63 89 Find us on Social Visit Our Office Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8.30am - 4pm. Location: 16 Clifton Court, Panmure (opposite the Panmure Library, Pilkington Rd, Panmure). Postal Address: As above Get Directions > Contact one of our Team Town Manager - Elaine Soakai, manager@panmure.net.nz Finance & Operations Manager - Dannielle Carter, accounts@panmure.net.nz Communications Coordinator - Katie Chan, communications@panmure.net.nz Social Media Assistant - Debbie Luton, promote@panmure.net.nz Security Liaison Officer - Taniela Kaivelata, security@panmure.net.nz or on 027 53 53 017 ​

  • Pop into Panmure, Christmas Street Party

    Christmas Street Party 2019 7 December 2019, 11am - 2pm Last year Queens Rd rocked with fun and festivity, so we are doing it again this year! Queens Rd will be closed off to make way for heaps of FREE activities for young and young at heart. There will be train rides, animal cycles, circus workshops, entertainment and plenty of clowning around . If that wasn’t enough for you - we’ve got two bouncy castle obstacle courses, face painting, remote control crab racing, a Children’s Craft Market and way more… Of course you will be well fed with many delectable food options, no matter what your taste. This year many of our locally loved food businesses are offering event special dishes for you to savour. Don't forget to have your photo taken with Santa for free and to enter our photo competition to win cash prizes . Just upload your photos of the day to our Facebook page. A huge thanks to Maungakiekie Tamaki Local Board and The Mt Wellington Foundation for their continued support with this event! A very special thanks to our further sponsors; Panuku Development, AT, Barfoot & Thompson, Tamaki Regeneration, and Maurice J Burney. You are helping to make this event possible! We can’t wait to see you! Parking tips All day parking: Pleasant View Rd Carpark (1 mobility space) Basin View Lane Kings Rd Carpark (1 mobility space) Clifton Court Service Lane (3 mobility spaces) From 11am: Panmure Community Hall Carpark Rear of the Library For Transport & Parking Info Click here > Free Kids Activities Stalls Food Entertainment Contact us for future events Here's some pics from last year...

  • Pop into Panmure, Panmure Basin Fun Day

    Panmure Basin Fun Day 2020 1 March 2020, 11 am - 4 pm There were some FREE awesome pirate adventures at the annual Panmure Basin Fun Day! There were interactive events and activities for all ages and great prizes were given out. This FREE family fun day was sponsored by the Mt Wellington Foundation Ltd, Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board, and Panmure Business Association. Free Kids Activities Stalls Food Entertainment Some photos from the event... Photo credit Kim Lu

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