Face masks are still required indoors at service centres, i-SITEs, libraries and the Museum @ Te Ahu from Thursday 14 April. My Vaccine Passes are no longer required to access any council service. We appreciate your patience with this evolving situation.See the link below for information about our reduced hours.
The new Kawakawa Library and Service Centre is located in the Te Hononga Hundertwasser Memorial Park. Opened in October 2020, the library is in the heart of Kawakawa, co-located with a gallery, community workshop space and a memorial to Hundertwasser. It is also a stop on the Twin Coast Cycle Trail, and signals the gateway to the Bay of Islands.
Te Hononga Hundertwasser Memorial Park also has freedom camping spaces, as well as a 24/7 shower and toilet block for campers and cyclists.
Library and service centre open weekdays 8am-4.30pm, Library open Saturdays 9am-1pm. We offer a full range of FNDC services copying, scanning, faxing, public access internet and Wi-Fi.
Other programmes and services include eLibrary help, robotics and craft sessions, and Spark Jump - an initiative that allows eligible families to access prepaid internet services.
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Have you visited the Kawakawa Library recently? If you have, we would like to hear what the experience was like.
Events and Programmes in our different libraries
Discover new authors and genres for all ages with Who else writes like? and Who next?
Our Toi Box collection is a range of different digital and STEAM resources that library patrons can borrow.
Last updated 09 June 2022