37-39 Halifax Street
Facing onto Miller’s Acre Carpark
Every year, in town halls and theatres all over New Zealand, around 2700 teenagers perform their own original songs, live, to an audience of their peers. Smokefreerockquest is a national institution with its roots here in Nelson.
93 Hardy Street
Oh, a bicycle! When it was not only how you reached your destination but also what you chose to wear for your two-wheeled outing.
26 sites across the City Centre
With more than 20 sites, ArtWalk takes you on a journey past artworks by some of Nelson’s most celebrated artists, as well as artworks that have a particular poignancy to Whakatū.
44 Bridge Street, Nelson
Appo Hocton was the first person of Chinese descent to gain New Zealand citizenship. As carter, builder, roading contractor, then exporter, he was an industrious and respected resident of early Nelson.
Elma Turner Library
27 Halifax Street
Tēnā koutou katoa. Make/Shift Spaces and Nelson City Council are pleased to support Māori Language Week. We hope you give te reo Māori a go!
Shop #12 Morrison Square
(next to Jacqui-E)
Cultural Conversations is a community-based arts hub that is focussed on building relationships and empowering former refugee and migrant communities.