Imagine My City


Have you ever wanted to know the secret life of your backyard?


Step into an extraordinary voyage through your neighbourhood nature like you’ve never seen it before.

IMAGINE my CITY launches with a WILD mystery adventure in the Wellington suburb of Mt Cook this November. If you live in or around Mt Cook, Newtown or Brooklyn and you are between the age of 7 and 14 bring your family and whanau along to this FREE guided quest! You’ll meet some wild and FUNKY characters and have a chance to play a role yourself… then fire up your imagination and join our 100 day creative challenge!


Sunday 15 November, Prince of Wales Park, Mt Cook, Wellington
Two sessions only :
10.00am – 12 noon   or   2.00pm – 4.00pm
Limited to 20 kids per session. Be in quick to register a place. Games, books and voucher SPOT PRIZES to win.
Register and find out more at  EMAIL or phone 04 385 0087


Let your imagination run WILD this summer

Join our challenge and create your dream or vision of what your neighbourhood or city might look like if it was WILD with nature. Show us your passion – write a story, make a short film, paint or make a sculpture or create some music – whatever makes you BUZZ!

Email us a photo or publish your work and share it with us online. Great prizes to win. Plus your dream or vision could be chosen by the Imagine My City team to STAR in a city wide exhibition and showcase.

The 100 day challenge launches during Conservation Week 2-8 November and runs through to the 31 January 2016.

Register your interest today and we’ll send you a reminder email when the challenge opens  EMAIL or phone 04 385 0087

 UNESCO Logo 70th anniversary
Imagine My City is a Wellington-based pilot project created through a partnership with Nature Through Arts Collective and the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO. Its aim is to inspire and empower young people to join with others in their neighbourhoods to bring nature back to backyards and neighbourhoods.

Thanks to project partners Mt Cook Mobilised, Te Atiawa/Taranaki Whanui, Binge Culture, Kemi Niko & Co, Wellington City Council, Wellington Zoo, Department of Conservation and other special characters in Mt Cook!

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