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Our 800m2 community garden has a great potential to provide lots more healthy food. To achieve this, more gardeners and aspirational gardeners, builders and anyone really, are welcome to join Wednesday morning sessions from 9.30-12noon and/or additional during summer Thursday afternoon sessions from 5-7pm (replaced by Sunday afternoon sessions in winter after daylight saving).
Want to know more? Stop by for a chat or a working bee at 25 Dignan Street. We are on an old bowling green, wedged between the Tennis courts and active Bowling Club greens. Welcome!
The Point Chevalier Sailing Club has Learn to Sail sessions early and late summer.
Windsurfing/kitesurfing lessons with local Auckland Windsurfing only $120 for a 4 hour beginners lesson. Rent stand up paddleboards from NZ Boardstore, Raymond St.
Recycle your old clothes in the bins at the Rugby League Clubrooms, 417 Point Chevalier Rd.
Motat is always in need of volunteers, for both gardening and mechanical tasks.
Friends of Oakley Creek do a wonderful job looking after this absolute treasure that no-one seems to know about. Here is what they collected on their annual cleanup in Feb '10.
The Lower Meola Restoration Project (LMRP) started in late 2010, is a community led partnership between the Albert-Eden Local Board and local groups keen to restore the stream habitat within Meola Creek at Point Chevalier.
The primary objective of the LMRP is to encourage active participation of local community groups to enhance the streams ecosystem primarily through planting of New Zealand natives along the stream edge.
Priority for restoration was given to the lower section of Meola Creek following the development of the Meola Creek Watercourse Management Plan (WMP).
To date more than 150 volunteers have planted over 4000 native species and significantly reduced the amount of noxious weeds along the creek.
If you would like further information or wish to become involved in the project please contact Katherine Read, Auckland Central Wai Care Co-ordinator. Email: Katherine@morphum.com Phone: 09 377 9779
New Dog Rules for parks and beaches are now in force
On the beach and in the water from north of the marker post located at the northern most access from Eric Armishaw Park onto the beach to the northern headland of Point Chevalier Beach:
Winter (1 April until Friday before Labour day weekend):
10am-4pm, under control on a leash
4pm-10am, under control off a leash.
Summer (Labour day weekend until 31 March):
5.00am to 9.00am, under control off a leash
7pm-9am, under control on a leash
Allow dogs under control off a leash east of the northern headland of Point Chevalier Beach.
Allow dogs under control on a leash on the open grass areas, boardwalks and walkways of Eric Armishaw Park and to prohibit dogs on the remainder of the park to protect wildlife.
Here's you local weather via a station on Maryland St
A group of locals got together and did an amazing heritage survey which you can see here
Note the red markers show the original buildings, pink are original that have been altered, and white non originals
To plan your swimming at the beach (or to impress your visitors most effectively), you can see the next few days time tides at MetService.
Or, you can download and/or print tide charts for the whole year from the LINZ website. (but watch out as it doesn't account for daylight saving)
Or, if you are heading out on the water the best option is Swell Map which combines wind tides and swell (for Musick Point but close enough)
See the weekly test results on the Council website
Yes you are allowed to take your portable barbecues to the beach (including charcoal), or use one of the four the Council provides (gas or electric and free) at Coyle Park, the Beach (Harbour View) Reserve, and Walker Park (between the two playgrounds on the Eastern side).
Transition Pt. Chev (TPC) is a group of local active citizens committed to sustainability and building community resilience in Pt. Chev. Public meetings held Old Homestead, corner of Alberta St and Pt Chevalier Rd at 7.30pm on the first Thursday of the month. Visit www.transitiontowns.org.nz/pointchevalier for more info.
BISC A community minded business group in Point Chevalier. To date they have lobbied successfully for better internet service and improvements to Countdown. They are currently addressingthe Council's proposal to build high density housing in the suburb. (Most people aren't even aware of this.) BISC.
Check out all Auckland City services on our Council page, including:
The Council spends $580 MILLION of our money every year - make sure you get your money's worth
Clubs & Societies' page
Te Mahurehure Marae
Brand new with facilities for up to 300 people including a full kitchen - great for weddings and conferences
126 Pint Chev rd
Pt Chev Sailing Club
Subud CentreThe Auckland Subud Hall in Point Chevalier has four beautiful rooms to hire for fitness classes, community clubs, workshops and rehearsals. It is located at 19 Formby Avenue. For more information or to make a booking please visit our website or contact us:
phone: 09 846-5797
Air Scouts Hall
Point Chevalier air scouts have a hall to hire. 93B Moa Rd. Excellent for children's parties- indoor/outdoor activities. Excellent for group meetings and clubs. Fully fenced grounds, safe for all ages, kitchen and toilets
$30 per hour or $100 per event. All details- phone Francis Morgan on 8462137/021662137
Point Chev Road
Pt Chev Bowling Club
Lions Club Hall
St. Francis School/Parish
2 Montrose Street, Point Chevalier. Please contact Paula, Parish Secretary, on 846 7612 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Point Chev Community Centre
Four meeting rooms available to community groups, social clubs, businesses, church groups, children’s birthday parties and others. One off, casual or regular bookings are available. Competitive rates. Rooms are suitable for groups of 10-35 people. Ring 846-1094. Photos of the rooms are available atwww.ptchevcommunitycentre.org.nz
Rugby League Clubrooms
Rates negotiable. Licensed Bar, Kitchen Available, outdoor area. Please ring Roy. Clubroom number is 09 846 4778.
Church of the Ascension Hall
Ph Jocelyn 828 9189
Pasadena Intermediate Hall