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Auckland Outing – Bounce & Beyond

Come and enjoy Wriggle and Rhyme at Bounce & Beyond and jump off your steam afterwards!

Date: Wednesday 16th May
Time: 10.00 am
Location: 10a Kerwyn Ave, East Tamaki.
Bring: socks, drink bottle and morning tea!.

RSVP by Tuesday 8th of May to kirsty@playschooleducation.co.nz

Please note: If adults want to jump they will need to cover this cost.

All Blacks Vs France

There are three things Kiwis are fiercely passionate about;

1. The Rugby
2. The All Blacks
3. The All Blacks winning the Rugby

You simply cannot miss out on seeing a rugby game while here in New Zealand.

Eden Park is hosting a game this June – the mighty All Blacks verses France. Get in quick, we only have 14 tickets and they always sell out fast!

Cost: $77/ person.
When: Saturday the 9th of June
Where: Meet at the Kingslander at 5.30pm for a snack & drink before the match. Kick off is 7:30.
Bring: Money for food & drink. Warm clothes.
RSVP: Please secure your place ASAP by contacting carissa@playschooleducation.co.nz

The cost of drinks and food is not included in the ticket price.
The Kingslander is located at 470 New North Road, Kingsland – right by the train station

Rotorua Adventure

Rotorua, a town set on the famous Lake Rotorua and is renowned for its geothermal activity and Maori culture. Rotorua is a city rich in Maori Arts and Crafts with traditional wood carvings featured throughout the city. It is home to the largest geothermal area within New Zealand with bubbling mud pools, thermal springs and geysers galore. For good reason it is also known as the adventure playground of New Zealand.

Join us on an adventure filled weekend of insane fun that is not for the faint hearted. On this trip you will raft down the world’s highest commercially rafted waterfall in the WORLD! Gondola to the top of Mt Ngongotaha and race your friends down the luge and soak up the history and culture of our famous city that smells like a giant fart.

This trip all meals, transport, dorm room accommodation, white water rafting the Kaituna river, gondola ride, 3 luge rides, Maori cultural performance and village tour, traditional hangi feast and thermal mud pool visit.

Date: Saturday 12th of May until Sunday 13th of May
Time: 7:45 am sharp. Arrive home 4pm the following day.
Where to meet: Meet at Playschool offices in Albany, Auckland

Cost: $320/person

RSVP: To secure your place and not miss out, contact Carissa as soon as possible.

Bay of Islands & Dolphin Sailing

The Bay of Islands is a New Zealand enclave encompassing more than 140 subtropical islands situated in the country’s North Island. It’s known for its undeveloped beaches, marine life such as dolphins and whales and Maori cultural history. It’s also home to the 19th-century whaling port of Russell, whose waterfront promenade is lined with remnants from its days as the country’s first New Zealand capital. Join us for a tour of the Bay of Islands by both land and sea and experience the wonders of Waitangi, Paihia, Russell and the outer islands along with all that these magical spots have to offer.

Date: Saturday 7th of April until Sunday 8th April
Time: 8am
Where: Playschool office, 72 Apollo Dive, Albany
Cost: $275 – Cost includes transport, all meals, accommodation, full day dolphin sail, Kawiti glow worm caves, car ferriesHururu falls and a tour of Russell and surrounding areas.
Bring: Togs, towel, sunscreen, snacks, drinks, warm jacket and sturdy covered footwear. Trip does not include breakfast on the Saturday or dinner on the Sunday so please eat before you arrive at 8am on Saturday.

RSVP Don’t miss out!  Secure your place as soon as possible by contacting Carissa by email