The Living Wood Fair is a 2-day community event exploring the wonderful world of wood, including:
- All aspects of forestry
- Environmental stewardship
- Creative arts, wood and bush crafts
- Natural building
We have a wide range of activities on offer including:
- Live demonstrations, displays, kids’ zone, information hub, market and food stalls.
- The Workshop Zone hosts indoor and outdoor hands-on workshops.
- Inspiring and informative presentations and panel discussions in the Te Uru Rākau Kōrero Zone
- Local live music and display of artworks.
Who is the Living Wood Fair for?
Families, lifestyle and forestry block owners, farmers, woodworkers and millers, self-builders and tiny home enthusiasts, forestry advocates, environmentalists, forestry and building businesses and industry specialists. And anyone that loves TREES!
The workshops are always popular and this year we have almost doubled the number and variety of them: Spoon Carving, Taonga Puoro Wānanga, Ti Kouka String Making, Ti Kouka basket weaving, Foraging and Cooking, Eco printing, Blacksmithing, Earth Building, Light Earth Building, Traditional Timber Frame Joinery and Fruit Tree Pruning to name a few. For full listings and detailed workshop information go to https://livingwoodfair.co.nz/2021-workshops/
Restrictions: NO DOGS please/ ALL ages/ under 16s FREE
Living Wood Fair day & weekend tickets include entry to ALL AREAS including demonstrations, presentations, market and Kids Makers Space & Bushcraft Zone.
Workshops are optional in the purchase pipeline once you have selected your day or weekend ticket, please carefully browse https://livingwoodfair.co.nz/2021-workshops/ for detailed information per workshop. PLEASE NOTE: Some workshops are selling 1 ticket for 1 adult & 1 child together.
Online entry tickets and workshop tickets are only available until 1pm on Friday 16 April.
For more information and photos have a look at our website and Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/livingwoodfairnz