Anzac Day Parade, starts at 9 am at the Fire Station and goes to the War Memorial, on Roland Road. Everyone is welcome. Members of the Armed Services, Police, Fire Brigade, Scouts, Cubs, Kias, Girl Guides and Pippins will also be present to remember those that died for our freedom.
Thanks to a collaboration between our friends at Harcourts Cooper and Co and Greenhithe Community Trust, we're delighted to share with you this little Walking Map that outlines a couple of great walks around Greenhithe. Click here to view and download.
Ray King has written an amazing book that provides a comprehensive history of Tauhinu and the history of Greenhithe. We are very grateful that he has allowed us to highlight the book here and provide a link for you to read it in detail. Written in 1984, this book includes many wonderful pictures within its 150 pages [...]
Need to go for a longer run? Why not try this beautiful 8km run around Greenhithe. It's got some hills and some parks to keep you interested a challenged. Brought to you by Richard Ellis | personal Trainer | 021 777 417
A little while ago Auckland Council added cycle lanes on both sides of Upper Harbour Drive - it's a great initiative and one we should all support. Getting people onto bikes should be a priority in a city like ours, in a country with a climate like ours. But here's the rub. In so doing [...]
Living in Greenhithe, we're blessed with some great walks. You'll notice lots of footpath signs around the place, if you keep your wits about you. Go explore and you'll find some amazing woods and parks. Auckland council produce a useful document on walks around Upper Harbour. Click here to take a look at the PDF. [...]
We're delighted to introduce the new Greenhithe Residents Association website. It's taken a few months to pull together and includes our new logo! From now on you'll be able to access local info right here as well as book our community buildings online. We feel this new site better represents our community and showcases the [...]