Events Calendar

Tell us about your event in Onehunga and we’ll add it to this page! Email details to events@onehunga.net.nz or phone 636 8535.


Sep 20 @ 8:00 PM – Oct 5 @ 9:00 PM
8:00 PM
Imprisoned for poisoning her husband fifteen years earlier, Caroline Crale finds herself at death’s door and writes a letter to her daughter Carla expressing her undeniable innocence. Carla, aided by Justin Fogg – a former
The Dolphin Theatre
Oct 5 @ 10:00 AM – Oct 20 @ 5:00 PM
10:00 AM
Display of books, articles and photos.
Onehunga Community Library
3:00 PM
About the worst maritime disaster in New Zealand’s history. Originally screened on TVNZ in 2000. Courtesy of Greenstone TV. Also screening on 9th October, 1:30pm & 20th October, 3:00pm.
Onehunga Community Library
1:30 PM
About the worst maritime disaster in New Zealand’s history. Originally screened on TVNZ in 2000. Courtesy of Greenstone TV. Also screening on 9th October, 1:30pm & 20th October, 3:00pm.
Onehunga Community Library
Oct 12 @ 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
10:30 AM
Enjoy a heritage themed storytime about two boys travelling from Onehunga Wharf to the Awhitu Peninsula and their camping adventures.
12:00 PM
Join us for maritime stories, when sailing from Onehunga to New Plymouth was the quickest route south and ferry services linked the settlements around the Manukau Harbour.
Onehunga Community Library
3:00 PM
About the worst maritime disaster in New Zealand’s history. Originally screened on TVNZ in 2000. Courtesy of Greenstone TV. Also screening on 9th October, 1:30pm & 20th October, 3:00pm.
Onehunga Community Library
Nov 8 @ 2:05 AM – Nov 30 @ 3:05 AM
2:05 AM
Mizzis Horrocks’s class of seven-year-olds is about to perform their nativity play at Flint Street Junior School for their proud mums and dads – and the occasional social worker. Squabbles arise when Gabriel wants to
The Dolphin Theatre
Nov 23 @ 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
11:00 AM
Come and watch our annual community parade. Starts on the corner of Onehunga Mall and Arthur Street, travels down to Princes Street before returning back.
Onehunga Town Centre