55 Wellesley Street East
Auckland Central 1010
The Postdisciplinary Approaches 2018 conference, will be held at the Auckland University of Technology City Campus. Located in the heart of Auckland, it is AUT's largest campus and home to most academic units and the central administration.
AUT is a contemporary New Zealand university focused on providing exceptional student opportunities and learning experiences, and graduate success in a context stimulated by
impactful research and industry connectivity.
AUT has consistently been a leader in undergraduate and postgraduate enrolment growth of both New Zealand and international students across a wide range of professional disciplines, and as a result
it is now the second largest university in New Zealand.
AUT’s teaching is innovative and student centered. We encourage our students to collaborate, experiment and to experience working life beyond the classroom. In addition to teaching, we have a strong focus on innovative research in areas such as biotechnology, artificial intelligence and nutrition.
Welcome to Auckland City!
During your visit, be sure to explore all that Auckland has to offer. Immerse yourself in the rich cultures that make Auckland so unique. Experience the city centre’s world-class shopping, restaurants, bars and galleries. Discover the natural attractions of a city encircled by wine regions, stunning beaches, pristine rain-forest and the magnificent Hauraki Gulf.
DISCOVER AUCKLAND CITY
Auckland City, 2-18 February
Moving forward into its 6th year, the Auckland Pride Festival is New Zealand’s largest and loudest social and cultural programme of events for our Rainbow communities (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Takatāpui, Fa’afafine, Intersex, Queer), as well as our families and friends.
Auckland City, 29 January 2018
Laneway Festival 2017 was the thirteenth edition of the boutique inner-city festival. In keeping with tradition, the line-up showcased the best new international talent (Car Seat Headrest, NAO, Mick Jenkins, Aurora & more), while welcoming back acts that once occupied early slots to close out the festival. Local favourites like D.D Dumbo, Camp Cope, A.B. Original and Tash Sultana pulled some of the biggest crowds, and Tame Impala closed out the festival in Fremantle (their hometown) with the very final show of their incredible album cycle. 2017 also saw Laneway Festival launch a new podcast, throw a Hottest 100 Backyard Party in Brisbane, and introduce the 1800LANEWAY hotline in every Australian city.
Matiatia Headland, Waiheke Island
Take a 35 minute ferry ride from the city and experience the Matiatia headland of Waiheke Island hosts the Headland Sculpture on the Gulf exhibition. Stroll the spectacular 2km coastal walkway and see 31 contemporary outdoor sculptures, along with an art gallery and some of the best food, wine and entertainment Waiheke has to offer.
Held on the shores of Tapapakanga Regional Park, 70km south east of Auckland, Splore is a three-day music and arts festival. Reunite with friends and family and party and relax under the sun to live music, fresh-made market food, visual art, workshops and forums. Splore caters for families too – there’s loads of kid-friendly activities during the day, and when the sun sets the party amps up with an eclectic music line-up.