16 May 2012
10 am - 12 pm
Venue: Cornwall Park. Meet at the Cornwall Park Information Centre, access via Greenlane Rd entrance to the park.
Host: Cornwall Park Information Centre
Cost: Free event
Contact info: Phone: +64-9 630 8485
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Geologist and co-author of Volcanoes of Auckland: The Essential Guide, Dr Bruce Hayward, will lead adventurers on a walk around Maungakiekie/One Tree Hill, one of the largest and best preserved cones in the Auckland volcanic field. Learn how volcanoes have shaped the landscape and the lives of people living here.
Part of the Cornwall Park Autumn Guided Walk Series, May-June 2012. Walks start from the Cornwall Park Information Centre. Bookings essential; book by telephone, email or in person at the Information Centre.
Bruce Hayward is a geologist and marine ecologist based in Auckland. He is a former member of the Auckland Conservation Board and New Zealand Conservation Authority, and former president of the Geological Society of New Zealand. His wide interests in natural and human history have resulted in sixteen previous books on topics as diverse as archaeology, the kauri timber and gum industries, the history of Auckland cinemas, New Zealand fossils, volcanoes, building stones and conservation; and, as joint author, the popular A Field Guide to Auckland.