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Invercargill City Council, NZ launched "Discover Our Parks" a suite of events to engage residents

Invercargill City Council, NZ "Discover Our Parks" events


Invercargill City Council's Parks and Recreation team launched "Discover Our Parks" a marketing campaign including a suite of events designed to help residents discover local parks. The daily events were hosted by Park Rangers and supported by volunteers from community groups at various local parks. The events focused on environment, conservation, animals, fitness, learning, etc. Participants were entered into a drawing with a grand prize of a private tour of a the Queens Park animal reserve.

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Invercargill City Council, NZ

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Discover our Parks - Invercargill 2019 | What's On in Southland

Discover our Parks - Invercargill 2019 - Community, . Everyone is invited to get out and about to discover Invercargill’s parks and reserves this March...



Discover our Parks winner shares grand prize - Invercargill City Council

Bunnies and goats were the stars of the Animal Reserve as the winner of the grand prize from Discover our Parks enjoyed a private tour of the enclosures at Queens Park. Hayley Ward, who entered the competition at the Russell Square Discover our Parks event in March, shared her prize with her husband Joshua, friend …


Invercargill City Council Wins Marketing Award - Invercargill City Council

The Invercargill City Council’s stellar marketing campaign for Discover our Parks has won a national award. Recreation Aotearoa presented Council staff with the award for marketing and media at a ceremony in Auckland last week. In March, Council’s Parks and Recreation team organised a week of events to celebrate Parks Week 2019, titled Discover our Parks. …

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Recreation Aotearoa presented Invercargill City Council staff with a national award for marketing and media at the 2019 Parks Week Award ceremony.

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