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RE-HOME THE RAINBOW TOUR: WEEK ONE

Auckland , New Zealand: Our Re-Home the Rainbow Tour has been off to an exciting start. In the first week of the tour we’ve traveled around Auckland and to Northland, see our tour highlights below:

Day One: The first day of our tour began in South Auckland and we visited the Airport and Manukau Harbour before stopping at the MIT Otara Campus. It was great meeting the classes that came out to see the tour and we gave away lots of instant prizes. We also visited Pukekohe and Waiuku and we couldn’t pass up the chance to stop for an ice cream in Pokeno. See the photos from day one.

Day Two: On day two we visited East Auckland and traveled through Pakuranga and Howick before stopping to meet everyone at Pak’nSave Botany. The team also visited Bucklands Beach and Maraetai. See the photos from day two.

Day Three: We headed to Northland on day three through Warkworth and Wellsford and on to Dargaville. At The Warehouse Dargaville we stopped to give away instant prizes and take photos with the rainbow. It was great to be in Northland and we even got a selfie with a police officer! See the photos from day three and four.

Day Four: Rolling out in the morning our rainbow had a very warm welcome at The Warehouse in Whangarei. There were plenty of smiles with our instant prizes and it was great meeting all our fans. The tour went through Ruakaka, Waipu, Mangawhai and Orewa. Plus we made a special stop in Warkworth to see some of our snapchatters! See photos from day three and four.

Day Five: We headed over the harbour bridge to visit the North Shore! We met up with everyone at Massey University Campus and also visited Devonport, North Harbour, Lake Pupuke and Takapuna Beach. See the photos from day five.

We’re excited for the second week of the tour when we journey around Auckland and then to Tauranga, Rotorua, Taupo, Hamilton and lots of places in between!

Find out when the tour will be at a place near you or enter our competition to be in to win a visit to Rainbow’s End for you and 20 friends!

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