Eddy Bramley, Author at Wellington Basin Reserve
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Author: Eddy Bramley

The Wellington Firebirds' domestic summer gets underway at the Cello Basin Reserve this Saturday as they take-on the Otago Volts in round one of the Plunket Shield. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the impact of the government's level 2 restrictions in Wellington, a unique set...

The Basin Reserve Trust and national communications firm Cello have agreed a new partnership that will see Cello secure the naming rights of the Basin Reserve. The two-year agreement will see the Basin Reserve re-named the Cello Basin Reserve and will be marked by Cello installing...

Organisers of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 (CWC22) are thrilled to announce that 1000 Kiwi have now signed up as ‘CWC22 Champions’ in support of the tournament. Launched in February, the community engagement campaign has struck a chord with Kiwi from all over Aotearoa...

The Basin Reserve Museum Stand has been awarded a Silver Award at the New Zealand Commercial Project Awards 2021 in the Heritage and Restoration Category. The New Zealand Commercial Project Awards recognise and showcase the contribution and innovation of the whole project team, the people, rather than just the...

The Basin Reserve will host one of Aotearoa’s newest and most exciting festival line-ups this summer - Peachy Keen presents Peachy Keen Festival! Held on Easter Weekend on Saturday, April 3 at the Basin Reserve, the one-day festival will see household names like Ladyhawke, Stellar* and...