Posted by KirstySalisbury

(Nov) Auckland Death Cafe

Hosted by Kirsty Salisbury


Nov. 5, 2023

Start time:

10:30 a.m. (NZST)

End time:

11:30 a.m. (NZST)


Auckland Art Gallery

Wellesley Street East



New Zealand



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About this Death Cafe

Join us for a hosted discussion about death and dying. This discussion is an open one, where no specific experience is necessary, and all are welcome to join free of conclusion, belief system or the need to do anything. A gold coin donation is greatly appreciated, however please do not let this prevent you from attending if it is not possible...


Please note that this event will be a discussion rather than a grief support or counselling session. It may not suit people who are recently bereaved or those who are actively grieving.


A bit about the event:


- The Art Gallery and Cafe open at 10am. Please arrive a few minutes before the event starts if you wish to buy anything from the cafe, so that we are all ready to go at 10:30am.

- We will be down the back of the cafe, past the counter and beside the entrance into the gallery.

- All Death Cafe members receive a 10% discount from the cafe for our events, just mention you are there for the Death Cafe event when you pay to receive the discount.

- Parking is available at Victoria Street East (

If you have any further questions, feel free to let me know. I'm looking forward to seeing you at our next event :)


About Kirsty Salisbury

Kirsty Salisbury is a speaker, podcaster and coach exploring the topics of life, death and experiences in between.  Following a Near Death Experience at 12 years of age, Kirsty is passionate about widening the conversation around death and the afterlife.  Through her podcast ‘Let’s Talk Near Death’ Kirsty shares personal stories of life after near death, and events of significant spiritual transformation.


Outside of her podcast, Kirsty is an End of Life Doula, Hospice Volunteer and a certified Funeral Celebrant.

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