All Freeze spots have now been announced. You can find out where to Freeze on the locations page.

The email system is clogged with RSVPs, we’ve had over 6000 visitors to this site (and visitor numbers are building fast) so it’s going to be HUGE. Now tell all your friends to Freeze too!

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Nelson Freeze Location

June 4, 2009

Here’s all you need to know about the Big Freeze in Nelson:

Where?
The Farmers/Starbucks crossing area on Trafalgar St, between Bridge St and Hardy St. For a map of the location see this map.

There will be a good crowd, but there’s no need to huddle. The more terrain we cover the more impressive it looks.

Freeze etiquette
Please leave plenty of space for non-freezers to stream through and keep clear of traffic. Safety first.

When
1pm sharp. It’s good to arrive in the area at least 5 minutes earlier, but please keep moving till we Freeze. If you’re worried about being late, you can sync your timepiece with the official Freeze Clock. If you are late, I will enjoy seeing you do an exceptional morph from running human to frozen human.

How
Freeze as you please! You’ll know when to freeze when you hear a piercing whistle. When you hear the whistle again after five minutes, our time is up. Resume motion and smile – you’ve Done Good.

Thanks for supporting united action on climate change this World Environment Day.

Now tell all your friends to come too!

PS: A BIG thanks to all of the ReGen crew for organising this in Nelson!

PPS – Don’t worry about the ‘possibly related posts’ below. WordPress adds these automatically to blogs on this site, but they are unrelated to this Freeze.

Here’s all you need to know about the Big Freeze in Christchurch:

Where?
Stewart Plaza on High St, at the Colombo and Hereford intersection. The centre of the freeze is outside Subway and Ripcurl, and will spread outwards from there in all directions. For a street-level image of the location see this map.

It could be chilly, so dress up warm. If it’s wet, bring an umbrella… and if its really wet, the Freeze will move downstairs in the bus exchange, spreading up the stairs and along down the passage to the Colombo St entrance to the exchange…but only if it’s a downpour.

It’s going to be a good crowd, but there’s no need to huddle. The more terrain we cover the more impressive it looks.

Freeze etiquette
Please leave plenty of space for non-freezers to stream through and keep well away from traffic. Safety first.

When
1pm sharp. It’s good to arrive in the area at least 5 minutes earlier, but please keep moving till we Freeze. If you’re worried about being late, you can sync your timepiece with the official Freeze clock. If you are late, we will enjoy seeing you do an exceptional morph from running human to frozen human.

How
Freeze as you please! You’ll know when to freeze when you hear a whistle. When the whistle sounds again after five minutes, our time is up. Resume motion and smile – you’ve Done Good.

Thanks for supporting united action on climate change this World Environment Day.

Now tell all your friends to come too!

PS – Don’t worry about the ‘possibly related posts’ below. WordPress adds these automatically to blogs on this site, but they are unrelated to this Freeze.

Here’s all you need to know about the Big Freeze in Dunedin:

Where?
George St, outside the Meridian Mall. The centre of the freeze is outside the Mall, and will spread outwards from there in all directions. If extra space is needed to fit everyone freezing, it will spread along George Street. For a street-level image of the location check this map.

At 12.45pm people will meet in the alley directly opposite the Meridian Mall that links New World and Brumby’s bakery. We’ll go from there.

Freeze etiquette
Please leave plenty of space for non-freezers to stream through and keep well away from traffic. Safety first.

When
1pm sharp (but you’re encouraged to meet in the alley first at 12:45pm). If you’re worried about being late, you can sync your timepiece with the offical Freeze Clock. If you are late, we will enjoy seeing you do an exceptional morph from running human to frozen human.

How
Freeze as you please! It’s going to be a good crowd, but try not to huddle too much. The more terrain we cover the more impressive it looks.

Thanks for supporting united action on climate change this World Environment Day.

Now tell all your friends to come too!

PS – Don’t worry about the ‘possibly related posts’ below. WordPress adds these automatically to blogs on this site, but they are unrelated to this Freeze.

Here’s all you need to know about the Big Freeze in Wellington:

Where?
Lambton Quay: where it hits Grey Street. There’s a big shiny sculpture called ‘Invisible City’ – but what we’ll be doing is anything but invisible. Find some space to freeze in the pedestrian area between Espirit and the Air NZ Holiday shop, as far down as the two banks that sit on opposite sides. We’ll stretch out from that space on to the footpath of Lambton Quay in both directions.

Attention-seekers can also Freeze on the opposite side of Lambton Quay, outside the Body Shop and James Cook Arcade.

For a street-level image of the location you can check this map.

It’s going to be a very large crowd, so please spread out! If there’s snow or sleet we’ll freeze under the shop awnings, or you can be cool and freeze in the rain.

Freeze etiquette
Please leave plenty of space for non-freezers to stream through and keep well away from traffic. Safety first.

When
1pm sharp. It’s good to arrive in the area at least 5 minutes earlier, but please keep moving till we Freeze. If you’re worried about being late, you can sync your timepiece with the official Freeze Clock. If you are late, we look forward to seeing you do an exceptional morph from running human to frozen human.

How
Freeze as you please! You’ll know when to freeze when you hear the saxophone. When the saxophone sounds again, our time is up. Resume motion and smile – you’ve Done Good.

Thanks for supporting united action on climate change this World Environment Day.

Now tell all your friends to come too!

PS – Don’t worry about the ‘possibly related posts’ below. WordPress adds these automatically to blogs on this site, but they are unrelated to this Freeze.

Here’s all you need to know about joining the Big Freeze in Auckland:

Where?

Vulcan Lane. Vulcan was the Roman God of Fire and Volcanoes. So it’s Fire meets Freeze this Friday! The power of the elements combine for good effect.

It’s going to be a very large crowd, but there’s no need to huddle. You can freeze on Vulcan Lane or spill out on to Queen St (at the bottom) or High St (at the top) – spreading along those streets in both directions. The more terrain we cover the more impressive it looks. For a street-level image of the location check this map.

If there’s snow or sleet we’ll freeze under the shop awnings, or you can be cool and freeze in the rain. Fortunately the weather forecast is good.

Freeze etiquette
Please leave plenty of space for non-freezers to stream through and keep well away from traffic. Safety first.

When
1pm sharp. It’s good to arrive in the area at least 5 minutes earlier, but please keep moving till we Freeze. If you’re worried about being late, you can sync your timepiece with the official Freeze clock.

How
Freeze as you please! You’ll know when to freeze when you hear a drum. When the drum sounds again after five minutes, our time is up. Resume motion and smile – you’ve Done Good.

Thanks for supporting united action on climate change this World Environment Day.

Now tell all your friends to come too!

PS – Don’t worry about the ‘possibly related posts’ below. WordPress adds these automatically to blogs on this site, but they are unrelated to this Freeze.