Kiwi North - Whangarei Museum, Kiwi House & Heritage Park
An indoor/outdoor museum of natural and human history, taonga Māori, live flora and fauna, historic buildings. Set on a sub tropical bush-clad 25 hectare park including a nocturnal Kiwi house, 1886 "Glorat" the Clarke family kauri homestead on original site, 1859 Oruaiti Chapel, 1900s Riponui Pah Schoolroom, original jail cells for Whangarei women, Jane Mander study.
PO Box 10-135, Te Mai, Whangarei 0140
Director Operations - Allie Fry Collections Curator/Registrar - Natalie Brookland Exhibitions Curator - Georgia Kerby
State Highway 14, Maunu, Whangarei
Entry to Park free, admission to Museum & Kiwi House: $20 - Adult $15 - Adult Student $15 - Senior Citizen $5 - Child at school FREE - pre-schooler children Family and group discounts available
Other FacilitiesVintage Restoration Clubs and special interest societies on site as tenants.
POP parking NZMCA
Community event days
Venue hire - meetings, weddings, etc.