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The Wairoa District Heritage Museum situated at 142 Marine Parade Wairoa opened at the present site in 2001. It is housed in the old Union Bank of Australia building which is registered with the NZ Historical Places Trus...

Visit a reproduction of an 18th century Maori fishing village built in the traditional way using native materials. Explanatory noticeboards feature on each building and all plants are labelled with notes describing medic...

This project belongs to the community. The Trust is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to developing a permanent museum of the highest standard which collects, preserves, restores and interprets aspects of agricultu...

In 1958, concern was being expressed that some older tractors were being collected and taken out of the West Otago area. Mr Murray Rodger and Mr Bill Thomson called a meeting in the Kelso Hall in February 1958 to discu...

Fondly described as “relentless red rattlers”, Wellington’s cable cars have transported people between the harbour and the hills for more than 100 years and are now an iconic image and popular tourist attraction for the ...

Pioneer Hall is used to house a small collection of early photographs - and other material, about the Lincoln district.

Established in 1984 to preserve existing blacksmith's shop complete with all associated tools and equipment. Five buildings on site including slab and adzed frame early settlers hut. Original blacksmith's shop and cottag...

PATAKA is dedicated to celebrating our heritage & showcasing Maori, Pacific Island, New Zealand and international art & culture. Pataka has five main galleries with over 14 major exhibitions annually, offering a range of...

Reyburn House Art Gallery in Whangarei houses and displays the Northland Society of Arts (NSA) permanent collection of Northland artists. More than 50 artists are represented including Dimock, Morley, Sutherland, Tapper,...

Full military memorabilia from as far back as the Boer War and the Mäori Wars. Special interest for children are ship models, military medals, naval displays and weapons.

An extensive range of New Zealand Social History set out in 9,000 sq ft of buildings.

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