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New Zealand Maritime History. The story of the Waihou and Ohinemuri Rivers. Their connection to Paeroa being the furtherest Inland Port in New Zealand. Furtherest Captian Cook explored inland while navigating New Zeal...

The Bluff time Museum is situated on Foreshore Road and features Bluff's Heritage. Exhibits include whaling, oystering, shipwrecks and a working steam engine from the TST Awarua. Pride of place is the oyster boat Monica...

Joseph Brain shipbuilder's family home entirely furnished with late owner's possessions. Kauri villa built 1881.

The Waipu Museum was established in 1953. Originally referred to as The House of Memories it is now the Waipu Museum. It tells the story of the Nova Scotian migrations from Scotland to Nova Scotia in 1819, then to Austra...

Presents the history of the Hokianga Harbour and its settlements and people largely through photographs and prints, maps and documents.

Located in the original stone post office built in 1877 to service the bustling port town. This collection reflects the primary industries surrounding the port. The maritime collection is comprehensive and includes Union...

To acquire, collect, preserve, record and display all matters of historical significance about the Whangaroa local area is the aim behind this museum and archive society, incorporated in 1984. The museum is totally run b...

A detailed history of the 9th oldest ship in the world - the Edwin Fox. A large collection of artefacts from on board the ship was found whilst cleaning between the frames. The Maritime Centre is located a 100 metres fr...

SORRY - THE AQUARIUM IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED FOR RENOVATION. HOWEVER THE NZ MARINE STUDIES CENTRE AT PORTOBELLO IS STILL OPEN FOR EDUCATION PROGRAMMES – SEE WWW.MARINE.AC.NZ FOR DETAILS. From seaweed and shellfish...

The Whanganui Riverboat Centre/Museum is home to Paddle Steamer Waimarie, New Zealand's only steam powered 100 year old paddle steamer. The museum tracks the history of an era when the Whanganui River was a tourist attra...

Coaltown tells the stories of the Pakeha/European settlers in the Buller District who created economic properity with the mining and export of coal. Displays: The northern Buller Bay and Westport's economy was bui...

The Timeball Station is set dramatically on the Lyttelton hills where it can be seen from any point in the inner and outer harbour. The castle-like structure was built in 1876 especially to house the time-ball, which was...

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