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In the old police barracks at No. 1 Ponsonby Road, Artstation houses a community gallery showing art from the diverse communities within Auckland City. It is funded by Auckland City's Recreation and Community Services an...

Te Whare Akoranga o Te Pane o Mataoho' - Mangere Mountain Education Trust Mangere Mountain Education Centre takes groups for an LEOTC experience on one of the best preserved volcanic cones in Auckland, Mangere Mountai...

THE HUIA SETTLERS MUSEUM was opened in 1984 and is owned and operated by the local community. This museum, in a scenic location, features primarily the settler farming history of Huia, Cornwallis, Parau, Laingholm, Whati...

The New Zealand Arthropod collection is the world's foremost collection of insects and their relatives from New Zealand. It is a research collection with links to most biosystematic research institutes.

A general local museum with an emphasis on showing how people lived in Papatoetoe. Material held includes - a collation of information on Local Body members, schools as they developed, the origin and meaning of street na...

The actual building of Couldrey House and what successive owners have done with it is more interesting than its Victorian authenticity'. It produces an effect of great charm as a Victorian country house and is an interes...

The museum which includes the society's administration and meeting room is an historic building relating to the railway history of New Zealand. It is over 123 years old and the original and only Onehunga Railway station....

The Waiheke Island Historic Village is operated by the Waiheke Island Historical Society Inc. The site is overlooked by Te Putiki O Kahu, a fortified Maori settlement first inhabited 700 years ago. The collection of arti...

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