1 mile South of Kaiaua on the Firth of Thames
Situated 1 mile south of Kaiaua on the Firth of Thames. A Century old handsawn Kauri woolshed museum, displaying original hand tools, artifacts and equpment from Rangipo Station.
The Museum has a stunning example of one of New Zealand's largest pre-european Pa Sites. An easy drive to the top car park, with 3 minute walk to the top rewards you with a specatcular 360degree view. Bookings essential. $8.00 per person. Kids free.
Contact Rob ahead of time to arrange a time to visit. email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 021 358 520
Town Wharf area, Bottom of Queen St, Waiuku
The George Doherty Green is located on the Tamakae Reserve in Waiuku. On the reserve is assembled a cluster of heritage buildings including Hartmann House, which houses the local arts and crafts co-op selling top quality and varied crafts and gifts.
Facepainter available for children`s parties and Christmas parties.
654 Karaka Rd, Karaka, Auckland 2578
Phone: 09 294 8822
Cafe: Lounge Bar: Pro Shop Play at one of Auckland's top golf clubs and one of New Zealand's best championship courses. New members are welcome for our Junior Academy, 9 hole members, mid week and full playing memberships are available.
East Pukekohe Community Hall and Buckland Hall
We offer Dance Tuition in Modern Ballroom, Latin American, Rock'N'Roll, Street Latin and New Vogue for Adults, Children, Weddings, Schools and Social Groups.
09 235 9960
Phone: 0800 Go By Kayak
We specialise in outdoor eco adventure activites for all ages. From canoeing, kayaking, caving and abseiling to mountain biking and bushcraft / navigation.
85 Edinburgh Street
Phone: +64 9 237 0216
Now in Pukekohe, after many years without, our own movie cinema. Cinema3 is open!
12 Rangiriri Road, Rangiriri
Phone: 07 826 3663
We have displays and an audio visual telling the story of the Early New Zealand Land War History of Rangiriri.