09 238 8404
595 Front Miranda Road, Waitakaruru
Phone: 07 8673055
1 hr South East of Auckland. Unwind in the Southern Hemisphere's largest outdoor thermal mineral pool. Sit in the Sauna / Spa pool and feel the stress melt away.
Private thermal mineral spa pools.
Orere Matingarahi Road, Tapapakanga
A coastal farm park located on the Firth of Thames, south of Orere Point. Sandy accessible pohutakawa-edged beach, rich in Maori and European history, camping available. A coastal walkway to hilltop affords spectacular views over the Firth of Thames
Pokeno Road, Pokeno
Queen's Redoubt, Pokeno, is an historic place of great importance with the New Zealand Wars marking a huge change in the history of this country. The key campaign was the struggle for the Waikato and the Queen's Redoubt was the launching pad for the July 1863 British invasion, which began the Waikato War.
Franklin: The Centre, 12 Massey Avenue, Pukekohe
Phone: 09 238 8899
Thanks to the generous support of New Zealand Steel, the Gallery in Franklin: The Centre provides a flexible exhibition space with international-standard facilities. FACT hires the Gallery, in portions or as a whole, to artists, clubs, non-profit organisations.
09 232 8798
85 Edinburgh Street
Phone: +64 9 237 0216
Now in Pukekohe, after many years without, our own movie cinema. Cinema3 is open!
09 235 9489
East Coast Road, Miranda
Phone: 09 232 2781
Renowned migratory wading birds from home and abroad. Unique Wrybill all year round. Visitor & Natural History Information Centre. Bunkroom and motel unit accommodation.
Franklin: The Centre, Massey Avnue, Pukekohe
Phone: 09 237 0040
Books | Magazines | CDs | DVDs | Audio Books | Internet | Faxing | Photocopying | Book repairs | Franklin history | Children's programmes | Housebound services
+64 09 2947567
Contact: Waiuku Visitor Centre, King Street, Waiuku
Phone: 09 235 8924
Today visitors can follow a Heritage trail through the town and relive the past at the pioneer museum open weekends and public holidays. Nearby the Glenbrook Vintage Railway delights children of all ages on a 12km journey through the countryside.