12 Massey Avenue, Pukekohe
Phone: 09 238 8899
Franklin Arts Centre provides a space for the local community to experience visual arts on a year round basis through two gallery spaces.
The New Zealand Steel Gallery provides a professionally curated space which features the work of nationally and internationally known artists in exhibitions for durations of six weeks.
The Community Gallery's function is to offer a professional art space specifically for local artists - both emerging and experienced - and provides a platform for the sale of their work and the opportunity to develop an understanding of professional art practice.
The workshop functions as a rentable space promoting creative activity through direct engagement.
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 email@example.com or phone 021 358 520
354 Paparata Road, Bombay
Phone: 09-236 0171
High on a hill, 4 kms from the motorway at 354 Paparata Road Bombay in the Franklin district is where we have made our home and where we have our alpacas and shop.
Onewhero-Tuakau Bridge Road, Onewhero
Harker Reserve is a QEll protected Native bush. The shaded walking path leads from Punt Hill to Vivian falls. Horses & Dogs on leads are accepted on the track
The Reserve is home to the Vivian Falls, a 12m “horsetail” waterfall, where you can relax and take in the peace of the native bush scenery.
13 King St, Waiuku
Phone: 09 235 8698
A pioneer museum providing permanent displays and changing exhibitions of local history. Contact the museum on 09 235 8698. Hartmann House situated next to the museum has an excellent range of handicrafts for sale.
72 George Street, Tuakau
Phone: 09 236 9680
Ghezzie Rd, Waiuku Forest
13km south of Waiuku, at the mouth of the Waikato River is the Waiuku Forest. Owned by Crown Forestry and managed by New Zealand Forest Managers, the forest covers 1508 ha and is planted in Pinus Radiata.
Also at the forest is the New Zealand Steel
12 Rangiriri Road, Rangiriri
Phone: 07 826 3667
We have displays and an audio visual telling the story of the Early New Zealand Land War History of Rangiriri.
To view our museum trails, visit http://www.hamiltonwaikato.com/media/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/HWT9156-Museum-Trail-Brochure-v15.pdf
07 825 4756