SH 22, Paerata
The Paerata Scenic Reserve is a small scale bush walk with an easy walking track and steps that meander down to a stream
Franklin: The Centre, Massey Avenue, Pukekohe
Phone: 09 237 0040
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2 Queen Street, Waiuku
Phone: 09 235 6201
Franklin: The Centre, 12 Massey Avenue, Pukekohe
Phone: 09 238 8899
Artefact Gallery Shop is Franklin's primary source for work by local artists, craftsmen, and producers of fine tourist products. We also stock exciting work by New Zealand artists including the Bone Art Collective.
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
1 Racecourse Road, Waiuku
Phone: 09 235 9489
Waiuku Golf Club, a picturesque all weather 18-hole mature golf course nestled on the shores of Auckland's Manukau Harbour. The course is located right in the heart of the historic township of Waiuku, just 45 minutes southwest from downtown Auckland
Phone: 09 233 3199
Nikau Cave is less than 90 minutes drive southwest of Auckland, New Zealand, and has thousands of glowworms and amazing formations, but no crowds.
Manukau Heads Rd, Awhitu
The Lighthouse was first built in 1874 and has been meticulously refurbished and rebuilt using pieces from the original building. It has been relocated to a new site beside the Manukau Heads Signal Station platform which has been on this site since 1865. Amazing views of the Manukau Heads and Bar can be seen from this view point.
Roulston Park, Cnr East & Stadium Drive, Pukekohe
Built in 1859 by John Martyn and garrisoned British troops during the Maori War of 1863. Furnished throughout with item of the period. Located in Roulston Park, cnr East St and Stadium Drive, Pukekohe.