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
2141 Awhitu Road, Pollok
Phone: 09 2352225
The Pollok Arts and Crafts Co-op presents arts and crafts mainly from the Awhitu Peninsula. These range from fine art, glassware, ceramics, jewellery, fabric art, right through to cards and organic foodstuffs.
Bombay - Pokeno
Take a walk through some of our local farmland on the Mt William walkway. From the summit (369 metres) views extend from the West Coast to the Firth of Thames
85 Edinburgh Street
Phone: +64 9 237 0216
Now in Pukekohe, after many years without, our own movie cinema. Cinema3 is open!
80 Queen Street, Waiuku
Waiuku is the place to go to enjoy an enchanting Christmas Wonderland, from 28th November to 24th December
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.
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
09 233 6722
07 825 4756
Franklin: The Centre, 12 Massey Avenue, Pukekohe
Phone: 09 238 8899
The New Zealand Steel Gallery is an Auckland Council curated space that presents the best of contemporary New Zealand art to the Franklin region.
Thanks to the generous support of New Zealand Steel, these galleries in Franklin: The Centre, Pukekohe, provide a flexible exhibition space with international-standard facilities