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Alberton began as a farmhouse. Later extended to 18 rooms, with decorative verandahs and towers it became a distinctive colonial mansion, on the centre of an estate, stretching as far as the eye could see....
Take a grand 1906 building, put more than $15 million into a carefully planned restoration in 2005, and you have a breathtaking building.
The International Police Museum specialises in International Police memorabilia, vehicles and displays, as well as New Zealand Police and Ministry of Transport items.
Firth Tower Museum - this massive concrete blockhouse was built in 1880-81 when it was feared fighting was going to break out between Maori and Pakeha....
Make sure you check out this local icon, once described as ‘the prettiest church in Australasia’.
Welcome to the Whanganui Regional Museum - Nau mai ki Te Puni Tiaki Taonga o Whanganui
The Tawhiti Museum is a truly unique enterprise. The creation of artist Nigel Ogle, its attention to detail is simply stunning.
Once dubbed the Hellhole of the Pacific, these days Russell is better known for its sense of bygone charm than its bawdy sailors. It’s also home to Flagstaff Hill, a breathtaking viewpoint with a rather chequered history.