15 results for "Otago"


Otago

Visit Tohu Whenua heritage sites in Otago.

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Ophir Post Office

Located inthe heart of the village, the Ophir Post Office is one of Central Otago’s most photographed buildings.

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Matanaka

Five of New Zealand's oldest surviving European farm buildings sit at Matanaka, including a schoolhouse, barn, storehouse, stables, and communal loo.

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Clarks Mill

Built of Oamaru stone, Clarks Mill was one of the country's first flour mills and can still be switched on today.

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Introduction

Founded in 1840 by Sydney-based sealer and whaler, Matanaka has five historic timber buildings and is still an active farm today.

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Historic Hayes

The homestead of the original Kiwi innovator, Ernest Hayes. The complex includes stables and a dairy in addition to the works and homestead.

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Introduction

A great example of colonial engineering, Clarks Mill is built from Oamaru stone and would run 24 hours a day.

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Otago

Visit some of the country’s key heritage sites with Pouhere Taonga Heritage New Zealand in Otago.

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Introduction

Visit the Ophir Post office and you'll find the original letterboxes, the old cash box and vintage safe, scales, stamp pads and pidgeonholes.

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Dunedin

Pouhere Taonga Heritage New Zealand heritage sites in Dunedin include wildlife, heritage buildings, and incredible museum collections.

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Totara Estate

Take a guided tour of Totara Estate's Oamaru stone farm buildings and enjoy traditional country baking and tea.

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Introduction

Totara Estate sent the world's first shipment of frozen meat in 1882, and was the prototype for the modern meat work.

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Introduction

Ernest Hayes was an innovator, devising and manufacturing a series of brilliantly handy agricultural tools to help time-poor farmers' lives easier.

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Thursdays at the mill

These blokes have met weekly at the mill for 15 years, with the ambition of bringing the old mill back to life.

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