Far North Regional Museum (Te Ahu Heritage)

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This small museum features displays relating to local history. These include the de Surville anchor, which was left in New Zealand in 1769, earlier than any other item of European origin. The other main attraction at the Far North Regional Museum is a replica of the ancient Kaitaia carving.

In 2012, the museum relocated to the new Te Ahu Centre (next to the InterCity coach stop and i-SITE Visitor Information Centre).


Our address

Address:
Corner Matthews Avenue and South Road, Kaitaia 0410
Bus Kerikeri
Telephone (09) 408 9454
Website www.teahuheritage.co.nz
    Open Mon–Fri 8.30am–5pm

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