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Pioneer Village

The Pioneer Village provides a time trail from the mid 1800s to the 1930s with a chapel, four houses, a post office, a museum and administration building, and gardens of the period. The houses contain furnishings and objects related to their times and the museum building display shows development of the local area, including Orewa and the Whangaparoa Peninsula from Maori occupation to timber milling to gum digging and farming. Also a large photographic collection and archive materials concerning families, institutions and activities.

Collection Type
History, Historic Site, Agriculture

Contact Details
Postal address iconP O Box 27, Orewa, Auckland
Telephone number icon64-9-426 8778

Visitor Information
Physical address iconWainui Road, Silverdale, New Zealand
Hours of operation iconSummer: Wed-Sun 10am-3pm Winter Sat-Sun 10am-3pm
Charges iconDonation

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