$25 for a family pass to the Kauri Museum Matakohe, worth $55
- Step back in time one hundred years or so and see the beautiful Kauri tree pop up again and again. Today’s deal lets you have a look inside the history of this Kiwi giant.
- Home to the largest collection of Kauri gum in the world
- The perfect insight into Northland’s pioneer past
- Valid for 2 adults and 2 kids (between 5 and 15 years old)
- Located one hour’s drive from Whangarei and 2 hours from the Auckland Harbour Bridge
Lurking in our forests are giants. They’re big, tall, green and happened to play a major part in our history. Take a walk through some Kiwi Kauri history with today’s fascinating deal.
Follow the stories of pioneer settlers in Matakohe with a tour through the Volunteer Hall featuring the world’s largest Kauri slab (at 22.5m!). Walk through the Sterling Wing, with life-size recreations of pioneer homes. Take a look at rings that show the almost unfathomable size of the largest known Kauri trees. See how Kauri timber was milled and used in the home, visit the pioneer school and marvel at the exquisite Kauri gum display.
There’s something for the kids and the adults at the Kauri Museum. With a peek into pioneer living as well as breath-taking look at the Kauri tree. The award-winning Kauri Museum is a must-see location nestled in Matakohe - a charming rural village only 2 hours from the Auckland Harbour Bridge.
So grab the kids and visit the Kauri Museum. It’ll be a trip well-worth taking!
The Nitty Gritty
Expires 31 Jan 2013. Max purchase: 5. Valid for two adults and two children. No refunds or cash back. Subject to availability.