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Ranked #1 of 7 attractions in Timaru
Category: Art Galleries; Museums
Owner description: Te Ana provides personalised, authentic Maori cultural experiences based around the rock art art sites created by our... more » Owner description: Te Ana provides personalised, authentic Maori cultural experiences based around the rock art art sites created by our ancestors. We offer guided tours of our Maori Rock Art Centre, Te Ana, and guided tours to some of the districts most stunning examples of Maori rock drawings, also known as cave art. We are a Maori owned not-for-profit organisation - 100% of the proceeds of our centre and site tours are used for the management of the rock art sites in the district. By choosing Te Ana you are helping us to protect this unique aspect of our culture for future generations. Kia ora! « less
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Ranked #2 of 7 attractions in Timaru
Category: Beaches; Outdoors
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Ranked #3 of 7 attractions in Timaru
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Ranked #4 of 7 attractions in Timaru
Owner description: Aigantighe Art Gallery is the home of art in South Canterbury. Established in 1956, its name is Scottish Gaelic for 'at home'... more » Owner description: Aigantighe Art Gallery is the home of art in South Canterbury. Established in 1956, its name is Scottish Gaelic for 'at home' and is pronounced 'egg and tie'. The gallery is open Tuesday to Friday 10am-4pm, weekends 12-4pm. The sculpture garden is always open. Entry is free. « less
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Ranked #5 of 7 attractions in Timaru
Category: Observatories/ Planetariums; Museums
Owner description: Kiwi Observatory is operated by McTague family. The observatory is a roll on - roll off type observatory. Home to a 12... more » Owner description: Kiwi Observatory is operated by McTague family. The observatory is a roll on - roll off type observatory. Home to a 12 inch and 11 inch telescopes on computer controlled mounts. We also have the facility to let you use your own camera for widefield astro photography (moonless nights). Solar observing of the sun during the day can also be arranged on request, using special H-Alpha solar telescope. All fees are donated to South Canterbury Astronomers group. « less
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Ranked #6 of 7 attractions in Timaru
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Ranked #7 of 7 attractions in Timaru
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