This kauri museum has been extended in size since I was last here. Offers up an insight into the pioneers and the milling of kauri and obtaining gum from the trees - very comprehensive detailed displays and exhibits. A great stop for people travelling up to the Bay of Islands from Auckland via Dargaville and the Hokianga Harbour. There is also an original school with its classroom and a pioneer church. Good refreshments, tea and coffee at the Gumdiggers Tearooms across the road.
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