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Hayes Engineering Works
Hayes Engineering Works Hayes Engineering Works and Homestead is the site of a fascinating 1900s engineering factory, still in working order, and a quirky 1920s house and garden, home to the remarkable and hard-working Ernest and Hannah Hayes. Tour the Engineering works, homestead and numerous farm buildings, largely built from mud brick, and discover the farming inventions that were dreamed up and manufactured here by Ernest, and sold around the countryside by Hannah, New Zealand’s first female travelling saleswoman

Gilchrist's Oturehua Store
Gilchrist's Oturehua Store Perhaps the most renowned historic building in Oturehua, is Gilchrists Store, still trading today, but with an interior little changed from when first opened.

Maniototo Early Settlers Museum & Jubilee Museum
Maniototo Early Settlers Museum & Jubilee Museum These museums highlight the early history of the numerous small settlements which make up the Maniototo region.

Naseby Information & Craft Centre
Naseby Information & Craft Centre The Naseby Information Centre located in Naseby’s former Victorian Post Office is the first stop for visitors entering the township.

Ranfurly Art Deco Gallery
Ranfurly Art Deco Gallery The Centennial Milk Bar is the iconic art deco building in Ranfurly. It is located beside the I-Site (once the Railway Station) in the main street. In its heyday it was a bustling place serving hungry passengers from the trains and afternoon teas and icecreams to the locals.

Alis Jewellery Studio
Alis Jewellery Studio Ali designs & creates a range of Anglo-Pacific inspired Sterling Silver Jewellery from her studio in the old NZR Engine Shed in Ranfurly.

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