Whanganui Regional Museum


Phone: 64 6 349 1110    

Address: War Memorial Hall, Watt Street, wanganui

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  • Welcome to the Whanganui Regional Museum - Nau mai ki Te Puni Tiaki Taonga o Whanganui Set in the heart of Whanganuis cultural centre on Queens Park, the Whanganui Regional Museum offers visitors a rare experience a journey into the hearts and minds of the people of Whanganui, and a look at their treasures, their loves and hates, their dramas and their domesticity.


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Whanganui Regional Museum

Phone: 64 6 349 1110

Address: War Memorial Hall, Watt Street, wanganui

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    Welcome to the Whanganui Regional Museum - Nau mai ki Te Puni Tiaki Taonga o Whanganui Set in the heart of Whanganuis cultural centre on Queens Park, the Whanganui Regional Museum offers visitors a rare experience a journey into the hearts and minds of the people of Whanganui, and a look at their treasures, their loves and hates, their dramas and their domesticity.


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War Memorial Tower


   

Address: Durie Hill Memorial Tower‎ Tower Crescent, Durie Hill, Wanganui 4500

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  • The War Memorial Tower was built in 1925 from fossilized shell rock and is 33.5 metres tall. It has 176 spiral steps which lead you up to the viewing platform at the top from which you can an experience an amazing 360 degree panoramic view of Wanganui. From here you can see as far as Mount Tarankai, Ruapehu and the Tasman Sea.

    Opening hours: Daily from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm


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    The War Memorial Tower was built in 1925 from fossilized shell rock and is 33.5 metres tall. It has 176 spiral steps which lead you up to the viewing platform at the top from which you can an experience an amazing 360 degree panoramic view of Wanganui. From here you can see as far as Mount Tarankai, Ruapehu and the Tasman Sea.

    Opening hours: Daily from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm


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Bastia Hill Water Tower


   

Address: Bastia Avenue, Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand

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  • The Bastia Hill tower was built in the 1920s to supply water to the newly-developing suburbs of Bastia and Durie Hills.  

    Bastia Hill tower stands higher that the War Memorial tower on Durie Hill.  The height of the bottom of the Bastia tank is 55m above the highest part of Durie Hill, giving 530kPa static pressure.

    The water tower received a thorough maintenance checkup and concrete refurbishment in the 1990s, and is still providing water over ninety years after it was built.


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Bastia Hill Water Tower


Address: Bastia Avenue, Bastia HIll, Wanganui

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    The Bastia Hill tower was built in the 1920s to supply water to the newly-developing suburbs of Bastia and Durie Hills.  

    Bastia Hill tower stands higher that the War Memorial tower on Durie Hill.  The height of the bottom of the Bastia tank is 55m above the highest part of Durie Hill, giving 530kPa static pressure.

    The water tower received a thorough maintenance checkup and concrete refurbishment in the 1990s, and is still providing water over ninety years after it was built.


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Old Cemetery Heritage Walks


   

Address: 11 Heads Road, Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand

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  • Old Cemetery Heritage Walk. Heads Road Cemetery. One of the oldest European cemeteries in New Zealand, the first burial recorded here was in November 1843. A brochure (available from the i-SITE) provides information on many significant people and events in Wanganuis history.


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Old Cemetery Heritage Walks


Address: 11 Heads Road, Wanganui

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    Old Cemetery Heritage Walk. Heads Road Cemetery. One of the oldest European cemeteries in New Zealand, the first burial recorded here was in November 1843. A brochure (available from the i-SITE) provides information on many significant people and events in Wanganuis history.


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Virginia Lake


   

Address: Virginia Lake Reserve, Saint Johns Hill, Wanganui

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  • Virginia Lake has long been one of Wanganuis top scenic attractions. Allow for a quiet walk through gracious trees, with the water alive with birds. Check out the aviary or take a stroll at dusk when the fountain lights up and the multi-coloured light beams highlight the trees.

    Virginia lake is also the home of the Winter Gardens, an Art Deco façade concealing a conservatory and three outdoor display areas in the walled garden. Admire the beautiful array of exotic flowering plants and vines, free for visitors to discover.


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Virginia Lake


Address: Great North Road, St Johns Hill, Wanganui

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    Virginia Lake has long been one of Wanganuis top scenic attractions. Allow for a quiet walk through gracious trees, with the water alive with birds. Check out the aviary or take a stroll at dusk when the fountain lights up and the multi-coloured light beams highlight the trees.

    Virginia lake is also the home of the Winter Gardens, an Art Deco façade concealing a conservatory and three outdoor display areas in the walled garden. Admire the beautiful array of exotic flowering plants and vines, free for visitors to discover.


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Whanganui Regional Museum


Phone: 06 349 1110    

Address: Whanganui Regional Museum, Watt Street, Wanganui

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  • Welcome to the Whanganui Regional Museum - Nau mai ki Te Puni Tiaki Taonga o Whanganui Set in the heart of Whanganuis cultural centre on Queens Park, the Whanganui Regional Museum offers visitors a rare experience a journey into the hearts and minds of the people of Whanganui, and a look at their treasures, their loves and hates, their dramas and their domesticity.


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Whanganui Regional Museum

Phone: 06 349 1110

Address: War Memorial Hall, Watt Street, wanganui

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    Welcome to the Whanganui Regional Museum - Nau mai ki Te Puni Tiaki Taonga o Whanganui Set in the heart of Whanganuis cultural centre on Queens Park, the Whanganui Regional Museum offers visitors a rare experience a journey into the hearts and minds of the people of Whanganui, and a look at their treasures, their loves and hates, their dramas and their domesticity.


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Queens Park


   

Address: Queens Park, Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui

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  • The cultural centre of Whanganui, Queens Park is home to the iconic Sarjeant Gallery, housing a nationally significant art collection, Whanganui Regional Museum, the Alexander Heritage Library, the Davis Central City Library and the War Memorial Centre and Veterans Steps.

    Surrounding the Queens Park buildings are green open spaces ideal for a picnic and to view the river and central city area. Queens Park is also home to Handspan, a tactile sculpture celebrating peace and featuring 4000 individual handprints.


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Queens Park


Address: Queens Park, Wanganui

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    The cultural centre of Whanganui, Queens Park is home to the iconic Sarjeant Gallery, housing a nationally significant art collection, Whanganui Regional Museum, the Alexander Heritage Library, the Davis Central City Library and the War Memorial Centre and Veterans Steps.

    Surrounding the Queens Park buildings are green open spaces ideal for a picnic and to view the river and central city area. Queens Park is also home to Handspan, a tactile sculpture celebrating peace and featuring 4000 individual handprints.


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Sarjeant Gallery


Phone: 06 349 0506    

Address: 38 Taupo Quay, wanganui

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  • " It is my desire that works of art shall be purchased or acquired on account of their intrinsic value as work of high art only and not because they are specimens of local or colonial art so that the said gallery shall be furnished with works of the highest art in all branches as a means of inspiration for ourselves and those who come after us."

    Henry Sarjeant (1830-1912) immigrated to New Zealand from England about 1860 and settled in the Wanganui Region. After his death, Henry's wife Ellen consolidated her husband's interest in the arts which had been 
    generously provided for in his Will.  This document also outlined his intention for quality.

    Henry Sarjeant's ability to grasp opportunity in a new land engendered a prosperity that enabled him to facilitate his vision for a culturally invigorating art museum and collection; an institution of national significance throughout the 20th  and 21st centuries and one commemorating his name both in  New Zealand and beyond.


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Sarjeant Gallery

Phone: 06 349 0506

Address: 38 Taupo Quay, wanganui

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    " It is my desire that works of art shall be purchased or acquired on account of their intrinsic value as work of high art only and not because they are specimens of local or colonial art so that the said gallery shall be furnished with works of the highest art in all branches as a means of inspiration for ourselves and those who come after us."

    Henry Sarjeant (1830-1912) immigrated to New Zealand from England about 1860 and settled in the Wanganui Region. After his death, Henry's wife Ellen consolidated her husband's interest in the arts which had been 
    generously provided for in his Will.  This document also outlined his intention for quality.

    Henry Sarjeant's ability to grasp opportunity in a new land engendered a prosperity that enabled him to facilitate his vision for a culturally invigorating art museum and collection; an institution of national significance throughout the 20th  and 21st centuries and one commemorating his name both in  New Zealand and beyond.


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