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Guardians of the Kauri story, past, present and future.
Ngā kaitiaki ō ngā kauri kōrero ō nehera, ō wātu me te wāheke.

Located midway between Auckland and the Bay of Islands in the north of New Zealand, The Kauri Museum tells some of the stories of New Zealand’s largest and most famous tree.


Far more than a museum of timber, the museum has stories of the Māori of the north eastern Kairpara, of European pioneers, of foresters and sawmillers, gum diggers and farmers, and of business people, fishers and the families who have made this area their home.

National Poetry Day Entry Form

The Kauri Museum is celebrating Phantom National Poetry Day with a Poetry Competition for residents of the Kaipara and Northland Districts.
This is the third year we have run this competition – this year the theme for your work should be On the Shores of the Kaipara.
The competition runs 24th July to 14th August. Finalists will be announced on 20 August, then the Winner announced on Phantom National Poetry Day 27 August at a live performance event at the Museum.
Send up to four poems on any topic. Up to two poems per entrant may be published on the Kauri Museum facebook page.


Entry details:

Free to enter.

Open to all Kaipara and Northland Districts residents aged 18 and over.
Submit your poems and contact details by email to events@kaurimuseum.com.

Limit of four poems per entrant.

Submission Dates: 24 July – 14 August 2021
Contact: events@kaurimuseum.com.

WOOD PANELS

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SCHOOL HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES

Explore the Museum these School holidays, and kids get in FREE with a paying adult. Loads to see and do, and a café for lunch as well.