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    Enjoy a scenic 1 hour train ride on this world-class mountain railway. Travel through regenerating and replanted native forest, including the great Kauri, with unique pottery sculptures lining the track. The railway line includes 2 spirals, 3 short tunnels, 5 reversing points and several large viaducts as it climbs up to the mountain-top terminus. This splendid building - the 'Eyefull Tower' gives spectacular views out over the Hauraki Gulf and islands. Your driver will tell the story of our innovative ... Read more founder, the late Barry Brickell, who originally started building the railway to bring clay to the potteries. Ask to visit the Wildlife Sanctuary where predator free fencing ensures the safety of natives like Tui, Kereru (wood pigeons) and gecko. See exceptional outdoor art works as you wander the area. Distinctive works by the acclaimed artist Barry Brickell & our own potters and sculptors are on display and are available for purchase at the shop, along with souvenirs & books. Purchase ...

    The Quarry Arts Centre is a community facility dedicated to the pursuit, development and display of creative practice. The Centre provides a venue for artists to create, exhibit, discuss and advance their art. It is also a venue for art lovers to observe and share the creative experience in a tranquil, park-like setting just out of central Whangarei.

    Art classes and art therapy for children. Art classes that allow children to discover their artistic talent, develop a passion for art and explore their creativity and self-expression.

    Celebrate a Birthday, Hen party, Corporate event. Team building. Individuals, Groups welcome. Studio and Mobile Service for all occasions. Ideal for Gifts and Family Fun Mobile to Holiday Programmes. No artistic skills necessary. Brush On Fun For Everyone

    The Uxbridge Centre for Arts and Culture is situated in the heart of Howick, East Auckland.