Pottery for Kids - Otaki (5512)

Otaki, the Wellington Region

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Efil Doog Garden Of Art ecoPark
Efil Doog Garden of Art & eco Park is NZunique Garden setting with Ponds, streams, glow worms and sculptures and forest/bush covering 268 acre (108 Ha) Featuring a large Rhododendron collection in the 11.5 arce (4.4 Ha) of Gardens and is one of the founding “Garden of Regional Significance” awarded by the New Zealand Garden Trust. The Efil Doog Gardens are at Cloustonville in the Akatarawa Valley (near Upper Hutt, Wellington – 12 km from State Highway 2 and 22 km from State Highway 1 from ...

Other kids activities - in and around Otaki (5512) (within 5km)

Otaki Museum s housed in the restored 1918 BNZ building on Main Street. t carries out a number of activities: * tells Otaki's stories through a changing exhibition programme *researches the history of Otaki and the surrounding district *collects objects, stories, and images of interest * has an extensive photographic collection and many early copies of the town's newspaper, the Otaki Mail * holds archival material relating to the town, including records from Otaki School and the Otaki Borough ...
Kapiti Cycles specialises in bicycle services, repairs, accessories and sales. They are certified cycle technicians who are keen to provide you and your bike with quality workmanship and exceptional services. Opening hours are 8am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday, and Saturdays 8am to 1pm. Owned and operated by Paul Cockburn, a bike enthusiast with over 17 years in the industry, you can confidently trust Kapiti Cycles to treat your bike with the same level of care irrespective of the size of the job. Kapiti ...
Cello Lessons in Palmerston North and Otaki. Sasha Routh BA(Hons)Music, PGCE. I studied cello performance at Dartington College of Arts in Devon, I graduated in 1986 and qualified as a teacher at Bretton Hall College in Wakefield in 1989. I am a trained Suzuki Cello teacher. I am also a registered Music Teacher (IRMT) I taught Cello and Double Bass in schools in County Durham before moving to New Zealand in 2002. I currently teach at schools in Palmerston North and at my studio at Square ...
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