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Northland Firehouse Museum

Rd2, Okaihau 0476, New Zealand
+64 9-401 9295
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Firies Forever!

We live in the 'orange zone' near a National Park and greatly appreciate the efforts if... read more

Reviewed 19 January 2014
Billton
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Sydney, Australia
What a hidden gem!

This little museum was one of the highlights of our entire trip to New Zealand. Actually, it isn't... read more

Reviewed 6 February 2012
Charleytoo
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Texas
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18 Jan 2014
“Firies Forever!”
6 Feb 2012
“What a hidden gem!”
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Rd2, Okaihau 0476, New Zealand
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+64 9-401 9295
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Reviewed 19 January 2014

We live in the 'orange zone' near a National Park and greatly appreciate the efforts if firefighters in controlling bushfires, We also have a grandson who is just crazy about fire engines and firemen, so this was an absolute "must do" for us! The museum...More

Thank Billton
Reviewed 6 February 2012

This little museum was one of the highlights of our entire trip to New Zealand. Actually, it isn't that little. It's amazing what one man has done with his devotion and a lifetime of collecting. Brian Denton and his wife, Lesley, have created exceptional displays...More

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Reviewed 11 January 2012

Even for non-fireys, this is a fantastic museum. Open to all for only a donation, but give a good one as it is a great museum with heaps of displays. The building is deceptive, we just couldn't believe how big the displays were, NZ Firefighters,...More

Thank ranaroo
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