He Waka Tuia

He Waka Tuia sign.
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In the heart of Invercargill you’ll find art and museum space He Waka Tuia, a joint initiative between the Invercargill Public Art Gallery and the Southland Museum and Art Gallery.

E Hayes Motorworks Collection

Close up of motor cycle mechanical equipment.
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A family owned hardware store and free-to-view museum that honours motorcyclist Burt Munro and “The World’s Fastest Indian”.

St James Theatre

Close up of movie posters on a wall.
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Gore’s vibrant and electric cultural heart offers daily blockbuster screenings, live productions and a retro snack bar which delights visitors of all ages.

Eastern Southland Gallery

A bio about the artist Hotere.
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Housed in the former Carnegie Library building in Gore, the permanent collection at Eastern Southland Gallery beckons local and international art fans alike.

Te Hikoi Southern Journey

The inside of the permanent exhibition space.
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An immersive look at NZ’s south coast where a rich bi-cultural narrative pre-dates Riverton’s 1836 establishment.

Bill Richardson Transport World

An old bus.
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A menagerie of all things that ‘go’.

Hokonui Moonshine Museum

Bottle of moonshine lining a shelf.
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A museum and whiskey distillery that pays homage to the notorious Scotch-New Zealander clan the McRae, who supplied the region with some of the best whiskey distilled outside of Scotland during Prohibition, aka Hokonui Moonshine.