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The location, size and style of the venue ensure its popularity with many touring shows. It is an important focal point for the arts and entertainment, making a significant contribution to the lifestyle of the district.
This substantial Victorian theatre has been on the Stafford Street, Timaru site since 1877. The auditorium is world class with a warm ambience. A 1993 refurbishment included creation of a welcoming spacious entrance foyer filled with light, featuring two marble staircases leading to an upper floor reception area, and spectacular stained glass window depicting the Timaru District Council’s coat of arms.
We ski and ride the Arrowsmiths, a mighty glaciated mountain range running parallel to the Main Divide of the Southern Alps.
Methven Heliskiing's ski and snowboard packages include multi-day heliski trips, and private charter heliskiing. The standard heliski package features 5 incredible runs in New Zealand's Southern Alps.
Operating 01 July to 30 September 2018
Discover the stories of Māori rock art at our tribal Rock Art Centre. See the most significant collection of ancient Māori rock art in New Zealand. Share tribal stories and traditions with our local Māori guides. Enjoy our incredible interactive exhibition: experience the terrifying attack of Pouākai, the world’s largest eagle which roamed the skies more than 500 years ago; shelter in the ‘Cave of the Taniwha’ where the rock art is created before your eyes then takes on a life of its own! Deepen your knowledge of Maori rock art on our rock art site tours as our guides share the stories of our ancestors on the same trails that they once traveled. Journey with us to these cherished places and let the past come to life at a group of treasured rock art sites. Follow in the footsteps of our ancestors; learn how they lived and why we treasure their legacy today. Our role as rock art guardians Te Ana is a non-profit organization - all funds from our Centre and tours are used for the Māori rock art and the revitalisation of the aspect of our tribal culture. By joining us at Te Ana you are helping to protect this our precious tribal legacy for the generations to come.
Its name is Scottish Gaelic for ‘at home’ and is pronounced ‘egg and tie’.
The Aigantighe holds an extensive permanent collection of New Zealand and international art from the 16th century to the present day. Its collection of British Victorian paintings is particularly strong, while national favourites Charles Goldie, Frances Hodgkins and Colin McCahon are also very well represented.
A continually changing display of works from this collection is shown in the original Edwardian house, which initially formed the art gallery when it was donated to the city in 1956.
The modern wing displays the work of local artists and also hosts travelling exhibitions from around the country. The gallery offers plenty of activities for children, from art books and drawing materials to dress-ups and art hunts.
Aigantighe Art Gallery’s park-like grounds are always open to the public, featuring a wide variety of permanent sculptures set amongst established trees and gardens. The gallery is open Tuesday to Friday 10am – 4pm, Weekends 12 – 4pm. Entry is free.
Glenmark Holiday Park is situated on Beaconsfield Road which is just off State Highway 1 at the southern boundary of Timaru city. It is only a 3-minute drive to the city centre.
April and Ian Clifford welcome you to their quiet, friendly camp set in a relaxed rural setting and ideal for that family holiday.
We have a choice of motel self-contained units, kitchen and standard cabins. In addition we offer a choice of sheltered tent and caravan sites.
There is accommodation to suit all budgets and we can also inform you about the local attractions and activities around Timaru.
Just one hour’s comfortable drive from Christchurch International Airport, Abisko accommodation offers travellers a wide range of facilities to suit most budgets.
We have one of Methven's LARGEST ranges of accommodation available to you - we are sure to have an option that suits you best.
Located a mere one minute stroll from the Methven village centre with all its charm and specialist boutique shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs makes Abisko Lodge the smart choice in “hassle free” accommodation for your stay in Methven.
Choose from 13 comfortable ensuite rooms in the lodge or one of our well-appointed, self-contained two or three bedroom apartments. Campers can select from 18 powered campsites suitable for tents or motorhomes.
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