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370 Broadway, Stratford, New Zealand

A statue of New Zealand war hero Lieutenant Colonel William George Malone stands tall on Broadway South. The statue of the dapper soldier, facing Mt...

Taranaki Pioneer Village, Mountain Road, Stratford

Taranaki Pioneer Village opened in 1976 and offers a unique opportunity to experience an outdoor museum representing the life of Taranaki pioneers from 1850-1950. The...

Kings Theatre TET (Historic), Stratford

In June 1916, a committee called Stratford Pictures and Amusement was formed, the aim of which was to raise £8000 for the purchase of His...

Forgotten World Highway

In March 1893 surveyor Joshua Morgan, aged 35, was working in the Tangarakau Gorge when he became ill, probably with peritonitis. Two of his chainmen...

289 Broadway, Stratford

In the entrance hall of Stratford’s old municipal chambers is one of New Zealand’s most unusual war memorials. Opened in 1920 by Edward, the Prince...

Whangamomona

The small settlement of Whangamomona, buried in the hills of eastern Taranaki, declared itself a republic in 1989 and has since attained a sort of...

4237 Mountain Rd Ngaere 4393

Between 1910 and the 1930s, the Ngaere Gardens were the showcase of central Taranaki and attracted huge numbers of visitors and picnickers. The gardens were...

Highway 43

The Stratford-Okahukura Line is a secondary railway line in the North Island of New Zealand. Building the railway began at Stratford in March 1901 and...

Stratford Glockenspiel, Broadway, Stratford

Stratford's revered glockenspiel stands proud in the main street, Broadway, and is unique to New Zealand. Shakespeare’s most famous star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet, emerge for...

Percy Thomson Gallery, Miranda Street, Stratford

Percy Thomson Gallery is Stratford's public art gallery and was opened in June 2002 following a bequest to the District by former mayor and businessman...