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Fairy Falls in the Waitakere Ranges

Fairy Falls in the Waitakere Ranges. This is the bottom part of the falls and the "bridge lookout" is visible at the top.

Spillway at Waitakere Dam, Auckland region. 1910-1926. Read about the Waitakere Ranges Water Supply System at http://www.ipenz.org.nz/heritage/documents/Waitakere%20Ranges%20Dams%20Register%20Report%20%281.5MB%291.pdf

Photograph of a spillway at the Waitakere dam, Auckland region. Photograph taken between 1910 and 1926 by an unidentified photographer.

Official opening of the Nihotupu Dam, completed 1923. A canvas canopy was erected (left), decorated with palm leaves and under-neath were trestle tables laden with drinks for the guests. http://www.aucklandmuseum.com | Auckland Museum

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Jack Bendall with his bullock team at Nihotupu. 1895. Photo JTD-13M-01001

Jack Bendall with his bullock team at Nihotupu. 1895. Photo JTD-13M-01001

Waitakere Golf Club. The land on which the course stands was owned & farmed by two families. The Walter Sisam family farmed an area which takes in most of the first nine holes while the William Meikle family farmed an area covering the majority of the back nine. Both families owned & farmed cattle through to 1925. It was then the council bought both properties as a Regional Park. It was agreed that they both could continue farming and leasing the land, which they did until 1940. On 20th…

Waitakere Golf Club. The land on which the course stands was owned & farmed by two families. The Walter Sisam family farmed an area which takes in most of the first nine holes while the William Meikle family farmed an area covering the majority of the back nine. Both families owned & farmed cattle through to 1925. It was then the council bought both properties as a Regional Park. It was agreed that they both could continue farming and leasing the land, which they did until 1940. On 20th…

Calaméo - Waitakere Ranges Foothills Design Guide

The essential design guide for anybody subdividing or building in the Waitakere Ranges Heritage Area Waitakere Ranges Foothills Design Guide

Rua-O-Te-Whenua, located a little north of the TV mast in the Waitakere Ranges. The metal dome contains a secondary surveillance radar (SSR) antenna. This is one of six spread throughout NZ to give Air Traffic Control the position and height of any aircraft within a range of 463km. The Ruaotewhenua peak, at 440m is one of the highest points in the Waitakere Ranges. It also houses VHF radio equipment. Ruaotuwhenua map http://www.topomap.co.nz/NZTopoMap/nz5579/Ruaotuwhenua/Auckland

The dome is a little north of the TV mast in the Waitakere R

Waitakare Bush Hut and Lodge

Waitakare Bush Hut and Lodge

Water Filter Station. Huia, Nihotupu and Waitakere filter stations were built between 1900 and 1930. All three are listed in the District Plan as heritage items. Source: The State of the City – Heritage, Waitakere City Council, 2002.

Water Filter Station. Huia, Nihotupu and Waitakere filter stations were built between 1900 and 1930. All three are listed in the District Plan as heritage items. Source: The State of the City – Heritage, Waitakere City Council, 2002.

Waitakere Waterfalls, Nth Island, NZ. How many? Here's 20: Toroanui, Okiritoto, Taiapa, Mokoroa, Houheria, Wainamu, Cascades, Waitakere, Marawhara, Kitekite, Karekare, Pararaha, Cowans, Nihotupu, Karamatura, Fairy Falls, White Stream, Seagull Stream, Whatipu Stream and the Esk Stream.

Waitakere Waterfalls (North Island, New Zealand)

Tram station on Waitakere Tramline Walk, overlooks the grassed 'Picnic Flat'.

Fence Line Track to Robinson Ridge Track loop, Tramping & Trail Running in Auckland, NZ

Waitakere Golf Links. 1957. Alexander Turnbull Library

Aerial view of Waitakere Go.

Bullock team clearing logs from the floor of the water supply reservoir area which is now the Waitakere Dam. 1903

Bullock team clearing logs from the floor of the water supply reservoir area which is now the Waitakere Dam. 1903

Mill worker's cottage, Mander & Bradley's Mill, near Nihotupu Auxillary Reservoir. c.1897.

Mill worker's cottage, Mander & Bradley's Mill, near Nihotupu Auxillary Reservoir. c.1897.

Waitakere Dam and reservoir before the height was raised.

Waitakere Dam and reservoir before the height was raised.

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