char bagh garden

char bagh garden

Egyptian Statues

English flower garden - Hamilton Gardens

English Garden

Hamilton Gardens

Hamilton Gardens

Hamilton Gardens

Hamilton Gardens - Cactus Garden

Hamilton Gardens - Cactus Garden

Hamilton Gardens fountain

Hamilton Gardens Piazza

Herb Gardens

Inner City Walkway

Italian Gardens Fountain

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Lillies at Hamilton gardens

Rose gardens

Taitua Arboretum

Taitua Arboretum

Taitua Arboretum

Taitua Arboretum

Turtle Lake at the Hamilton Gardens

Top Level Hamilton Gardens

Victorian Flower Garden Greenhouse.


Arts Post building Former Post Office/Social Welfare building, Victoria St, built 1901 & 1916

Former Bank of New Zealand 117 Victoria St, built 1878 with alterations 1908

Greenslade House
1 Wellington St, built 1911-12

Hamilton Courthouse
116 Anglesea St, built 1931

Hockin House
Selwyn St built 1893

Institute Des Note Dames Des Missions
Clyde St, built c 1930s

10 Silva Cres built 1870s & 1890s

Waikato Brewery
14 Bridge St, built c 1898 and 1930

Wesley Chambers
237-257 Victoria St built 1924

The University of Waikato In Hamilton New Zealand

The Waikato Museum In Hamilton New Zealand

Waikato Hospital In Hamilton New Zealand

Yachts On The Hamilton Lake With The
Waikato Hospital New Zealand.

Balloons Over The Hamilton Lake Morning Rise.


The Ring Is Our Road.

Morrinsville's first school and the first pupils photographed in 1877.

The first teacher Mr W.M. Pooley is seated in the centre.

The children were members of the Cochrane, Walker and Ticklepenny families and the local Maori community.

The school was in Studholme Street on the banks of the Topehaehae Stream.

Matamata Piako District Council
Matamata Towncentre
Matamata-Piako District Council is made of three main town centres including Matamata, Morrinsville and Te Aroha.

The Future Proof project focuses on Morrinsville within this district.

Morrinsville is situated around 33km east of Hamilton. It has a population of around 6600, including the rural population which is a huge contributor to the local economy. Morrinsville and the surrounding area is one of the most prosperous dairy farming areas in New Zealand, and is known as the 'cream of the country'.

Despite the traditional rural nature of the town, Morrinsville has been experiencing strong growth over the past ten years. Its close proximity to Hamilton makes it a popular choice for those who want to enjoy the rural lifestyle while working in the city.


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