Our Places

Masterton

Masterton is the largest town in Wairarapa, its 19,500 accounting for nearly half the population of the region.

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Carterton

Carterton, the daffodil capital of New Zealand, is Wairarapa’s second largest town.


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Greytown

Greytown is the North Island's oldest planned inland town.

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Featherston

Featherston was an important railway town in the days of steam locomotives

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Martinborough

Martinborough was planned in the shape of the Union Jack.

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Henley Lake

Henley Lake is a popular recreation area in Masterton.

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Lighting The Way

The Castlepoint lighthouse has been guiding shipping for over 100 years.

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The Eight-Year House

The wharenui at Te Ore Ore marae has a name that recalls is origins.

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Papawai

Papawai marae, near Greytown, was the centre of the Maori Parliament movement in the late 1890s, and one of the most important gathering places for Maori from all over New Zealand.

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Middle Run Daffodils

Middle Run daffodils have been popular with the crowds for over fifty years.

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