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Moa sculpture by Sam Dunlop.
Sam Dunlop's moa sculpture can be seen from the historic river landing which is close to the intersection of Beach Road and Main Road in Katikati. The spectacular moa stands 4.2m
2011
The Macmillan Story mural (Katikati.
Captain Donald Macmillan was an early Katikati settler. George Vesey Stewart was seeking settlers for Te Puke, so the family joined the May Queen and arrived in Tauranga in December 1881. The family stayed
2011
John Hamilton (1835-1892.
John and Rachel Hamilton (née Lennard) were one of the seventy-seven foundation families of Katikati. They arrived in Auckland, New Zealand with their children aboard the ‘Ocean Mail’ on 23 November 1875. The family were part
2011, 1880, 1890
Ellen McCormack's 80th Birthday (2015.
Image: Lee Switzer.
2015
Ellen McCormack's 80th Birthday (2015.
Photo: Lee Switzer.
2015
Katikati book launch cake (2013.
Image: Courtesy of Lee Switzer. Cake making and decorating: Debbie McCauley.
2013
Posters advertising the book launch (2013.
Image: Courtesy of Lee Switzer.
2013
Ellen McCormack and Christine Clement holding their book (2013.
Image: Courtesy of Lee Switzer. Christine is wearing her New Zealand Suffrage Centennial Medal (1993).
2013
Ellen McCormack and Christine Clement cutting the book launch cake (2013.
Image: Courtesy of Lee Switzer. Christine is wearing her New Zealand Suffrage Centennial Medal (1993).
2013
Katikati Domain Board (29 January 1915.
Two men standing at the very back: Tom Gregory, William Andrews. Middle Row: Charlie Dunne, Robert Wilson, James Lockington (senior), S. Hunt, George Vesey Stewart, Frank Pritt, Noble Johnston (senior).
2015
First Katikati A & P Show (1913.
Image: Tauranga City Libraries Donor: Mrs Claude Hume Back Row: Stephen Norris, Jack Mortensen, Joshua Leech (schoolteacher), Walter Hume, Edward Earl, Charles Crabbe, William Andrews (1839-1914), Norman Blomquist (factory manager), Keith
2015
John Donald Macmillan (1924.
Image: Ellen McCormack.
2015
Katikati ANZAC Day Parade (1947.
W & K Purcell Brothers: ANZAC day parade going the opposite way to the way they march today with the Katikati Theatre in the background. Courtesy of Bill Purcell via Val
2014
Katikati Theatre Extension (1947.
KW & K Purcell Brothers: Katikati Theatre being extended. Courtesy of Bill Purcell via Val Baker.
2014