Silverdale Pioneer Village
Museum and Gardens
15 Wainui Road, Silverdale
Explore our Time Trail of buildings from the 1860s to the 1930s.
Picnic in our spacious grounds and browse through the
displays in our heritage houses
Check out our large collection of early photos of the area or our
collection of family archives.
10.00 a.m.- 3.00 p.m.
December, January and February: Every day except Tuesday
March - November Saturday and Sunday only
Groups: Any day by arrangement
Talk and Tour and Morning Tea available
Contact us for group pricing
School Visits: Special programmes are
available for school visits
Publications for Sale:
“Why the Hibiscus” Place names of the Hibiscus Coast by Robin Grover $15 (p&p $2)
“Alias the Wade” – a history of early Silverdale by Robin Grover $5 (p&p $2)
"Makers of the Wade" by Robin Grover $34.95
A fascinating in depth social history of Silverdale before 1911
The Pioneer Village is operated by the Silverdale & Districts Historical Society Inc.
P.O. Box 27, Orewa, 0946
Tel: 09 426 8272
President: Don McErlich
Secretary: Peter Odendaal
Friday 5 June, 11.00 am
Entry Gold coin donation
Winter lecture at the Pioneer Village
Caryl Haley – "On a Sheep's Back" - How medieval monks in England made their wealth from sheep and how that wealth influenced language and culture around the world.
Friday 3 July, 11.30am
Midwinter lunch at the Bistro Bar, Dairy Flat - 11.30 am for 12 noon
After lunch speaker: Brian Mullen "Maritime Meanderings"
Tel: 09 424 8615 to book