The All That Remains exhibition is made possible by the following organisations who have contributed to this project.
Cambridge Museum’s focus is on “Bonding People with Place.” We have an extensive collection of artefacts and archives relating to the history of Cambridge, its districts and people. Our volunteers work with our two paid staff to build a rich archival resource of particular interest to students, family and social historians.
Mataura Historical Society Incorporated
Our collection reflects Mataura’s rich industrial and farming heritage. We are based in Clematis Cottage which is a small restored working family’s home, built in the mid 1880s.
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
Te Papa is New Zealand’s national museum and a recognised world leader in interactive and visitor-focused museum experiences. New Zealand’s geology and natural environment and the stories of New Zealand’s indigenous people, the Mäori, are celebrated in Te Papa’s permanent exhibitions, while Te Papa’s Marae is a vibrant contemporary meeting house and a living communal centre, unique in a museum.
New Zealand Cricket Museum
Established in 1987, the New Zealand Cricket Museum is located at Wellington’s iconic Basin Reserve. Highlighting that there’s more to cricket than Tests and tea breaks, exhibits show the game’s development since its early-1800s introduction into New Zealand summers. Highlights include one of the world’s oldest bats, a tiger, and gear used by NZ legends like Bert Sutcliffe, Trish McKelvey, Sir Richard Hadlee, Maia Lewis and Stephen Fleming.
North Otago Museum
Situated in the 1882 historic Athenaeum building, the museum has nationally significant collections; The Willetts Collection of taonga tuku iho o Waitaha and the Temuka Pottery Collection. The Community Archive is used by genealogists and historians from throughout New Zealand and houses documents and photos from the North Otago region.
Owaka Museum and Catlins Information Centre Wahi Kahuika – the Meeting Place – a rest on your journey. A community museum in the picturesque Catlins.
Te Awamutu Museum
Come and explore Waipa’s rich social history at the Te Awamutu Museum. Travel down the Path of War of the Waikato campaign in the New Zealand Wars. Discover the music of the Finn brothers and how they rose to international fame as Split Enz. Our redeveloped Tangata Whenua gallery displays taonga of the Tainui people who settled in the area and there’s hours of fun for the whole family in Kidz Space, our interactive playground.
Waimate Museum and Archives
Formerly the Waimate Courthouse (1879-1979), the Museum, which is set within a garden setting is part of a complex consisting of 12 separate buildings housing an extensive range of exhibits depicting the Waimate District. The Archive research facilities include local government records, local history books, newspapers, documents and photographs.