Check out perhaps the prettiest visitor information site This old railway station has been restored into a gorgeous i-Site building with a lovely garden complete with tables and seats for a picnic alongside the beautiful roses.” Several places for a selfie are, a rgeous Art Deco building with either yourself in frame or someone special. Got a fedora hat and cane is even better. Perhaps outside Centinnel bar (now a museum /gift shop with a ice-cream in hand.
Maori travelled through the red tussock naming the area Maniototo ‘plains of blood’ on their search for pounamu (jade, NZ greenstone). The current name recognises the Fifth Earl of Ranfurly, Governor of New Zealand (1897–1904). The name changed from Eweburn, when the governor turned up in 1898 on the newly opened rail route. The railway line closed in 1990.
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