Akaroa firefighters with the Akaroa fire station which they deliberately set alight as the brigade is due to move to a new station next door. Pictured are, (front) Des Kotlowski, Ted McNabb (chief...
View of an emergency rescue vehicle, a Toyota Land Cruiser, for Banks Peninsula which will be based in Akaroa and manned by the Akaroa Volunteer Fire Brigade.
Growing and harvesting cocksfoot grass (Dactylis glomerata) was a major industry on Banks Peninsula from 1853 until the 1930s.
Mr Riki Tainui packing weighted curd into hoops before it is tightly packed into blocks at Barry's Bay cheese factory in Akaroa.
Mr Ian George stacking cheese blocks in the large cool store at Barry's Bay cheese factory in Akaroa.
3 photos of Akaroa village, Lighthouse, Pier, Artist.
3 photos of Akaroa village, Akaroa harbour, Water front, Dolphin Statue.
Founded by French settlers in 1840, the seaside town of Akaroa on Banks Peninsula has retained many of its historic buildings and remains a popular destination for visitors to Christchurch. Explore a...
Taken at the Akaroa French festival 2019.
From the re-enactment of the French arrival in Akaroa. Akaroa French festival 2019.
The Maori of Akaroa. Taken during the re-enactment of the French arrival.
Akaroa waterfront, sandy beach. December 1959, during my house party at Hawkin's Bach. 9 happy young people from Christchurch, enjoying the Canterbury summer sun.
Members of the University of Canterbury French club in Akaroa for Capping Week.
Protesters outside the Bruce Hotel in Akaroa demonstrating to keep the Hotel open. The crowd are listening to the MP for Lyttelton, T.M. McGuigan.
The new Akaroa Volunteer Fire Brigade fire engine, a Chevrolet Custom C35 chassis and cab, the first of its kind in New Zealand.
Exterior of the new fire station at 49 Beach Road in Akaroa.
The new fire station and vehicles at 49 Beach Road in Akaroa.
Cars parked outside the Akaroa fire station at 49 Beach Road.
View of Akaroa Harbour and township looking north from Lighthouse Road.
Prime Minister Robert Muldoon with a crowd at the relocated Akaroa Lighthouse.
Prime Minister Robert Muldoon stood on the balcony area at the relocated Akaroa Lighthouse.