|Masterton Visitor Information Centre|
|315 Queen Street, Masterton|
|Phone: 06 370 0909|
Daffodil Spring Carnival
The Middle Run Daffodil Field will be open to the public for picking, at a small charge. There will also be street stalls in Carterton’s High Street and a steam passenger train will run between Wellington and Carterton.
Sunday 9 September, all day
Carterton, Middle Run
Contact: Philip Vallance, 06 378 6268 or email@example.com (www.carterton.org.nz)
Heritage Garden Party
A garden party in colonial village surroundings, with afternoon tea, live entertainment, and patrons and guests dressed in 19th-century style.
Saturday 10 November, 2.30pm
169 Main Street, Greytown
Contact: Philip Vallance, 06 378 6268 or firstname.lastname@example.org (www.cobblestones.org.nz)
Wairarapa Branch of Heritage Roses NZ Inc
Our Legacy of Old Roses
A talk by George Pratt, Tasman Bay Rose Nursery.
Sunday 19 August, 2pm. Admission: $4, with afternoon tea provided.
Ranfurly Club, corner of Essex and Chapel Streets, Masterton
Contact: Doreen Jolly, 06 377 5922
Wairarapa Railway Restoration Society
A display of images of New Zealand railway station gardens of bygone days, with some overseas content.
Sundays throughout October and until 18 November. 11am-4pm
Carterton Railway Station, corner Wheatstone Street
Contact: Philip Vallance, 06 378 6268 or email@example.com
Daysh House Garden
Situated west of Clareville, Carterton District, in the Wairarapa.
Open for viewing by appointment.
Group visits are welcome. Charges: $5 per person, children accompanied by parents free.
Bill Edginton & Gary Morrris, ph. (06) 379 5690 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .