Patron  Sir  Jon  Trimmer
Administered by the Paekakariki Station Precinct Trust










Paekakariki Signal Box Restoration Project

SIGNAL BOX OPENING 6th August 2008



EFCA - Paekakariki Branch 1911
- from the Clio Pepperell collection

Paekakariki Railway Refreshment Rooms
- Photo By Deborah Leanne Dixon

A busy scene at the Paekakariki railway station 1929-
from the NZR collection

The photographs above have been reproduced by the Paekakariki Station Trust
as postcards and are available from the Museum



 Paekakariki Surf Lifeguards - Centenary Celebrations 2013



The Paekakariki Station Precinct Trust shall work to acquire, develop and administer the venue of the Railway Station Precinct at Paekakariki for recreational, historic preservation, tourism, education, cultural and other allied or supporting activity.

The Paekakariki Station Precinct Trust's Museum is located in the Paekakariki Station building adjacent state highway 1.

The Museum is open to the public Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays or by prior arrangement. between the hours of 11:00am and 3:00pm




The Secretary
Paekakariki Station Museum
P.O.Box 57
New Zealand

Click map to see museum location


Click map to see museum location


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Keep off the Tracks!

The only safe ways to cross the tracks is by using a subway, pedestrian level crossing or overbridge. It may be further to walk to an overbridge or subway, but it’s a small price to pay for safety where trains are concerned.


Last Updated 04/11/2013