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Islands of the Gulf - Waiheke

Television (Full Length Episode) – 1964

Colin Lamond
Colin Lamond
16 Oct 2013 - 07.26pm
The Sea Scout in center of boat is Jim Burns who was Penguin patrol leader when I was in 1st Waiheke Sea scouts and met again at his mum's memorial service this year.Now lives in Queenstown
Julie Brown
Julie Brown
29 Jun 2013 - 03.08pm
This brought back lots of lovely memories of my childhood on beautiful Waiheke..... saw lots of familar faces....My ancestors..The Brown and Hooks family were two of the pioneering families on Waiheke and I often wonder what they would think of the island now in 2013. Although much of it has changed I am always happy when I am back there and see some of the original houses still there. It is paradise.
kay mackie
kay mackie
25 Jul 2012 - 06.53pm
very interesting reading book my mother doris hooks was brought up there an i remember lots of stories my grandad jimmy hooks told me as a child remember visiting the old hooks homestead as a child where uncle palley an aurthur lived i have also been by boat to hooks bay an seen my great grandfathers grave i have lots of good memories of surfdale thank you so much for bringing it all back.i now have the book waiheke pioners which is also agreat book
Lynette
Lynette
27 Jun 2012 - 07.37pm
Very interesting to watch and see how the island was back then.
Monty Tawhai
Monty Tawhai
26 Jun 2012 - 10.42am
What a historical account of the day with no pretence or made to look good. Whaea Shirley Maddock certainly was admired by the people as well as valued the work she did. Mont from Mot(was still at school at the time Waiheke DHS)
Sonia Macleod
Sonia Macleod
26 Sep 2011 - 09.50am
Absolutely delightful!!
Glen Adams
Glen Adams
9 Sep 2011 - 03.07pm
Interesting to compare developments since 1965.
Glen Adams (Waiheke Island)
Carlos Valdivieso
Carlos Valdivieso
26 Aug 2011 - 01.43pm
Wonderful. Thanks a lot.
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