Rewinding the clock at Ongaonga | Local Focus published this video item, entitled “Rewinding the clock at Ongaonga | Local Focus” – below is their description.

At the end of the 19th century, the Liberal Government’s policies forced the breakup of large landholdings in New Zealand. This lead to an influx of settlers in the already-thriving Central Hawke’s Bay town of Ongaonga.

Nowadays Ongaonga Museum shines a light on the days when this small town boomed.

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