Waimate, Centre of the South, New Zealand has Edwardian buildings lining the main street of this charming peaceful country town. Tall trees and a taller concrete silo mark Waimate, a centre for farming, forestry and berryfruits.

The Whitehorse, on the Hunter Hills, is made from concrete slabs and commemorates the Clydesdale horses which were originally used to break in the land. Waimate boasts several short walks including the Waimate Walkway which leads to the Whitehorse Lookout rewarding walkers breathtaking views over the district. The lookout is also accessible by road.

To view Waimate Online Mapping
gis.waimatedc.govt.nz/exponare/gishome.aspx

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Created Dec. 3, 2009