Stone Store Re-pins

A collection of re-pinned photos of the iconic Stone Store, Kerikeri, New Zealand. Thank you for your wonderful snaps!
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Kerikeri, New Zealand - Wow, what a beautiful picture of Kerikeri mission Station!

Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, Northland, New Zealand - beautiful place ~

The first weatherboard home in New Zealand was Kemp House, built in Kerikeri in 1820-21. This house still stands today.

The first weatherboard home in New Zealand was Kemp House, built in Kerikeri in This house still stands today.

Kerikeri, NZ - Although small and easily missed.  This is by far one of my favorite small towns.  Quaint, quiet, and peaceful.  Loved It

Kerikeri, NZ - Although small and easily missed. This is by far one of my favorite small towns. Quaint, quiet, and peaceful.

#JetsetterCurator. Visit the stone store and kemp house in Kerikeri, NZ. The oldest European structures in NZ.

Cabo San Lucas Things to Do – Attractions & Must See

Visit the stone store and kemp house in Kerikeri, NZ. The oldest European structures in NZ.

The Stone Store, Kerikeri, New Zealand - this place has the best old fashioned lollies!

These houses usually tend to be haunted, but I love it

Kerikeri, the largest town in the Northland Region of New Zealand.  (picture is of the Kerikeri Mission Station, with the Stone Store at left, St James at rear, and Mission House on the right).

Kerikeri, the largest town in the Northland Region of New Zealand. (picture is of the Kerikeri Mission Station, with the Stone Store at left, St James at rear, and Mission House on the right).

The Stone Store, Kerikeri, see more at New Zealand Journeys app for iPad www.gopix.co.nz

The Stone Store, Kerikeri, see more at New Zealand Journeys app for iPad www.gopix.co.nz

Kiwiana in Kerikeri Northland

Kiwiana in Kerikeri Northland

These Regency period (1811–37) dining chairs in a Grecian-revival style are representative of the simple and easily transportable furniture brought to New Zealand by missionaries and other settlers before 1840. They were owned by the Kerikeri mission schoolmaster Francis Hall and are seen here in the historic Kemp House at Kerikeri.

These Regency period (1811–37) dining chairs in a Grecian-revival style are representative of the simple and easily transportable furniture brought to New Zealand by missionaries and other settlers before 1840. They were owned by the Kerikeri mission schoolmaster Francis Hall and are seen here in the historic Kemp House at Kerikeri.

Kerikeri Mission Station, Kerikeri, NZ

Kerikeri Mission Station, Kerikeri, NZ

Kerikeri, New Zealand – Travel Guide    Book Hotel in Kerikeri: http://hotels.tourtellus.com/Place/Kerikeri_1.htm

Kerikeri, New Zealand – Travel Guide Book Hotel in Kerikeri: http://hotels.tourtellus.com/Place/Kerikeri_1.htm

Old stone store at Kerikeri. New Zealand’s oldest stone building, was built in 1832-36. Designed by Wesleyan missionary John Hobbs and built by an ex-convict stonemason from New South Wales. It is the oldest surviving commercial building in New Zealand.

Old stone store at Kerikeri. New Zealand’s oldest stone building, was built in Designed by Wesleyan missionary John Hobbs and built by an ex-convict stonemason from New South Wales. It is the oldest surviving commercial building in New Zealand.

KeriKeri Inlet, Stone Store and Mission House

Two of New Zealand's oldest buildings are situated in the Kerikeri Basin. Kemp House and the Stone Store are the only survivors.

Mission House, Kerikeri Basin at Dusk by Nadly Aizat, via Flickr - Beautiful picture!

Mission House, Kerikeri Basin at Dusk by Nadly Aizat, via Flickr - Beautiful picture!

St. James Church and Kerikeri basin, ceremony location

James Church and Kerikeri basin, ceremony location

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