Alistair McIntyre, also known as Mr. Mac. In association with a team of multi-talented individuals, formed the Having Fun Company to entertain, inspire and educate others, especially kids, through his life experiences.
A site all about Dargaville - what to do and see, check it out and come and have fun with us in the Kaipara
The Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club caters for enthusiasts of all makes and types of vintage machinery. While based in Christchurch city (population of approx. 390,000) on the Canterbury plains, it’s current membership of approximately 200 is spread nation wide.
Marlborough has a long and colourful farming history and this, together with numerous other land formation projects all mean that the implements and machinery used over the past century and a half are significant for playing a very large part in making this province the place it is today.
The Hawke's Bay Vintage Machinery Club was formed in November 2005 in the rich agricultural Hawke's Bay province, on the East Coast of New Zealand's North Island. Since the beginning of fruit and crop growing in the 1930's, a wind range of tractors, farm machinery and stationary engines have been used and club members are keen to see them survive, hence out motto, "Preserving Our Mechanical Heritage".
Opening in 1985, the Dargaville Museum has continued to grow over the years to become a fascinating must see attraction when visiting Dargaville. Located in Harding Park with its magnificent views overlooking the district and the Northern Wairoa river, the Museum now has 1800 square metres of exhibition space.
Otorohanga Vintage Machinery Club has acquired a number of articles such as a tractor pulling sledge, a restored working waterwheel and most of all a Traxi (trailer) for transporting personnel at different shows and events that the Club attends at times through-out the year.
Waikato Vintage Tractor and Machinery Club was established in the Waikato Region of the North Island at Cambridge in 1988 for the purpose of fostering interest and encouraging members with the restoration of Vintage tractors, stationary engines, agricultural equipment and the preservation of all associated historical information.
Franklin Vintage Machinery Club, based in Auckland, New Zealand, was incorporated in April 1988. Our club was formed with the purpose of fostering an interest in using all manner of vintage machinery and restoring them back to their original condition.
NZ Vintage Machinery club is a family oriented club is based in Canterbury, New Zealand established to promote the preservation of vintage machinery and associated memorabilia. The club has been expanding ever since its establishment in 1998 and now has a base at Keating Park where they have an impressive range of vintage machinery and memorabilia.
Higgins Park and it's family of museums is the home to a large variety of exhibits ranging from hand tools to New Zealand's largest portable steam engine.
Geraldine Vintage Car & Machinery club Museum - With over 125 vintage tractors, 55 cars and numerous other assorted agricultural machinery.
David Brown were one of the first tractor manufacturers and engineering pioneers in their field - it's an interesting bit of farming history that we'd like to share with people.