Highbury Corner Under Norfolk Pine Station, Birkenhead Village.
New settlers brought their fruit harvesting skills to Aotearoa - these became part of the fabric of their new lives.
Under European settlement, the Fruit Growers Association formed, and Birkenhead became famous for its strawberries, plums and peaches.
At the end of successful harvests, brass bands serenaded the workers at social dances and balls.
Come and enjoy the brass bands sounds of a successful harvest in 1908 - 1950.
Extra Parking Available access 25 Mokoia Road, Saturday & Sunday Courtesy of BNZ, ASB and Barfoot & Thompson. 30 Carparks access to Birkenhead Ave beside BNZ.
Also Top Carpark Birkenhead Primary School 77 Mokoia Road 30 Carparks.