Clark's Mill

An important industrial landmark houses the four-storeyed Clarks Mill, New Zealand’s only surviving water-powered flour mill with early machinery still substantially intact.


Originally part of Totara Estate built in 1866, t
he heart of the site is the imposing four-storey mill building, constructed of local limestone. The building’s highlight is a rare collection of roller milling machinery installed in 1893. The machinery has been lovingly restored to operating condition by a team of dedicated volunteers who get the machinery grinding into action on a regular basis.


Other highlights include the original water race, the railway line built in 1877 to connect the mill to the main trunk line, a remaining millers’ cottage known as Smokey Joe’s.

Opening Hours:

Opened October – April 
Sunday 1 – 3pm
Thursday 10.30am – 1pm.

Machinery operates last Sunday of the month

Arrive 1pm for introduction and tour.


Closed May-September


Cost:

Adult: $10
Student (tertiary): $5
Children: free (must be surpervised)
Machinery operating times: Adults: $15
Please understand that surcharges may apply at times of special events.


  

Physical address :

State Highway 1, between Reidston and Maheno (watch for sign)
Maheno 9495
New Zealand

Contact :

http://www.clarksmill.co.nz

(+64) 3 433 1269

clarksmill@heritage.org.nz