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Historic Waiuku 

One of New Zealand’s heritage townships, Waiuku boasts the historic Kentish Hotel which holds the countries longest standing liquor license.

The Kentish was built in 1851 by Edward Constable, positioned along a major trading route between colonial Auckland and the fertile farming lands of the Waikato. In 1926 the hotel nearly burned down though the heroic acts of locals hanging wet sheets over the façade saving the iconic building.

These days the Kentish is an iconic pub with a vivid live music set line up ranging genres and age groups. From DJ sets to Jazz classics to hard rock, check out the current events happening at the Kentish by following this link.

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