To establish a public display consisting of former Auckland Regional Authority (ARA)
buses, restored, preserved for posterity and the people of Auckland City, present, former
and future. At a later stage, we will enter talks, or discussions with the appropriate organizations to
promote the idea of forming a bus museum, covering a wide variety of urban buses and tour coaches that have served through-out New Zealand. The emphasis initially will be on vehicles pre-1990.
Note: The main sectors, activities and beneficiaries are bolded.
Other (please state)
(Eventually to provide a public attraction, display consisting of static buses and and functioning heritage buses to the public. Establish a bus museum. )
Arts / culture / heritage
Education / training / research
We currently have an Auckland based governance board consisting of four committee members, President, Deputy Chair, Secretary & Treasurer and Historian of Collections.
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