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Woodhey was the home of the Caccia-Birch family from 1921 until 1941, when the Estate of William Charles Caccia-Birch donated the property to the New Zealand Government. Since that date the house has been officially known as Caccia-Birch House.

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2008N_Bur54a_BUI_1845
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View of Lagoon from Woodhey
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circa 1923

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