Caccia Birch house is a Historical Places Trust Category 1
listed property in the Palmerston North District Plan. All fees
charged are used to assist in the maintenance and operation of the
property for the enjoyment of the whole community and also to
promote its use for educational and cultural purposes.
Caccia Birch House is owned by the Palmerston North City Council
and administered by Caccia Birch Trust Board, who employs a manager
to operate the property on their behalf.
Named after the family who gifted the property, the original house was built in 1895 for Norwegian saw miller Jacob Nannestad and his family. The Scandinavian influence is evident in architect Ludolf Georg West’s design. More info
We offer a variety of rooms and options for hire. Each elegantly decorated room has a beautiful vista and access to the landscaped gardens that overlook a large lagoon creating a country atmosphere.More info
We are located close to Massey University, Fonterra, Linton Military Camp and many motels and hotels, and just a 10 minute drive from Palmerston North International Airport, Arena Manawatu and the city centre.More info
The grand homestead is set in extensive grounds, with a sweeping view over the Hokowhitu Lagoon, providing a unique and tranquil setting for weddings and events.More info
To discuss how Caccia Birch House can be your venue of choice, contact us via one of the following means.More info
Caccia Birch House provides a number of options for function hosting. More info