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The Ngai Tahu Maori Rock Art Charitable Trust / Te Ana Ngai Tahu Rock Art Centre generally dispatches orders on the same, or next working day (Monday – Friday, excluding public holidays), they are received.
We use postal method (NZ Post) to ensure orders are received quickly to the wide range of locations throughout the country, including Rural Delivery (RD) addresses.
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