There’s something incredibly Kiwi about corrugated iron. Take a good look ‘round next time you’re out and about and you will spot many a roof, fence, bach and barn clad in its distinctive rippled waves. The more you look the more you see.
But nowhere embraces its versatility like the small South Waikato township of Tirau where it has become something of a fashion statement, adorning almost every high street building in some way, shape or form. And we’re not talking ‘slim line’ baby iron either, but good old fashioned bog standard corrugated, painted every colour of the rainbow.Read More