1934: The Lisle family bought the 100 acre Awanui wireless station for a farm. The price was £10,000, with the buildings “thrown in”. (The tower had been removed in 1930.)
1962: Bill Walker, former engineer of Awanui Radio, was interviewed for a radio programme.
1980: Radio amateurs marked the 50th anniversary of the closing of Awanui Radio.
1984: Les Elliston, the final manager of Awanui Radio, was interviewed for a radio programme.
1994: Work underway on the new Awanui Radio. Technician Robert Hoeksema took several photos of the former Awanui Radio next door.
1995: A “new” Awanui Radio ZLA signs on to offer SITOR radio service to shipping.
2013: Radio amateurs marked the 100th anniversary of the opening of Awanui Radio.
2016: The Awanui Radio site appears remarkably unchanged more than 100 years after it was built, as can be seen by comparing the following images from Google Street View and Google Satellite View with earlier photos on other pages of this site, for example on the Awanui Radio 1913-1919 page and on the original site plan for the station.