21 results for "Auckland"


Alberton

Alberton is located in Mt Albert, Tamaki Makaurau Auckland. This 18-room home was a hub of of early Auckland’s fashionable set.

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Ewelme Cottage

Ewelme Cottage in Parnell, Auckland, was commissioned by Rev Vicesimus Lush in 1864 and has remained largely unchanged ever since.

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Auckland

Visit Tohu Whenua heritage sites in Tamaki Makaurau Auckland.

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Highwic

Located in Newmarket, Highwic is a Victorian house and beautiful heritage garden and orchard, dressed with the Bucklands original furnishings.

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Stories

Read stories about Alberton in Tamaki Makaurau Auckland.

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Northland

Visit Tohu Whenua heritage sites in Northland.

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Visit

Ewelme Cottage is accessible by train, bus, car and cycling. Located 2.7km from Auckland City. Parking available at the Domain and Newmarket Park.

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Covid-19 information

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Visit

Alberton is located in Auckland and is accessible by train, bus, road, and cycling. Free all day on-street parking available nearby.

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Auckland

Visit Pouhere Taonga Heritage New Zealand historic places in Auckland, with natural heritage landscapes, historic architecture, and amazing stories.

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Visit

Located 3.3km from Auckland city, Highwic is accessible by train, bus, car and cycling. Limited parking onsite. More parking at Westfield Newmarket.

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An introduction to Alberton

Alberton is a fantastic glimpse into the daily domestic life of a colonial family, and early Auckland’s fashionable set.

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Tours

Join a group tour of Highwic in Auckland and explore the Victorian house and gardens, and learn about the Buckland family.

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An introduction to Highwic

Located in Newmarket, Highwic is the sprawling home of Alfred Buckland, first wife Eliza, then second wife Matilda, and 21 children over the years.

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An introduction to Ewelme Cottage

Visiting Ewelme Cottage is an immersive experience, displaying the lives of a middle class Victorian clerical family.

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An introduction to Lyttelton Timeball

After the Canterbury earthquakes collapsed the tower and its three-storey station, the timeball and its tower have been rebuilt.

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Māngungu Mission and Te Tiriti o Waitangi

The third signing of Te Tiriti o Waitangi happened at Mangungu Mission on 12 February 1840, a day which saw opposition to Te Tiriti.

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An Introduction to Māngungu Mission

The 1839 Mangungu Mission house is an example of heritage conservation in progress. Visit the mission house to learn about its nomadic history.

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An introduction to Te Whare Waiutuutu Kate Sheppard House

With a history of subversion and political agitation, this was the family home of Kate Sheppard between 1888 and 1902.

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Visit

Discover many taonga, period furnishings and tools at the working farm at Te Waimate Mission.

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Thursdays at the mill

These blokes have met weekly at the mill for 15 years, with the ambition of bringing the old mill back to life.

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