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Te hīkoi tuku ihotanga o Te Whare Wānanga o Tāmaki Makaurau

The University of Auckland heritage trail

Old photo of The University of Auckland campus

What you will see on The University of Auckland heritage trail

On this short and easy walk, you will encounter the many architectural and historic attractions of The University of Auckland City Campus. Many of these buildings and sites that are registered by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust or scheduled in the Auckland City Council’s District Plan as being of heritage value.

Sites on this walk include Alfred Nathan House, built in 1882, University House, built in 1885, and Old Government House, a mansion that served as the seat of government in New Zealand until 1865.

This walk begins at 24 Princes Street.

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