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Williams House & Garden

Paihia was one of New Zealand's earliest European settlements - Anglican missionaries founded their third mission station at Paihia in 1823. The principal missionary was Reverend Henry Williams. A few material traces of the mission still exist including a humble stone shed situated in the garden of the Williams' house, built by Canon Percy Temple Williams, grandson of Henry Williams. Garden tools and other relics displayed in the shed were left by the Williams family.

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Historic Site

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Postal address iconPO Box 490, Kerikeri

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Physical address iconWilliams Road, Paihia, Bay of Islands, New Zealand
Hours of operation iconDaily 8am-5pm
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