Heritage Trail of Mangonui | A fine walk around the Heritage Precinct of Mangonui township in Far North New Zealand | Site 3


  • Description: The Mangonui Hall was built by George Garton in 1894. In 1950, the Hall was purchased by the Mangonui County Council on behalf of the people of Mangonui as a commemoration to those who died in the two World Wars. It is now known as the Mangonui War Memorial Hall. A lending library and a number of clubs, churches, and organizations have used the Hall over the years, and dances are still held here.


  • The public toilets are located at street level under the Mangonui Hall.

Next: From the Hall, continue north-west along Waterfront Drive to the police station; past the Doubtless Bay Information Centre on the left and Mangonui Fish Shop on the right. The sign for [Site 4], Three Early Cottages, is just past the police station.

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