Pukeahu National War Memorial Park

FIND THESE STEPS – The Memorial Park is between Taranaki and Tory Streets, with the Arras Tunnel below the Park

The War Memorial was opened on Anzac Day, 25 April 1932, and the recently developed Pukeahu National War Memorial Park was opened for the centenary of World War I in 2015. The Park has several levels, with lots of steps.

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Just behind the Australia memorial in this photo is Martin Square, named for John Martin, wh founded Martinborough, and according to Caitlin Salter in the Wellingtonian, the Wellington streets Jessie, Elizabeth and Marion were named for his daughters.