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MJ Savage Memorial Park

Bastion Point, Auckland, New Zealand
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Reviewed 12 September 2015

on your way to mission bay, it is a good place to stop and fly a kite. the gardens are well kept. the memmorial is right in the center. the views of the rangitoto island and surrounding waters are increadible

Thank travellingdoctor48
Reviewed 24 August 2015

Beautiful garden setting up at the top of the hill which offers beautiful views of Auckland city and the Waitemata/Auckland harbour. You almost forget that it's a grave/memorial site as the views seem to be the main attraction here.

Thank Emmaontheinternet
Reviewed 21 August 2015 via mobile

Came up here on a sunny winter day, spectacular views across Auckland city and Rangitoto. Even in midwinter the memorial garden was beautifully tended and colourful.

Thank Mike H
Reviewed 26 June 2015

Fly a kite, have a romantic picnic or just laze in the sun with a book. Enjoy the sweeping view of Auckland City, the harbour and Rangitoto island. A fantastic place to take photos all year round. Plenty of parking and a superb spot to...More

Thank DreamyJayne
Reviewed 24 April 2015

This was the best park I saw in Auckland. The gardens were nicely cared for with green lawns and attractive flower beds. The reflecting pool was very nice. A bride and groom having their photos taken added to the relaxed atmosphere. The views over the...More

Thank fun2travelCanberra
Reviewed 10 April 2015

My parents were married at Bastion Point so we returned to check out the view. After being there for 30 mins and really enjoying ourselves we came back to our rental car to find the rear quarter window on the drivers side had been smashed...More

Thank Riley T
Reviewed 25 February 2015

This is one of the places we took our friends to when they docked in auckland fab veiws and if you pack a picnic the gardens are great as well to relax and see Auckland from all angels

Thank fantailonenz
Reviewed 21 February 2015

This is a must-see location for photos across Auckland. There is free entry to drive to the top and adequate parking. The Memorial Park is part of the larger Bastion Point reserve and contains interesting history of Maori settlement and injustice. The memorial is well...More

1  Thank pauste1
Reviewed 17 February 2015

With a lovely garden and water area, along with great views of the city, it's a perfect place to visit for photos.

1  Thank hannajomeans
Reviewed 5 February 2015

A short drive from the city is Michael Joseph Savage Memorial Park. It is honor of the most loved Prime Minister of New Zealand and has spectacular views of the Harbor, Pacific Ocean and Tasman Sea. The gardens are gorgeous and be sure to take...More

1  Thank Tleuzarder
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