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Te Henui cemetery

Sue and her team of volunteers have made this old cemetery a wonderful place to take a Sunday... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Patty Y
Personal tour of the Garden

Just happened to call into the cemetery to check on a tree we had spotted on a previous visit a few... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Aroona P
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173 Lemon Street | Strandon, New Plymouth 4312, New Zealand
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Sue and her team of volunteers have made this old cemetery a wonderful place to take a Sunday afternoon walk.It is tranquil and so full of stories to be read on the old headstones.The team deserve huge recognition for the hard work they put in...More

Thank Patty Y
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Just happened to call into the cemetery to check on a tree we had spotted on a previous visit a few months earlier. Timing was perfect as the wonderful volunteers were taking an afternoon tea break so one of them offered to walk with us...More

Thank Aroona P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

For those who are into walking though garden areas the Te Henui Cemetery, New Plymouth is a pleasant experience with the different native birds ( Fantail's, Wood Pigeons, Tui's), and a band of volunteers who are improving the garden/grave site areas with clearing & replanting.

Thank 271redbaron
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A lovely place to walk your pooches and learn so much about the gardens from the very friendly volunteers that work so very hard maintaining the old cemeterys dignity

Thank 412karalync
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A lovely place to visit if you want to 'meet' the settlers of New Plymouth. My grandparents 'live' there with several members of their family. I'd recommend it if you want to fill in time and just look at the old gravestones.

Thank Helen S
Reviewed 23 June 2018 via mobile

Interesting place to include on your walk. Easy access from town or Te Henui walkway and will add a bit of hill to your exercise. Lots of history here. Well looked after by volunteers who can tell u some of the local history or give...More

Thank leslee2012
Reviewed 19 June 2018

When walking on the walkway nearby we walked up,a track & found ourselves in the Te Henui cemetery - what an interesting hour we spent there wandering around interesting gravestones & speaking with one of the staff who helped us seek out a couple of...More

Thank ClareGrant
Reviewed 28 May 2018

A well kept resting place of many of New Plymouths residence . Really interesting to wander around and take time to read the inscriptions on the headstones.

Thank Mike L
Reviewed 1 March 2018

It is cared for by volunteers who are doing an excellent job. So full of trees and plants, a lovely cemetery. Also in talking to one of the volunteers, she was able to point me in the direction of my ancestors. Fascinating. Well done volunteers

Thank Zan N
Reviewed 28 January 2018

Quite possible that this cemetery is the best inner city "garden" for people looking for a quick fix of peace and tranquility in their day. Such a stunning array of colour and variety at this time of year. A delightful community asset. Big ups to...More

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