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Holy Trinity Cathedral

St. Stephen's House | 9 St. Stephen's Avenue, Auckland 1001, New Zealand
+64 9-303 9500
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St. Stephen's House | 9 St. Stephen's Avenue, Auckland 1001, New Zealand
+64 9-303 9500
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Reviewed 3 days ago

just a very short walk up from Parnell village or there is a bus stop right outside $3.50 on AKMetro innor or outer link seemed to be a schools music event on when we visited but grand otherwise bishops house is also worth a look...More

Thank chris c
Reviewed 13 July 2017

This bulding was not at all to our tastes but the original cathedral next door was stunning. Also very interesting learning about how they had moved it a number of years ago

Thank yvettec672
Reviewed 31 May 2017

Have been here several times for events and it is a lovely venue. It can be a bit cold, but just layer up. Parking can be a bit challenging, but there is parking down the back and on the surrounding streets.

1  Thank bnthrdonethat
Reviewed 23 May 2017

We had trouble getting inside the cathedral because we approached it from the side and not the front. Apparently only the front door is open during the posted hours. However, we eventually found our way in, and it was worth the effort. The interior is...More

Thank AustinBobby
Reviewed 17 May 2017

This is one of my top recommendation of places to visit in Auckland if you are at all interested in sacred attractions. The stained glass here is outstanding and the view from the cathedral is also amazing. They were installing a new organ when we...More

2  Thank CTricity
Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

Came across this church by accident. Just wandering through Parnell in the rain and saw the unusual shaped building. On first impression the layout is simple and what you would expect from a church but there are many little areas within where the light changes...More

1  Thank Dave_Connelly
Reviewed 25 April 2017

This is an interesting combination of architectures. It includes both Gothic and South Seas wooden architecture. It is beautiful but very different as the vestibule and the main body of the church are almost two different churches.

1  Thank USNA70
Reviewed 7 April 2017 via mobile

In Parnell area. Beautiful, spacious, newish cathedral. Windows are the attraction. Traditional, Maori, and modern. Well worth the walk.

2  Thank jsadler331
Reviewed 4 April 2017

This Anglican cathedral is built in the Pacific Gothic style. It has beautiful clean lines and is interesting from an architectural perspective.

Thank 265annh
Reviewed 18 March 2017

We were made very welcome at the Cathedral by people keen to tell us about it and the work which was being done. We were not able to see it at its best but the church was beautiful with lovely stained glass windows. Well worth...More

1  Thank wjarma
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John D
29 March 2015|
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Response from 247Travel | Reviewed this property |
Hi Daphne and John There is a bus called The Link which travels down Customs Street which will drop you at the door of the Cathedral. Customs street is one block back from Quay Stret, the road that runs along the gates to... More