Rated 4.3/5. Located in Titirangi, Auckland. Known for Experience the flavours of the Mediterranean out in your backyard.. Cost  NZ$70 for two people (approx.) NZ$50 for Lunch Menu for two people (approx.)

Rated 4.3/5. Located in Titirangi, Auckland. Known for Experience the flavours of the Mediterranean out in your backyard.. Cost NZ$70 for two people (approx.) NZ$50 for Lunch Menu for two people (approx.)

Rated 4.3/5. Located in Titirangi, Auckland. Known for Experience the flavours of the Mediterranean out in your backyard.. Cost  NZ$70 for two people (approx.) NZ$50 for Lunch Menu for two people (approx.)

Rated 4.3/5. Located in Titirangi, Auckland. Known for Experience the flavours of the Mediterranean out in your backyard.. Cost NZ$70 for two people (approx.) NZ$50 for Lunch Menu for two people (approx.)

Rated 4.3/5. Located in Titirangi, Auckland. Known for Experience the flavours of the Mediterranean out in your backyard.. Cost  NZ$70 for two people (approx.) NZ$50 for Lunch Menu for two people (approx.)

Rated 4.3/5. Located in Titirangi, Auckland. Known for Experience the flavours of the Mediterranean out in your backyard.. Cost NZ$70 for two people (approx.) NZ$50 for Lunch Menu for two people (approx.)

Rated 4.3/5. Located in Titirangi, Auckland. Known for Experience the flavours of the Mediterranean out in your backyard.. Cost  NZ$70 for two people (approx.) NZ$50 for Lunch Menu for two people (approx.)

Rated 4.3/5. Located in Titirangi, Auckland. Known for Experience the flavours of the Mediterranean out in your backyard.. Cost NZ$70 for two people (approx.) NZ$50 for Lunch Menu for two people (approx.)

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Titirangi Soldiers Memorial Church was opened by Governor-General Lord Jellicoe on 18 May 1924. It was built as an undenominational church for use by both Anglicans and Presbyterians. On 18 April 1926 another Governor-General, Sir Charles Fergusson, was present to unveil a granite tablet bearing the names of 13 local men who had lost their lives in WW1. Read more at http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/photo/titirangi-soldiers-memorial-church, (Ministry for Culture and Heritage), updated…

Titirangi Soldiers Memorial Church was opened by Governor-General Lord Jellicoe on 18 May 1924. It was built as an undenominational church for use by both Anglicans and Presbyterians. On 18 April 1926 another Governor-General, Sir Charles Fergusson, was present to unveil a granite tablet bearing the names of 13 local men who had lost their lives in WW1. Read more at http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/photo/titirangi-soldiers-memorial-church, (Ministry for Culture and Heritage), updated…

Titirangi, Auckland, NZ. Kate Millington tiles. Titi: long streaks of cloud; rangi: sky; poetically rendered 'Fringe of heaven'. It is believed that Rakataura, the tohunga on the Tainui conoe, decided upon the name Titirangi. It commemorated a mountain of the same name in Hawaiiki. From http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/photo/titirangi-soldiers-memorial-church, (Ministry for Culture and Heritage), updated 9-Jan-2015

Titirangi, Auckland, NZ. Kate Millington tiles. Titi: long streaks of cloud; rangi: sky; poetically rendered 'Fringe of heaven'. It is believed that Rakataura, the tohunga on the Tainui conoe, decided upon the name Titirangi. It commemorated a mountain of the same name in Hawaiiki. From http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/photo/titirangi-soldiers-memorial-church, (Ministry for Culture and Heritage), updated 9-Jan-2015

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