Stockade Hill too important to loose

Having spaces to remember and reflect on those we've lost is an important part of community. Stockade Hill is that place for Howick and surrounding area, serving as a gathering place for locals.

It's also the perfect place to appreciate the amazing harbour, mountains and city that surround us. A view that we cannot afford to lose.

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The Cenotaph on Stockade Hill, known as Howick’s War Memorial, was unveiled but the Governor General Lord Jellicoe on 13 January 1921 to commemorate the 30 locals who lost their lives during WW1.

Made from Coromandel granite, this obelisk stands as a proud landmark of Howick, the site of Howick’s Anzac Day services.
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