Te Waimate Mission House, built in 1832, is the only survivor of three mission houses founded in 1830 on behalf of the Church Missionary Society by the Reverend Samuel Marsden with the agreement of local Ngapuhi.
An eighteenth century style English farm was established, with a chapel, school room, water mill and workshops also built.
Te Waimate Mission House was erected as a single-storey dwelling of Georgian design, with an attic floor, verandah and prominent shingled roof.
Get your Passport to History here at Te Waimate Mission, and go on your own voyage of discovery exploring the interconnections and stories of NZHPT's Northland properties.
Te Waimate Mission, 344 Te Ahu Ahu Road, Waimate North, Northland, 0472, New Zealand.
- Business hours:
- November - April: Daily 10am - 5pm; May - October: 10am - 4pm Saturday - Monday. Closed Christmas Day.
- Months of operation:
- All months of the year
Pricing and Conditions
(16 year(s) and under)
|$0.00 - $5.00|
- Other charges:
- Normal entry for Heritage New Zealand members and those of affiliated organisations is free; surcharges may apply at time of special events.