Northland and the Bay of Islands Sights

Pompallier Mission

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Published 08/30/2016

Fodor's Review

New Zealand's oldest industrial building, the Pompallier Mission, at the southern end of the Strand, was named after the first Catholic bishop of the South Pacific. Marist missionaries built the original structure out of rammed earth, because they lacked the funds to buy timber. For several years the priests and brothers operated a press here, printing Bibles in the Māori language. From December through April you can visit independently, but from May to November the mission organizes tours at set times.

Sight Information

Address:

The Strand, Russell, Northland, 0202, New Zealand

Phone:

09-403–9025

Sight Details:

  • NZ$10

Published 08/30/2016

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