Street address: Cook Street and Selwyn Road, Howick, Auckland (from Wikidata)
All Saints’ Church in Howick was the first parish church in Auckland and is the oldest building in Manukau. It can be found on the corner of Cook Street and Selwyn Road in the suburb of Howick, New Zealand.
Styaks Swamp is one of the volcanoes in the Auckland volcanic field. An explosion crater around 200 metres (660 ft) wide with a surrounding tuff ring. It is located north of Green Hill. The crater once contained a swamp but is now covered by industrial development.
Green Hill (also Matanginui or Greenmount) is one of the volcanoes in the Auckland volcanic field, located in the suburb of Greenmount. Its scoria cone had a peak 78 metres above sea level (around 48 m higher than the surrounding land), and had a grove of karaka trees. The hill was the site of a Ngāi Tai iwi pā.
Farm Cove Observatory (FCO) is an amateur astronomical observatory in Pakuranga, Auckland, New Zealand, where Jennie McCormick discovered the main-belt asteroid 386622 New Zealand in September 2009.
Stockade Hill, Howick was the location of a stockade built by British settlers to defend from indigenous Māori during the British colonisation of New Zealand. It is located on the main road into Howick, New Zealand.
Otara Hill (also Te Puke o Tara or Smales Mount) is one of the volcanoes in the Auckland volcanic field. Its scoria cone reached 89 m above sea level (around 59 m higher than the surrounding land) before it was quarried away. The hill was the site of a pā named “Te Puke Ō Tara” meaning ‘hill belonging to Tara’, who was a Ngāi Tai Rangatira (or Māori Chief) of the area.