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From Fairsea Place, Lynfield South 109 min
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From Gowing Drive, Meadowbank North 69 min
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From Walnut Lane, Oaktree 386 min
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Symonds Street Cemetery, Grafton West
Symonds Street Cemetery, Grafton West Symonds Street Cemetery is a historic cemetery and park in central Auckland, New Zealand. It is in 5.8 hectares of deciduous forest on the western slope of Grafton Gully, by the corner of Symonds Street and Karangahape Road, and is crossed by the Grafton Bridge. The street (and by extension the cemetery) are named for William Cornwallis Symonds, a British Army officer prominent in the early colonisation of New Zealand. It has a Historic Place - Category I listing with the New Zealand Historic Places Trust. Maintenance and administration of the cemetery is provided by the Auckland Council.
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