Historic monuments, including Richard John Seddon Prime Minister 1893-1906, Harry Holland,
Leader of Opposition 1918-1933, Gwendoline Beauchamp, baby sister of Catherine Mansfield, the Wakefield family
grave, and Samual Duncan Parnell, the father of the 8 hour working day, and many more
Lookout over Tinakori historic cottages
Site of Sextons Cottage
Church of England Sexton's Cottage, built 1857, restored 1978, not open to public
Anglican Mortuary Chapel, built 1866, replica. Open 10 am to 4 p.m. daily.
Heritage Rose Collection - best seen November/December
A number of old historic confers
A brochure on the Memorial Park is available from Treehouse Visitors Centre or from the Mortuary Chapel.
From the Rose Garden the walk is downhill. It starts by the Peace Flame, and follow the road behind Anderson
Park, past the Sports Pavilion to the gate by the prominent Seddon Memorial. Take Robertson Way and explore the
side paths. Over the Dennis Mcgrath Bridge, past the Wakefield plot, you can either take the sidewalk along Bolton
Street to the city, or follow Governors Way past the Memorial Lawn to the Chapel and Sextons Cottage. To reach
the city from here, exit downhill to The Terrace, turn left to Bolton Street lights, turn right to Parliament and
The reverse route from the city involves a relatively easy uphill walk on sealed pathways. Some secondary paths
are shingled only.