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Last updated: 18 December 2018

Onehunga Fencible & Historical Society

About Onehunga Fencible & Historical Society

Custodians of 3 council owned historic buildings, Journeys End a replica Fencible Cottage furnished in the style of the period c.1847, Laishley House the Manse for Congregational church built in 1856, also furnished in the period, The Blockhouse built as part of Auckland's defenses in 1860, used for meetings and our records of the Onehunga district.

We have 1 collection in The Community Archive »

Facilities and services

Contributor type:

  • Historical society
  • Museum or art gallery

Archive types:

  • Voluntary group archives, clubs, societies, etc.
  • Local history and stories of Onehunga Borough



Visitor information

Opening hours:

First and third Sunday of each month 1:30-4pm

Onsite parking:

Ample parking spaces on the road outside Jellicoe Park

Physical access:

Open to Clubs, societies, schools, and groups by prior arrangement

Contact details

Contact person:

Cyril Skilton
Colin Freeland


Jellicoe Park

Postal address:

PO Box 13852
Auckland 1643

Phone number:

  • +64 9 9637923