Community Fields of Remembrance

NORTH ISLAND
AUCKLAND
Auckland
Auckland Domain

Waiheke
Waiheke Motel
1 Whakarite Rd, Waiheke Island, 1081

Matakana
Matakana War Memorial
998 Matakana Rd, Hill St

Warkworth
Warkworth Memorial & Rotunda
1703 Kaipara Hills Rd

Kaipara
Kaipara Flats Cemetery
Memorial Dr Hamilton, Main Rd Tairua
HAMILTON
Memorial Park

COROMANDEL

Tairua Pauanui
Tairua Community Hall

NAPIER
Memorial Square (Cenotaph)

LEVIN
Levin Home for War Veterans
Cnr of Prouse & Matai Streets

BULLS
Bulls Cenotaph
High Street Bulls
WELLINGTON

Wellington
Wellington Botanic Gardens
Salamanca Lawn

Eastbourne
Eastbourne Memorial
Rata St off Oroua St Eastbourne

Lower Hutt
ANZAC Lawn
Biddeford Gardens
Queens Drive Lower Hutt

Petone
Bracken Street, Petone
SOUTH ISLAND
TASMAN 
Motueka
Motueka War Memorial 
Pah Street Motueka

Riwaka Memorial Gardens 
Intersection Main Road Riwaka and School Road

Ngatimoti War Memorial 
Saint James Church Ngatimoti.

BLENHEIM
Seymore Square
Taylor River Bank
MARLBOROUGH
Canvastown
972 crosses honour the men of Marlborough who went to war - they are on display each April throughout the region. The Marlborough RSA and Marlborough Guild of Woodworkers have made and maintained them.
Grovetown
Havelock
Picton
Rai Valley
Renwick
Seddon
Spring Creek
Torea
Wairau Valley Township
Ward
CANTERBURY
Temuka
Temuka Domain
Domain Ave

CHRISTCHURCH
Christchurch
Hagley Park

Papanui
Papanui Memorial Garden
corner of Harewood, Papanui and Main North Roads

DUNEDIN
Cenotaph, Queens Gardens Dunedin

GREYMOUTH
Grey District Council Office
105 Tainui Street, Greymouth


Communities around NZ have created and maintained Fields of white crosses for remembrance. Here we'd like to centralise the information on those Fields for the nation, and thank those communities for the way they have recognised those who lost their lives.

Is your Field of Remembrance not noted here?

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ABOUT US

The Fields of Remembrance Trust was established in 2012 to honour those who served and died for our nation during World War One.

The Trust is made up of the Passchendaele Society, the Royal New Zealand Returned and Services' Association, New Zealand (RNZRSA) representIng all local RSAs, and the Auckland RSA. It is a registered charity.