Highwic help

One of New Zealand’s finest timber Gothic houses, Highwic was begun in 1862 by Alfred Buckland, one of Auckland’s most substantial land owners, and his wife Eliza. It was extended in 1873 in the style of the original, which had been copied from American A. J. Downing's pattern book ‘The Architecture of Country Houses’.

Highwic was home to Buckland’s 21 children and remained in the family until sold in 1978. Furnished with antiques, there is much to interest and charm visitors of all ages, and in addition, the hectare of lawns and fine gardens provide a haven from the hustle and bustle of nearby Newmarket.

Today, Highwic also serves as a quality functions venue. Whether you’re visiting or celebrating a special occasion, this rare and beautifully preserved ‘Carpenter Gothic’-style building, is a delight.

Contact Details

40 Gillies Avenue, Epsom, Auckland

64-9-524 5729

highwic@heritage.org.nz

www.heritage.org.nz/places/places-to-visit/auckland-region/highwic

Visitor Information

40 Gillies Avenue, Epsom, Auckland

Wednesday - Sunday 10.30am - 4.30pm

Adults: $10 Accompanied children: Free Unaccompanied children: $3.50 Please understand that surcharges may apply at times of special events.

Facilities

 Wheelchair access

 Shop

 Function space

 Guided tour

 Public programmes

 Toilets

Other Facilities

Wheelchair access downstairs. Brochures available
-36.871822 174.77496 16 Highwic
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