Grey Lynn

Grey Lynn is an inner residential suburb of , , located 3 kilometres to the west of the city centre. Originally a separate borough, Grey Lynn amalgamated with Auckland City in 1914.

Landmarks in the Area

St Paul's College is a Catholic secondary school for boys owned by the Marist Brothers and located in the central Auckland suburb of on a spacious 7.3 hectare campus.

Western Springs Stadium is a stadium in , .

The Museum of Transport and Technology is a science and technology museum located in , , New Zealand. Photo: Reinhard Dietrich, CC0.

Good Shepherd College is a Catholic theological college located in , , , and founded in 1998. is situated 1¼ km east of Grey Lynn.

Localities in the Area

Arch Hill is a small suburb of , .

Ponsonby is an inner-city suburb of located 2 km west of the , in the of New Zealand.

Western Springs is a residential suburb and in the city of in the north of New Zealand. is situated 1¼ km southwest of Grey Lynn. Photo: Canuck85, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Kingsland is an inner-city suburb of , the largest and most populous urban area in . is situated 1½ km southeast of Grey Lynn.

Grey Lynn

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