Saint Peter's College

St Peter's College is a Catholic secondary school for boys, located in , New Zealand, in the central city suburb of . With a roll of over 1300, the school is one of the largest in New Zealand.

Landmarks in the Area

Railway station
Grafton Railway Station is a station serving the inner-city suburb of Grafton in , . is situated 180 meters northeast of Saint Peter's College. Photo: Ingolfson, Public domain.

Highwic is a 19th century house in Auckland, New Zealand, which is listed by Heritage New Zealand as a Category I structure. is situated 740 meters southeast of Saint Peter's College. Photo: Ingolfson, Public domain.

Shopping mall
Westfield Newmarket is a large enclosed shopping centre in , New Zealand, that re-opened on 29 August 2019 after being closed for 18 months for a major rebuild and expansion. is situated 770 meters southeast of Saint Peter's College. Photo: Ingolfson, Public domain.

ACG Parnell College is an independent co-educational facility and is part of ACG Education, whose New Zealand schools are members of the Independent Schools of New Zealand. is situated 1 km northeast of Saint Peter's College. Photo: Therondp, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Grafton is a suburb of , . The suburb is named for the Duke of Grafton, a patron of the first Governor of New Zealand, William Hobson, and the grandfather of a subsequent Governor, Robert FitzRoy.

Newton is a small suburb of , , under the local governance of the Auckland Council.

Newmarket is an suburb to the south-east of the central business district.

Eden Terrace is an inner city suburb of , located 2 km south of the , in the of New Zealand.

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