4. Shelter & Guyon Brookfield Memorial

Photo: Sir George Grey Special Collection

The Bus Shelter. The bus shelter made of Hinuera stone was erected in 1959 as a combined effort by community groups in tribute to the “Pioneers of the District and to Colonel Thomas Bunbury, the first landowner 1842”. This bus shelter was rebuilt in basalt in 2006.

Photo: Sir George Grey Special Collection

The Guyon Brookfield Memorial. The Guyon Brookfield Memorial on Tamaki Drive waterfront, in the form of a stone drinking fountain with ‘peaked hat’ top, honours the memory of an outstanding leader of the St Heliers Boy Scout Troop who died in World War One. Every year on ANZAC Day veterans and scouts and guides in the area gather to pay their respects at this memorial.


          
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