Chalet Chevron Bed & Breakfast Guest House in Auckland has a rich history of providing comfortable lodging in charming surroundings to weary travellers from near and far.
Originally built as a substantial family home in 1929, the English Cottage Style home was later extended and converted to accept "paying guests" in its 12 quaint and uniquely styled bedrooms (all with en-suite bathrooms).
Chalet Chevron stands proudly on the slopes of Parnell, one of Auckland's premier suburbs from where you can easily get to anywhere in the city including the Museum, Newmarket Shopping Centre, Spark Entertainment Arena, Sky Tower, Britomart Transport Centre and Harbour Ferries, the Rose Gardens with over 30 restaurants/cafes in nearby Parnell Village.
Chalet Chevron B & B Guest House, Parnell
Learn how to make the transition from buddy to boss and lead a successful team. As John F. Kennedy once said, “leadership and learning are indispensable to each other”.
Transform conflict and difficult situations with co-workers/customers into opportunities by equipping your staff with the skills and techniques required to manage these situations with confidence, professionalism, and pride.
Learn how to make the transition from buddy to the boss and lead a successful team.
After being on loan to other institutions for over 2 years, the Te Pahi medal returns to Auckland Museum.
Presented to Ngāpuhi chief Te Pahi by Governor of NSW, Philip Gidley King, this medal was offered as a token of esteem for their friendship and the sharing of knowledge.
This display explores some of the history surrounding the Treaty of Waitangi, and Treaty settlement process here in Auckland.
Treaty of Waitangi exhibit.
The Treaty was signed in 1840 by representatives of the British Crown and more than 500 Māori rangatira (chiefs).