Alfriston, New Zealand

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CountryNew Zealand
Local authorityAuckland Council
Electoral wardFranklin ward
SoutheastPapakura North, (Ardmore Airport)
NorthwestManukau Heights

Alfriston is a small suburb of Auckland, New Zealand's largest city. Prior to November 2010 it was under the authority of the Papakura District Council and is now part of the enlarged Auckland city. The suburb is in the Franklin ward, one of the thirteen administrative divisions of Auckland Council.

The town was settled in the 1840s and was named after Alfriston, Sussex, home of one of the earliest settlers, Dr George Edward Bodle. The name of the town means Aelfric's village, named for Ælfric of Eynsham.[1]

Alfriston has one secondary school, Alfriston College.


  1. ^ "Alfriston". New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Retrieved 4 July 2015.

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Coordinates: 37°0′59″S 174°56′22″E / 37.01639°S 174.93944°E / -37.01639; 174.93944