Kōrero: Foreign policy and diplomatic representation

High commission in Australia: Chancery, 2009 (3 o 3)

High commission in Australia: Chancery, 2009

The Chancery, or office building, of New Zealand's high commission in Australia stands near Parliament House in Canberra. It was purpose-built in 1972–73 and opened by New Zealand Prime Minister Norman Kirk in November 1973. In the foreground in this 2012 photo stands one of several cows, corrugated-iron sculptures by New Zealand artist Jeff Thomson. One of the highlights at a Canberra festival in 1987, they were subsequently installed on the Chancery lawns.

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Mark Graham
Photograph by Mark Graham

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Michael Green, 'Foreign policy and diplomatic representation - Impact of the Second World War', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/mi/photograph/34272/high-commission-in-australia-chancery-2009 (accessed 19 August 2022)

He kōrero nā Michael Green, i tāngia i te 20 Jun 2012, updated 1 May 2016