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Liverpool Room

The room is named after the Earl of Liverpool (1912-20) who was New Zealand's last Governor and first Governor-General following the issuing of new Letters Patent in 1917.  The room is used as a sitting room to receive small groups of guests and for small gatherings, usually at morning or afternoon tea.  The room also hosts up to 35 recipients of New Zealand honours before their investiture in the Ballroom.
Occasion: 
Government House

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