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  • MAGIC BROOMSTICK (SEGWAY) TOURS - Auckland

    MAGIC BROOMSTICK (SEGWAY) TOURS - Auckland

    …your stay in Auckland. Segway is FUN, it's easy, we'll teach you how, and in the Historic Village of Devonport - only a 12 minute ferry ride from downtown Auckland - you get to explore Auckland's early history and enjoy the BEST views of Auckland City. Shop 19 (next to Fullers Ferry Ticket Office)
    tours » segway tours

  • PONSONBY MANOR - Ponsonby, Auckland

    PONSONBY MANOR - Ponsonby, Auckland

    …thatâ s been completely restored to its former grandeur. Set in the heart of cosmopolitan Ponsonby, the soul of Auckland city, this iconic building is a part of New Zealandâ s early settler history. Itâ s a peaceful retreat from the bustle of Ponsonby road with stunning views of harbour and city.
    accommodation » bed and breakfast

  • Picton History New Zealand

    …(ivorw@xtra.co.nz) If you arrive in the region by sea or air, the intricate detail of the Marlborough Sounds engages your interest immediately. Early History The site of modern day Picton was originally a Maori Pa (fortified village) called Waitohi or Te Wera O Waitohi. The name Waitohi means Wai or…

  • Early Settlement in New Zealand, New Zealand Settlement

    Skip to main content Home »New Zealand Travel »New Zealand History »Early New Zealand Settlement Early New Zealand Settlement First Arrivals First Maori were the early inhabitants of Aotearoa/New Zealand (meaning 'Land of the Long White Cloud'). After arriving from their ancestral…

  • Wanganui History, History of Wanganui New Zealand

    …Zealand Company turned to the Wanganui region, and in 1840 began purchasing the land from the local tribes. Maori resentment continues today. Early History Traditional Maori Carving New Zealand Photographer: Ben Crawford (www.bencrawford.co.nz) The Wanganui region is the third oldest settlement in…

  • Paihia History New Zealand

    …»Paihia History Paihia History Paihia | Regional Information | Activity Highlights | Scenic Highlights | History Paihia has a rich natural and cultural history and is a focal point of New Zealand's early history. NZ Maps NZ DVDs NZ Products NZ Holiday Deals Paihia History Overview Paihia…

  • Blenheim History New Zealand

    …immediately. Early History Maori legend describes the entire South Island as Maui's waka (canoe), wrecked on a reef during a fishing expedition. The shattered bow of the canoe became the Sounds. In the 1840's, Captain Cook sighted New Zealand and European colonisation began. Early history of the…

  • Russell History New Zealand

    …Maori who had a relatively high presence there. The Maori traded timber and food in exchange for muskets, alcohol and other European goods. Early History Maori Marae, Waitangi Bay of Islands, Northland Photographer: Ben Crawford (www.bencrawford.co.nz) On 30 June 1840 Governor Hobson read is…

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