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  • Tairua New Zealand, Mt Paku Volcanic Peak Coromandel New Zealand

    …Tairua and Pauanui beaches, and the islands of Castle Rock, Mercury Islands, Aldermen Islands and Slipper and Shoe Islands. Much of Tairua's early settler history is told on story boards along the walk. Tairua Beach, at the bottom of Mt Paku, is the site of the earliest evidence of Polynesian…

  • Mangawhai New Zealand, Waipu Bay of Islands New Zealand

    …historical township of Waipu, bursting with Scottish heritage. The local museum is full to the brim with immigrant treasures that came with the early settlers. Follow the coast to Waipu Cove, Langs Beach and Mangawhai Heads. All the way you'll enjoy stunning views of the Hen and Chickens Islands and…

  • Wairarapa New Zealand Activity Highlights, Things to Do in Wairarapa NZ

    …been refurbished to recapture its colonial elegance. Overnight guests have the choice of individually designed rooms named after Wairarapa early settlers Where the Wild Things Are If you love wild things and wild places, explore the outer reaches of the Wairarapa. Castlepoint Scenic Reserve…

  • New Zealand History Information & Historical Places

    …Captain James Cook sighted New Zealand and successfully circumnavigated and mapped the country. Early settlers were mainly whalers, sealers, and missionaries who came to New Zealand. These settlers had considerable contact with Maori, especially in coastal areas. Maori and Pakeha (Europeans) traded…

  • Dunedin New Zealand Regional Information, Travel Information Dunedin NZ

    …Island's second largest city. Dunedin was founded on the picks, harpoons and hard toil of goldminers, whalers and early Scottish settlers over 150 years ago. Much of Dunedin's early wealth and enterprise has left a tangible mark on the city today. Dunedin's name is the old Gaelic one for…

  • Doubtless Bay History Information New Zealand

    …from the early 1800s when it was a whaling base. Holiday Homes Looking for a map? NZ Products NZ Holiday Deals Doubtless Bay History Overview Northland is thought to be the first part of New Zealand to be discovered and walked upon by the early Maori settlers. Later European settlers began to arrive…

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