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  • New Zealand Māori Art and Culture, Māori Art in New Zealand

    …(greenstone or jade) for pendants and other taonga (treasures). Carving and weaving skills arose from the practical requirements of traditional Māori lifestyle. Fibre for clothing, ropes and other uses was created by weaving flax and other natural fibres. Hard New Zealand pounamu (greenstone…

  • NORTH SHORE COASTAL WALK - Auckland : New Zealand Tourism Guide

    …SHORE COASTAL WALK - Auckland NORTH SHORE COASTAL WALK - Auckland Visit Website The North Shore Coastal Walk begins at Long Bay Regional Park and weaves through the beaches and suburbs of ‘the Shore’ and out to Devonport. The route is accessible at all tides, following cliff top tracks, pedestrian…

  • Manapouri Activities New Zealand

    …beach or in the rivers and streams. Fiordland National Park Fiordland National Park surrounding Lake Manapouri has a network of exciting tracks, weaving their way into the very heart of Fiordland, in addition to many short walks also abundant around the place. In addition to fishing in the park,…

  • Early Settlement in New Zealand, New Zealand Settlement

    …the country, and are still a prized food today. They were stored in large bags of bull kelp, and could be preserved for many months. Grow Your Own Weaving Flax Photographer: James Heremaia (www.jamesfoto.com) Māori ate native vegetables and also introduced vegetables from Polynesia, including…

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