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  • Gisborne History Information New Zealand

    …the southern opening of Poverty Bay bears the name Young Nick's Head, after Cook's far-sighted cabin boy, Nicholas Young. Visit Titirangi Domain, Kaiti Hill for views over the Poverty Bay area and the picturesque white cliffs of Young Nick's Head. Drive up from Ranfurly Street to park at a variety…

  • Eastland History Information, Historical Places Eastland New Zealand

    …the southern opening of Poverty Bay bears the name Young Nick's Head, after Cook's far-sighted cabin boy, Nicholas Young. Visit Titirangi Domain, Kaiti Hill for views over the Poverty Bay area and the picturesque white cliffs of Young Nick's Head. Drive up from Ranfurly Street to park at a variety…

  • Gisborne Regional Information New Zealand

    …Zealand Gisborne City is nestled at the northern shores of Poverty Bay, in the Eastland region of New Zealand. The white cliff headland of Young Nick's Head, located at the other end of Poverty Bay, is visible from Gisborne City. Kaiti Hill is a local attraction, overlooking the city and offering…

  • New Zealand History, New Zealand Culture and History

    …Point Historic Reserve, Macraes Flat. Historic gold mining site, machinery and miners' cottages. Captain Cook's Landing Site - Eastland Young Nick's Head, Eastland/Gisborne New Zealand, Captain Cook's first landing site. Napier - Art Deco Architecture - Hawke's Bay Napier City's 1930's Art Deco…

  • New Zealand Colonisation, Colonisation in New Zealand

    …also tasked with the search for the great southern continent thought to exist in the southern seas. Cook's cabin boy, Young Nick, sighted a piece of land (now called Young Nick's Head) near Gisborne in 1769. Fine Specimens Cook successfully circumnavigated and mapped the country. His botanists and…

  • New Zealand History, New Zealand Māori Heritage and History

    …also tasked with the search for the great southern continent thought to exist in the southern seas. Cook's cabin boy, Young Nick, sighted a piece of land (now called Young Nick's Head) near Gisborne in 1769. Cook successfully circumnavigated and mapped the country. His botanists and other experts on…

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