2 edition of history and legends of the western coast of the Hauraki Gulf found in the catalog.
history and legends of the western coast of the Hauraki Gulf
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|LC Classifications||MLCS 89/13620 (D)|
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About this book. An environmental, social and cultural history of man's association with the Hauraki Gulf, a coastal feature of the North Island of New Zealand, tells the story of the gulf through three layers: the underlying narrative that is largely based on published sources; people's reminiscences, based on their memories of the gulf over their lifetimes.
The Story of the Hauraki Gulf. history and legends of the western coast of the Hauraki Gulf book Raewyn Peart. David Bateman, $ News that the sixties were swinging bypassed the Hauraki Plains.
Growing up there, a sixties teenager far from the bright lights. The Hauraki Gulf / Tīkapa Moana is a coastal feature of the North Island of New has an area of km 2, and lies between, in anticlockwise order, the Auckland Region, history and legends of the western coast of the Hauraki Gulf book Hauraki Plains, the Coromandel Peninsula, and Great Barrier of the gulf is part of the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park.
Hauraki is Māori for north wind. Inthe gulf was officially named Hauraki Gulf. The vessel subsequently sailed north to the Hauraki Gulf, and stopped on the north-east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula just north of Port Charles, at Sandy Bay (Ō-kahu-tai).
‘The Story of the Hauraki Gulf’ is a beautifully illustrated coffee table book, written by EDS Policy Director Raewyn Peart and published by David Bateman Ltd. The book features numerous stories from people who have had a lifetime association with the Gulf including iwi leaders, commercial fishermen, recreational fishermen, divers, surfers, bach owners, farmers, End date: The Story of the Hauraki Gulf Discovery, Transformation, Restoration Raewyn Peart.
This very special publication is an environmental, social and cultural history of our association with this. hauraki gulf The Hauraki Gulf lies between the eastern side of North Auckland and the western sides of the Coromandel Peninsula and Great Barrier Island.
It is exposed to open sea only in the north and hence possibly its name – hau meaning wind and raki meaning north. Islands of the Hauraki Gulf Imagine seeing a huge whale breach the waters just a few metres away from your boat, or a playful dolphin racing along beside you in the ocean.
Auckland's stunning Hauraki Gulf is well known for its yachting and beautiful offshore islands, but it's also regarded as one of the most biologically and geographically diverse marine parks in the world.
Mussel Reefs – Kūtai, Kuku Very special, nationally significant qualities are history and legends of the western coast of the Hauraki Gulf book in: the designation Hauraki Gulf Marine Park. Among these features is a stunning diversity of marine environments around open coast, rugged islands, sheltered bays and tidal flats.
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Moturekareka l. Kohatutara l. Motutara l. Motuora Island Tiritiri-Matangi l. LONG BAY. While this legend was popularized by author Willie Morris’ book “Good Old Boy,” the story dates back to the late ’s.
According to the legend, an old woman, who lived on the Yazoo River, would torture local fisherman. After hearing these reports, the sheriff tried to confront her at which point she gave : Daniella Dirienzo. The islands of the Hauraki Gulf and the Coromandel Peninsula were likely places of first landfall for Polynesian migrants around – CE.
Archaeological investigation of middens (ancient refuse heaps) on east coast beaches of the peninsula in the s revealed evidence of moa hunting and raids on seal rookeries. History Formation. Around 2–3 million years ago, a large block of history and legends of the western coast of the Hauraki Gulf book crust slumped down – metres, forming the Hauraki ancestral Waikato River often flowed through the resulting valley into the Hauraki Gulf, most recently through the Hinuera Valley s years ago.
Over time, the Hauraki Basin slowly filled up with pumice, mud and gravel. The oldest lighthouse, a skeletal shipwreck, a group of donkeys, and a former rehab facility are some of the attractions awaiting visitors to Auckland's Hauraki Gulf islands.
The stories, history. Some Maori legends say that one of the pioneering waka (canoes) to New Zealand came upon the island. The first traces of Europeans arrived with the missionary Samuel Marsden in the early s, several years after Captain Cook passed by and acknowledged the island in his travels through the Hauraki Gulf.
History and Legends of the Western Coast of the Hauraki Gulf A82 HMNZ Morley, William. Hauraki Gulf has been restricted to the western area and its products are Motu-korea and Rangitoto, with acapping of Rangitoto Ash on Motutapu and Rakino. Little isdefinitely known of the age of Motukorea, which isan eroded lava and scoria cone, but weathering features sug-gest that itisofacomparable age tomany ofthecentres ontheisthmus itself.
Hauraki Gulf. Auckland's Hauraki Gulf is a million hectare marine playground for Aucklanders and visitors alike. The spectacular beauty of more than 50 islands, seemingly endless bays, often deserted idyllic beaches, scarlet-splashed pohutakawa forests and the natural backdrop in general of sweeping sand, crystal sea and blue sky are a big : Sameer Khanal.
THE STORY OF THE HAURAKI GULF. By Raewyn Peart. Hardback, mm x mm x 37mm. kgs. pages, full colour photographs. Published September An environmental, social and cultural history of the Hauraki Gulf. 'The Story of the Hauraki Gulf' encompasses the million hectares of marine space that comprises the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park.
See Article History. Hauraki Gulf, large gulf of the South Pacific Ocean indenting eastern North Island, New Zealand. It is entered from the north by the Jellicoe and Cradock channels (west and east of Little Barrier Island) and from the northeast by Colville Channel (between Great Barrier Island and the Coromandel Peninsula).
Updated Vascular Flora of Pakihi Island, with notes on fauna, geology and some history, Hauraki Gulf, Auckland Ewen K. Cameron The privately owned Pakihi Island ( ha) is located just over 1 km south of Ponui Island in the Hauraki Gulf.
Vascular plant additions to the first published botanical account by Cameron et al. () are Size: 1MB. The Hauraki Gulf Marine Park is also New Zealand’s largest marine reserve, protecting our precious marine and birdlife.
For an unforgettable experience, jump on a whale and dolphin safari and head out to see these beautiful animals in their natural habitat.
For more Hauraki Gulf travel information visit Hauraki Gulf and Islands With over a million hectares of sparkling blue waters dotted with emerald islands, the Hauraki Gulf offers countless water activities and island adventures. Delamore Lodge, Waiheke Island, Auckland. The reserve areas feed into areas where people can fish, which is good reason,he says, for those with purely economic interests in the gulf to be in favour of a marine reserve network.
In the Auckland region, reserves proposed off Great Barrier Island, Miranda, Waiheke Island and the West Coast are all good steps towards establishing a network. Other Hidden Treasure: Confederate Gold in Wilkes County, Georgia. Confederate Ranger John S. Mosby’s Hidden Treasure.
Cornelius “Lame Johnny” Donahue & a Tale of Lost Treasure. The Largest K.G.C. Treasure Ever Found. Mobster Dutch Schultz & His Hidden Treasure. Legends of Captain Kidd’s Treasure. Outlaw William Coe & His Missing Loot. Within the Auckland region, the blackbacked gull breeds in scattered locations around the coast and on the islands of the Hauraki Gulf (Fig.
1) either as solitary pairs or. Located off the coast of Auckland, Hauraki Gulf’s 16 beautiful islands are ideal for outdoor activities like walking, horse riding, swimming, and dolphin- and whale-watching. From the vineyards of Waiheke to the hiking trails of Rangitoto, the birdwatching of Tiritiri Matangi to the secluded hot springs of Great Barrier, each of the islands offers something special.
Eventually they entered the Hauraki gulf and the Waitemata, where some others left the Tainui waka - canoe and settled on the narrow isthmus which later became known as Tamaki-makaurau. At each resting place altars were constructed and prayers offered-up for a. The Hauraki Gulf Marine Park was established in under the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park Act.
As our first national park of the sea, made up of million hectares of water and more than 30 major island groups, it protects scenery, ecosystems and natural features that are nationally significant for their beauty, uniqueness and scientific value.
Tiritiri Matangi Island is a hectare open wildlife sanctuary situated in the Hauraki Gulf. Tiritiri Matangi means ‘looking into the wind’ or ‘wind tossing about’ in Māori. The island is managed by the Department of Conservation in partnership with a volunteer community group, Supporters of Tiritiri Matangi.
In a native replanting programme began. HMS Puriri was a converted ton Anchor Company coaster that was commissioned into the 25th Minesweeping Flotilla on 19 April It was operating with another minesweeper, HMS Gale, off Bream Head in the northern approaches to the Hauraki Gulf when it struck a German contact mine, part of a mine barrage laid on 13–14 June by the raider Orion.
The Hauraki Plains and the Shorebird Coast is home to a diverse natural landscape and a hive of local activity. A vast region encompassing no less than twelve communities, The Hauraki Plains & Shorebird Coast contains acres of native forest, idyllic coastline, rolling rural hills and plains and the wide Waihou river.
Hauraki Gulf (hourä`kē, –ră`kē), large inlet of the Pacific Ocean, N North Island, New Zealand, forming the entrance to Auckland us islands are found in the gulf; Great Barrier Island acts as a breakwater. Hauraki Gulf. Pirates and Treasure Trove of South Florida DAVID O.
TRUE The history of piracy in America had its roots in Hakluyt's compilation of the "Principall Navigations, Voiages and Discoveries of the English Nation" in Almost one hundred years later, inEsquemeling's classic "Bucaniers of America" was printed in Size: 2MB.
Great outings on the boat watching the world go by while relaxing on a boat. The senery is beautiful with Rangitoto Island and Tiri tiri Matangi in sight.
Great way to spend a day out in the summer breeze crusing the Hauraki Gulf.5/5(). The largest island in the Hauraki Gulf is just a 30 minute flight or a two hour ferry ride from Auckland. The residents live in picturesque coastal villages relying on alternative power and water supply.
If that seems like a step back in time to a primitive existence, well there is good news. Saddle Island. Saddle Island is another one of the Hauraki Gulfs stunning small Islands, with a beautiful long sandy beach on the North West side over looking the entrance to Mahurangi Estuary and several other mainland beaches.
Named after Te Haupa, an important Ngati Paoa chief, this small island has a small reef system on the North East corner that can produce. Hauraki Gulf synonyms, Hauraki Gulf pronunciation, Hauraki Gulf translation, English dictionary definition of Hauraki Gulf.
An inlet of the southern Pacific Ocean on the northern coast of North Island, New Zealand. n an inlet of the Pacific in New Zealand, on the N coast of North. While Hauraki itself means the north wind, which used to bring raiding parties from that direction – the gulf now has another official Māori name: Tīkapa Moana o Hauraki, a sea protected by a sacred rock or mauri placed by the navigator Tametekapua of the Arawa canoe on an islet at the entrance to the gulf.
Explore Hauraki Gulf Islands holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Stretching between Auckland and the Coromandel Peninsula, the Hauraki Gulf is dotted with motu (islands), and is as equally stunning as Northland's Bay of Islands.
Some islands are only minutes from the city and make excellent day trips. Hauraki Gulf is a bay in Auckland Region. Hauraki Gulf from Mapcarta, the free map.Coastguard Hibiscus operates two Coastguard Rescue Vessels: a m Naiad RIB based at Gulf Harbour Marina, download pdf a m Sealegs™ amphibious vessel based at Stanmore Bay.
Despite being crewed by volunteers (with jobs and families), the boats and their crew are available to respond to any emergency 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, days a year.Islands of ebook Gulf was ebook New Zealand’s first locally made TV documentary series — written, presented and produced by the country’s first female producer, Shirley Maddock.
Intended as a one-off programme about the islands of the Hauraki Gulf, it ran to five half-hour episodes examining everyday life in the area, at a time when Kiwi faces were still a novelty on screen.