within New Zealand
Waiheke and adjacent islands Holidaymaker Map 336-03F (folded)
Edition 2 1989 Scale 1:50 000
Waiheke is a large island in the Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand, between the Auckland mainland and the Coromandel Peninsula.
The Department of Conservation and Auckland Regional Council both manage park lands and public reserves on the island. Reserves managed by DOC include the Stony Batter Historic Reserve, Matietie Historic Reserve and Te Matuku Bay Cemetery and Scenic Reserves.
Waiheke Island is a taonga (treasure) with many special places. National reserves like those on Waiheke protect natural, historic and cultural heritage for all New Zealanders, and help safeguard the biodiversity of the planet.
The Hauraki Gulf islands include: Rangitoto, Motutapua, Motuihe, Browns, Rakino, The Noises, Pakatoa, Rotoroa, Ponui and Pakihi.
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