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Historical cultural site

Not a lot to see but this site has historical and cultural significance to the Cook Islanders. A... read more

Reviewed 8 December 2016
WoollamiaTweety
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Woollamia
The sights

Not much to see but an interesting story , not easy to find, it's up the back roads, which is... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2015
Trudy C
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Whangarei Heads, New Zealand
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7 Dec 2016
“Historical cultural site”
16 Aug 2015
“The sights”
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This historic and sacred site consists of several stone structures forming a koutu or royal court where Maori chiefs were inaugurated.
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Reviewed 8 December 2016

Not a lot to see but this site has historical and cultural significance to the Cook Islanders. A bit hard to find but worth a visit. call at the tourist information center in Avarua.

Thank WoollamiaTweety
Reviewed 16 August 2015

Not much to see but an interesting story , not easy to find, it's up the back roads, which is interesting in itself , enjoyed seeing the homes and gardens we passed on the drive.

Thank Trudy C
Reviewed 15 April 2015

I used to live behind the back road on the path towards Arai Te Tonga. Don't be scared of any barking dogs if you do venture down, they are just excited to go with you :) The white dog is Sugar Ray and the caramel...More

Thank Nicolini22
Reviewed 12 August 2013

I always like to checkout historic ruins no matter where. We rode our scooter along the Back Road and missed the little sign and after asking a local farmer were directed back. Only a small grouping of stones and a larger platform area, all a...More

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