Story: Te tāpoi Māori – Māori tourism

The Pink Terraces

The Pink Terraces

This half of the famous Pink and White Terraces was known as Ōtūkapuarangi to the Tūhourangi people. Access to the terraces was controlled by Tūhourangi, who made significant income until the attraction was lost in the Tarawera eruption of 1886.

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Auckland Art Gallery – Toi o Tāmaki
Reference: 1963/37
Oil on canvas by Charles Blomfield

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Paul Diamond, 'Te tāpoi Māori – Māori tourism - 19th-century Māori tourism', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 28 May 2024)

Story by Paul Diamond, published 11 Mar 2010