Story: Te Āti Awa of Taranaki

Te Āti Awa lands

Te Āti Awa lands

This map shows the traditional lands of Te Āti Awa of Taranaki. On the coast, the southern boundary is Ōnukutaipari, near New Plymouth, and the northern boundary is Te Rau o te Huia, near Motunui. The inland boundaries, some of which are disputed by neighbouring tribes, stretch from the north-eastern slopes of Mt Taranaki inland to the Matemateaonga Ranges.

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Peter Adds, 'Te Āti Awa of Taranaki - Origins and lands', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 12 December 2023)

Story by Peter Adds, published 8 Feb 2005, updated 1 Mar 2017