Story: Māori rock art – ngā toi ana

Craigmore rock art

Many of the most significant rock-art sites are on private property. The extraordinary images at Craigmore, South Canterbury, are on farmland owned by the Elworthy family. This video shows the site and the processes put in place since the 1980s to preserve the artworks while making them accessible to the public.

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Craigmore: South Canterbury, New Zealand

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, 'Māori rock art – ngā toi ana - European responses to rock art', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 17 June 2024)

Story by , published 22 Oct 2014