James Cook features on the city side of the Tūranganui River mouth, at the end of Waikanae Park. This statue was erected in 2000 and, unlike the statue formerly on Kaiti Hill, is accepted as an authentic depiction of the explorer.
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Photograph by Andy Palmer
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