Split Apple Rock, (Kaiteriteri, S Island, NZ) is a geological rock formation in the Tasman Bay made of granite. The cleft to produce 2 sides of the 'apple' was a natural occurrence. It is unknown when this happened & the cleaving of the rock has attracted mythological explanations
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Old map of auckland NZ >>> Got a copy of this one framed and on our wall. Eye-opening in how it reveals just how many extinct volcanoes are scattered across the Auckland isthmus and surrounds.
In the 1850s Auckland province offered 40 acres (16 hectares) for any immigrant to the province who was likely to become a 'useful colonist', plus another 20 acres (8 hectares) for any child aged five to 18. Such immigration advertising helped to establish the idea that New Zealand was a pastoral...
Thomas Cook & Son Ltd :Cooks and Wagons-Lits World Travel Service. How to see New Zealand, 1938-39. [Front cover. 1938] | National Library of New Zealand
Booklet cover shows a two-panel illustration of a hot steam plume or geyser at the left, and at the right a Maori man in traditional dress performi...
Domestic servants wanted poster
'New Zealand wants domestic servants; good homes, good wages'. Cover of Information about New Zealand for domestic servants issued by the High Commissioner for New Zealand. London, circa 1912