Waikato River

Its people, places & history

By Ian D. Robinson

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Travel writer Ian Robinson takes the reader along the Waikato River, from the source to its outlet Port Waikato, describing and photographing the remarkable scenery and people as he goes. Along the way he explores the history of the places he visits, describes the people, sports, arts, food, wine, festivals, conservation issues, tangata whenua and more. A companion volume to Coromandel and Hauraki Gulf, the book provides a feast of local colour and experience with glorious photographs to accompany the river’s story.

Please visit Ian's website for more travel and new fiction writing. www.theedgeofthemap.net 

260 x 230 mm, 144 pages, colour, hardback with jacket


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Ian D. Robinson

Ian Robinson is a travel writer who lives in Auckland. Although he has travelled widely overseas, to research this book he stayed closer to home, at times revisiting some of his old childhood haunts. His previous books include: Gantsara, Alone Across Mongolia, You Must Die Once, about his travels in Tibet, Coromandel and, most recently, Hauraki Gulf.