Hauraki Gulf

By Ian D. Robinson

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The waters of the Hauraki Gulf and its many islands are a treasure waiting to be discovered. Ian Robinson reveals a world of diverse histories, people, landscape, flora and fauna and much more besides. He skirts the mainland fringes – from Goat Island, through Auckland city and round Kawakawa Bay - then heads out to the islands of Rangitoto, Motutapu, Rakino and Waiheke, and the little islands in-between. From there he explores Great Barrier, the guardian of the gulf, and finally to the renowned conservation jewels of Tiritiri Matangi and Little Barrier Island. A richly illustrated, beautifully designed celebration of a special place.

260 x 230 mm, 144 pages, over 200 photographs, paperback with flaps


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Ian D. Robinson

Ian D. Robinson is a travel writer who lives in Auckland. Although he has travelled extensively overseas, to research this book he had to venture out to an area much closer to home that he hadn't explored before. His previous books include Gantsara: Alone across Mongolia, You Must Die Once about his travels in Tibet, Coromandel, Waikato River, and Tea with the Taliban: Travels in Afghanistan.