Hauraki Gulf


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Hau·ra·ki Gulf

 (hou-rä′kē, -răk′ē)
An inlet of the southern Pacific Ocean on the northern coast of North Island, New Zealand.

Hauraki Gulf

(haʊˈrækɪ)
n
(Placename) an inlet of the Pacific in New Zealand, on the N coast of North Island
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The deerstalkers were contracted by the government to carry out a cull of the common pukeko bird in Auckland's Hauraki Gulf.
A similar study is being conducted by Kiwi researchers in the Hauraki Gulf and off the West Coast of the South Island.
The regatta will finish with a scenic passage race round the islands of the inner Hauraki Gulf.
We had just crossed Auckland Harbour and part of the Hauraki Gulf, passing in the shadow of Rangitoto, an extinct volcano.
The summary said Greer also proposes to maintain and improve the airfield operations as a viable, commercial airfield facility to service the greater Hauraki Gulf area and Auckland.
A cloak of rainforest covers the surrounding hills, dozens of dormant volcanic cones dot the landscape and inviting islands are scattered throughout the vast Hauraki Gulf.
TOP TIP Take a boat tour of Hauraki Gulf to spot the rare Bryde's whale and dolphins.
He collected the squid eggs from seaweed in the Hauraki Gulf, near Auckland, and was rearing them in a tank at Auckland University of Technology.
The pilot in command, ANZ 747 Fleet Manager Keith Pattie, and his crew will operate the flight predominantly over the wider Hauraki Gulf area.
The test flight will last for approximately two hours and will depart from Auckland Airport, operating mainly over the Hauraki Gulf Area.
A state funeral is being planned as he had desired in his memoirs, where he also wrote, "I should like my ashes to be spread on the beautiful waters of Auckland's Hauraki Gulf, to be washed gently ashore maybe on the many pleasant beaches near the place where I was born.
Instead he wanted his ashes to be "spread on the beautiful waters of Auckland's Hauraki Gulf to be washed gently ashore" on the beaches near his birthplace.