Recognised iwi in the Māori Fisheries Act 2004
This rohe map is based on the Area of Interest agreed between Te Aupōuri and the Crown in the Deed of Settlement signed on 28 January 2012. Te Aupōuri Area of Interest from the Deed of Settlement
From Te Wharau (at North Cape) west to Te Reinga; then South to Puketutu (a hill, a mile north of the present Kaitaia Golf Course) on to Te Oneroa-A-Tohe (Ninety Mile Beach) then east to Tangonge (below Pukepoto) to Kaitaia along the Rangitane stream, then north along its western banks to Ngakura-iti, and from thence to the western head of the Rangaunu Harbour, and continuing along the east coast to Houhora, Parengarenga and thence to Te Wharau, the original point of departure. (Maori Marsden)
This rohe of Te Aupōuri extends into the regions or districts of the following local authorities.
Contact information for marae may be provided by the Representative Organisation at their discretion.
Te Aupōuri does not have hapū.
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1 Iwi Representative Organisation:
Last updated: 25/06/2014
Represents Te Aupōuri as an "iwi authority" for the purposes of the Resource Management Act 1991.
Mandated iwi organisation in the Māori Fisheries Act 2004.
Iwi Aquaculture Organisation in the Māori Commercial Aquaculture Claims Settlement Act 2004.
Post-Treaty settlement governance entity [ Deed of Settlement signed with the Crown on 28 January 2012 ].
Legal entity: Private Trust
Governance structure: Seven trustees elected by the iwi whānui.
Chairperson: Rick Witana
CEO: Mike Stevens
Administration: Rosie Conrad
RMA Contact: Rosie Conrad Ph: 09 409-8006 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Te Kao PDC,
6636 Far North Road,
Phone: 09 409 8006