Te Urupa o Kati Mamoe ki Onuku

Onuku Road, Onuku, Akaroa

List Entry Information

List Entry Status Listed List Entry Type Wahi Tapu Public Access Private/No Public Access
List Number 9554 Date Entered 14th October 2010

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Extent of List Entry

Extent of registration includes part of the land described as Road Reserve bounded to the north by the Awaiti Stream, to the South by the urupa fence line, to the east by the formed roadway and to the west by the Onuku beach/foreshore. The extent includes part of the land on the grassed flat between the formed roadway and the boulder beach, directly opposite Onuku Marae (Onuku Maori Reserve 886 2A), known as Te Urupa o Kati Mamoe ki Onuku and significant key features including tree planting and the fence surrounding the urupa. The wahi tapu is on part of the land described as Onuku Road, Canterbury Land District. There is no certificate of title for the land concerned.. The urupa is located in the road reserve directly opposite Karaweko, the wharenui at Onuku Marae on the grassed flat between the formed roadway and the boulder beach shoreline. The urupa is fenced off and planted with ngaio and other native trees.

City/District Council

Christchurch City

Region

Canterbury Region

Legal description

Legal road (Onuku Road) administered by Christchurch City Council and foreshore and seabed administered by Land Information New Zealand.

Location description

The urupa is located in the road reserve directly opposite Karaweko, the wharenui at Onuku Marae on the grassed flat between the formed roadway and the boulder beach shoreline. The urupa is fenced off and planted with ngaio and other native trees.

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Historical and associated iwi/hapu/whanau

Ngai Tahu

Construction Dates

Public NZAA Number

N37/19

Other Information

Onuku Runanga

A fully referenced Registration Report is available from the Maori Heritage Team of the National Office in Wellington.

Please note that entry on the New Zealand Heritage List/Rarangi Korero identifies only the heritage values of the property concerned, and should not be construed as advice on the state of the property, or as a comment of its soundness or safety, including in regard to earthquake risk, safety in the event of fire, or insanitary conditions.