Neil Burden’s legacy - Caring for the Cape (Part 2 of 2)
Next generation takes over at Burdens Camp and gannets business; bulldozers replace pick axes to clear the Cape, a love of classic...
Neil Burden’s legacy - Caring for the Cape (Part 1 of 2)
Neil Burden has been committed to the health and safety of locals and the local environment for decades, and still at 86-years retains...
Whaling era bones recovered
Dozens of whale bones discovered at Rangaika on the southern side of Cape Kidnappers (Te Matau-a-Maui) in the mid-1980s
Colin Trevelyan - Cameras, cars and a hovercraft
Former Te Awanga resident Colin Trevelyan, a collector of old cars and cameras, once owned the Living Image Vintage Camera Museum and a comm
Cultural collision at Cape Kidnappers
Despite having a mountain, a county, a beach, streets and so much more named after him, Captain James Cook, remains a polarising personality
Getting to the gannets
More than 20,000 people head to Cape Kidnappers by tractor tours along the beach or overland by 4WD or coach each year. Tours to the gannet
Cape Kidnappers has a new name: Cape Kidnappers / Te Kauwae-a-Māui
The NZ Geographic Board announced the new name on Wednesday 29th August 2018. Te Kauwae-a-Māui means 'The fish hook of Māui'. In Māori...