The Story of the Hauraki Gulf
By Raewyn Peart
This very special publication is a social, environmental and cultural celebration of the Hauraki Gulf, and is the story of our association with this remarkable place. The book tells the story of the Hauraki Gulf from first discovery up until the present day.
The book has been produced in a very attractive full-colour, coffee table format with over 300 historic and contemporary photographs, drawings, nautical charts and maps. It will be a book to enjoy and treasure over time. It will also make an excellent gift.
To order bulk lots of the book (10 copies or more) at a discounted rate, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone the EDS office on 09 302 2972.
What others are saying about the book:
“With its lovely maps and photos and prose as clear as glass, the book just kept opening up. This is a wonderful book.” Geoff Chapple, NZ Listener
“This is a beautiful tribute to a stunning part of New Zealand, and one that we should all have on our shelves.” Boat Books