Pursuant to section 15 of the New Zealand Geographic Board Act 1946, notice is hereby given of the final decisions of the New Zealand Geographic Board Nga Pou Taunaha o Aotearoa to assign new or altered place names, stated in the first column of the Schedule below, to the places described in the second column of the said Schedule, and that such decisions take effect on 15 June 2007.
North Auckland Land District
Five Manawatawhi/Three Kings Islands place names – topographic map 260-L01 Three Kings and hydrographic chart NZ4111:
Lion Rock Coastal marine feature located at the easternmost end of Princes Islands, Manawatawhi/Three Kings Islands, topographic map 260-L01 Three Kings, GR 243 804, and hydrographic chart NZ4111, 34°10'40?S Latitude 172°03'27?E Longitude. Not named on current map. Lion Rock shown on current chart.
Maratea Shoals Group of three exposed shoals south of Tasman Bay, Manawatawhi/Great Island, GR 328 815 and 34°10'S Latitude 172°09'E Longitude. Not named on current map. Dragon Teeth Shoals (not official) shown on current chart.
Pataea Bay Coastal bay at the westernmost end of Manawatawhi/Great Island, GR 302 833 and 34°09'S Latitude 172°07'20?E Longitude. Not named on current map. Crater Bay(not official) shown on current chart.
Petu Point Coastal point at the north-easternmost end of Manawatawhi/Great Island, GR 334 839 and 34°08'40?S Latitude 172°09'30?E Longitude. Not named on current map or chart. Also referred to as East Point or Kaharoa Point (not official).
Tapatu Bay Coastal bay at the south-west of Manawatawhi/Great Island, GR 306 823 and 34°09'40?S Latitude 172°07'35?E Longitude. Not named on current map. Little Bear Bay (not official) shown on current chart.
Taranaki Land District
Oneone Hill Hill at height 351m, located in Mount Messenger Forest, topographic map 260-R18 Ohura, GR 516 517. Spelling alteration from Oenone.
Nelson Land District
Neimann Creek Stream flowing generally easterly from State Highway 60 into Waimea Inlet, topographic map 260-N27 Moutere, source: GR 211 882, approximate confluence: GR 230 889. Spelling alteration from Neiman Creek.
Canterbury Land District
Paterson Hill Hill at height 1113m, located in the foothills above where the Waimakariri River enters the Canterbury Plains, topographic map 260-L34 Puketeraki, GR 226 741. Spelling alteration from Patterson Hill (replacing previous New Zealand Gazette, 13 January 1966, No. 1, page 18).
Paterson Stream Stream flowing generally easterly into the Waimakariri River, located in the foothills above where the Waimakariri River enters the Canterbury Plains, topographic map260-L34 Puketeraki, source: GR 202 716, confluence: GR 243 005. Spelling alteration from Patterson Stream.
Westland Land District
Heemskerck Glacier Alpine glacier flowing northerly from the main divide into Albert Glacier, located north of Mount Tasman, topographic map 260-H36 Mount Cook, GR 810 355. Spelling alteration from Heemskirk Glacier.
Otago Land District
Pahatea/Durden Hill Hill at height 444m, located 3km northwest of Waikouaiti, with a beaconed trig station “A26E, D Derdan Hill” at its summit, topographic map 260-I43 Waikouaiti, GR 255 119. Restoring the original Maori name and spelling alteration from Derdan Hill.
Southland Land District
Grainger Falls Waterfall located along Grainger Stream, topographic map 260-A44 and A45 Five Fingers and West Cape, GR 092 496. Not depicted or named on current map.
Grainger Stream Stream commencing from its outlet along the eastern shores of Lake Hector, flowing generally easterly and southerly into the Western Passage of Chalky Inlet, located in southern Fiordland, topographic map 260-A44 and A45 Five Fingers and West Cape, source: GR 086 497, confluence: GR 091 492. Not named on current map.
Dated at Wellington this 31st day of May 2007.
W. K. SHAW, Secretary, New Zealand Geographic Board Nga Pou Taunaha o Aotearoa.