Together with Nu'ulua, a smaller isle in the Aleipata group, the two areas are significant conservation areas for native species of bird life. Nu'utele features steep terrain with vertical marine cliffs up to 180 m high.
Nu'utele serves as a famous background scene for the popular Lalomanu beach area.
- "Upolu". Global Volcanism Program. Smithsonian Institution. (includes Nu'utele)
- Some information about Nu'utele and Nu'ulua.
-  Pacific Cooperative Islands Initiative. Retrieved 26 October, 2009
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