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Onaero is a settlement in northern Taranaki, in the North Island of New Zealand. It is located on State Highway 3 close to the shore of the North Taranaki Bight, 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) east of Waitara.
General historical works
- Whilst strictly not an historical work (in the sense of being a published book/monograph), the papers of Dick Purdie Jonas (held at "Puke Ariki". in New Plymouth) provide a wealth of historical, archaeological, and anthropological information about this region. See "Jonas, Dick Purdie (ARC2002-166)". Archived from the original on October 14, 2008. Retrieved 2008-01-26.
- Bristow, Margaret (1978). "Onaero-Mohikatino (i.e. Mohakatino) survey". Stratford, [N.Z.]: Taranaki Catchment Commission.
- Jardine, Edward Handforth (1981). "Water and land use: part I, Tikorangi-Motunui district: part II, Onaero Catchment". Stratford, [N.Z.]: Taranaki Catchment Commission.
- Hayward, Bruce W. (1981). "Biostratigraphy of Onaero-1 onshore well". Lower Hutt, [N.Z.]: New Zealand Geological Survey, Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research.
- For a 1969 map of the scenic reserves within north Taranaki (including the Onaero River, whose estuary forms the setting for the community and its beach resort) see "ARC2005-436 Scenic Reserves". Archived from the original on October 14, 2008. Retrieved 2008-01-26. . This is held at "Puke Ariki". in New Plymouth.
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