Te Haumi

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Te Haumi
Te Haumi is located in Northland Region
Te Haumi
Te Haumi
Coordinates: 35°18′7″S 174°5′55″E / 35.30194°S 174.09861°E / -35.30194; 174.09861
CountryNew Zealand
RegionNorthland Region
DistrictFar North District

Te Haumi is a settlement south-east of Paihia and north-west of Opua in the Bay of Islands area of Northland Region, New Zealand.[1]

The Rangatira (Chief) Tohitapu lived at Te Haumi until his death in 1833.[2] He is remembered in the naming of Tohitapu Road.


  1. ^ Roger Smith, GeographX (2005). The Geographic Atlas of New Zealand. Robbie Burton. map 20. ISBN 1-877333-20-4.
  2. ^ Smith, S. Percy – Maori Wars of the Nineteenth Century (Christchurch 1910) page 458. online at NZETC

Coordinates: 35°18′07″S 174°05′55″E / 35.3019°S 174.0985°E / -35.3019; 174.0985