Te Heuheu may refer to several people from the te Heuheu family which has been the family of chiefs of the Māori Ngati Tuwharetoa iwi (tribe) for approximately 200 years. The name is also used for several landmarks in the central North Island of New Zealand:
- Te Heuheu Tukino I, first in the line of the te Heuheu chiefs
- Te Heuheu Tukino II, (Mananui) son of Tukino I
- Te Heuheu Tukino III, (Iwakau) brother of Tukino II
- Te Heuheu Tūkino IV, (Horonuku or Patātai) son of Tukino II
- Te Heuheu Tukino V, (Tūreiti) son of Tukino IV
- Te Heuheu Tukino VI, (Hoani) son of Tukino V
- Sir Hepi Te Heuheu, KBE, Hepi te Heuheu Tukino VII, son of Tukino VI
- Sir Tumu te Heuheu, KNZM, Tumu te Heuheu Tukino VIII, son of Tukino VII and current chief
- Hon. Georgina te Heuheu, QSO, a former member of Parliament in New Zealand & Cabinet Minister
- Te Heuheu, a peak on Mount Ruapehu in the Tongariro National Park on the North Island of New Zealand
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