On the left the famous Motu Kōkako, also known as Piercy Island or "The Hole In The Rock”.
The others are Tiheru Island, also known as "The Dog" (middle) and Otuwhanga Island (on the right), New Zealand.
Motu Kōkako, also known as Piercy Island or "The Hole In The Rock”, is located off the north coast of the North Island of New Zealand. It is at the very northern tip of Rakaumangamanga (Cape Brett) in the Bay of Islands. It is Māori freehold land, which is administered by the Motu Kōkako Ahu Whenua Trust for the benefit of the descendants of the traditional owners. The island itself was named Piercy Island by Captain Cook in honour of one of the Lords of the Admiralty – it is called Motu Kōkako in the Māori language.
- Matthijs van Wageningen
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- Thursday 21 November 2002
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