Manawatāwhi / Three Kings Island topographic map
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About this map
Name: Manawatāwhi / Three Kings Island topographic map, elevation, terrain.
Average elevation: 3 m
Minimum elevation: 0 m
Maximum elevation: 287 m
With an area of 4.04 square kilometres (1.56 sq mi), Manawatāwhi / Great Island is by far the largest island of the group. A northeastern peninsula, with an area of about 1 km2, is almost cut off by a 200 m wide but more than 80 m high isthmus formed by North West Bay and South East Bay. The island reaches an elevation of 295 m in the western part, while the peninsula is up to 184 m high near its western cliffs. The southern portion consists of the Tasman Valley, a series of rolling hills that draining into the Tasman Stream. Most of the Māori archaeological features on the islands are found in this area.
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