The four sisters as the Maori call this group of old Kauri trees in Waipoua forest, New Zealand
Tane Mahuta, "God of the Forest", largest living Kauri tree in New Zealand - Waipoua Forest, Northland
The ancient Kauri trees of New Zealand - Photo by Vincent Bertot
Magnificent Native Giants of NZ, Kauri Trees, Northland, New Zealand
Tane Mahuta (Kauri tree), The North Island, New Zealand. Age unknown, may be between 1200 & 2500 y.
Tane Mahuta a Kauri tree - North Island, New Zealand
Te Matua Ngahere "Father of the Forest" is a giant kauri (Agathis australis) coniferous tree in the Waipoua Forest of Northland Region, New Zealand.
Waipoua Forest - Standing tall and strong as Maori warriors, New Zealand's kauri trees are a sight to behold. Once felled sustainably for boat materials and gum by the Maori, the kauri suffered huge deforestation at the hands of European settlers.
Excuse me, while I kiss the sky.
"Tāne Mahuta" a giant Kauri Tree (Agathis australis),Waipoua Forest, Northland, New Zealand. Its age is unknown but is estimated to be between and years old. It is the largest kauri known to stand today. Its Māori name means 'Lord of the Forest.
Paronella Park is a heritage-listed tourist attraction, Mena Creek, Queensland