"The four sisters", as the Maori call this group of old Kauri trees in Waipoua forest, New Zealand

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, 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

The ancient Kauri trees of New Zealand - Photo by Vincent Bertot

Magnificent Native Giants, Kauri Trees, Northland, New Zealand -- these fern trees once covered both islands of New Zealand.

Magnificent Native Giants of NZ, Kauri Trees, Northland, New Zealand

Tane Mahuta, a Kauri tree, in North Island, New Zealand. Age unknown, may be between 1200 and 2500 years old.

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

Tane Mahuta a Kauri tree - North Island, New Zealand

Te Matua Ngahere "Father of the Forest". Kauri Tree - Waipoua Forest of Northland Region, New Zealand. Wow!! http://www.treesisters.org

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. Waipoua is one of the country's best-preserved pockets of kauri woodland. It's also home to its mightiest tree, the 2000-year-old Tane Mahuta, or "God of the Forest".

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.

Waipoua Forest,, Northland Region, New Zealand: go with a Maori guide into the forest amazing

Excuse me, while I kiss the sky.

Tane Mahuta - Lord of the Forest:: Located in Waipoua Forest, North Island, New Zealand, is the largest living kauri with a height of 169ft (51m) and a girth of 45ft (13.8m). It is thought to be 2,000 years old. A kauri twice as old and three times larger was destroyed by fire in the 1800's.

"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 Kauri Trees by 2minutes on Flickr Paronella Park is a heritage-listed tourist attraction located at Mena Creek, Queensland, Australia, Built in the 1930s by José Paronella, a Spanish immigrant. it inc tennis courts, cinema and a ballroom inspired by Spanish castles, to provide entertainment for the public. Since his death, a fire, a cyclone and several floods have badly damaged the park and the buildings

Paronella Park is a heritage-listed tourist attraction, Mena Creek, Queensland

Kauri Pine Avenue, Paronella Park, (120 km south of Cairns), Queensland, Australia

Kauri Pine avenue in Paronella Park is a tourist attraction located 120 kilometers south of Cairns in Queensland, Australia.

'Tane Mahuta', Kauri Tree. Northland, New Zealand  At Luxury Villa Rentals Koh Samui our aim is to provide our guests with deluxe hotel services within the privacy and space of your own luxury villa at Choeng Mon Beach, Koh Samui. Find out more information by visiting our site at http://luxuryvillarentalskohsamui.com/

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Tane Mahuta, Waipoua forest, New Zealand. The oldest Kauri tree. Estimated to be 1250 -2500 years old.

Tane Mahuta, Waipoua forest, New Zealand. The oldest Kauri tree. Estimated to be 1250 years old. Fabulous place, has real spirit.

Tane Mahuta - Lord of the Forest, Northland, New Zealand.

Tāne Mahuta, a giant kauri tree, lord of the Waipoua Forest, The North Island, New Zealand. Its age is unknown but is estimated to be between & years. It is the largest kauri known to stand today.

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Maori forest god Tane Mahuta's ancient roots in Waipoua Forest

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