Tararua is a name used in several contexts:

  • The Tararua Range, in the south-east of New Zealand's North Island
  • The Tararua District of New Zealand, named for the Range.
  • The Tararua Forest Park, New Zealand's first forest park
  • The SS Tararua, a 19th century passenger steamship.
  • Tararua is a genus of the Agelenidae spider family.

Other articles related to "tararua, tararuas":

Palmerston North - City Facilities and Attractions - Windfarms
... The Tararua and Ruahine ranges are noted for being windy, and an ideal location for harnessing the power of the wind ... The Tararua and Te Apiti Windfarms realise this ... The Tararua windfarm consists of 134 windmills with blade lengths of 23.5 and 45 metres ...
Tararua Range - History
... The rugged terrain and frequently harsh weather of the Tararua Ranges served to discourage any substantial attempt at penetration by early Maori ... reputed to have have taken refuge in the Tararua mountains after they were displaced by the Rangitane and Muaupoko iwi (tribal groups) ... Specifically excluded from this "Tararua Block" purchase was an area of 1,000 acres reserved to protect the sacred lake Hapuakorari, the exact location of which remained uncertain ...
Tararua Wind Farm
... The Tararua Wind Farm is a wind farm owned and operated by TrustPower ... It is located on 700 hectares (1,730 acres) of farm land on the Tararua Ranges of New Zealand ...
List Of Agelenidae Species - Tararua
... Tararua Tararua celeripes — New Zealand Tararua clara — New Zealand Tararua diversa — New Zealand Tararua foordi — New Zealand Tararua puna — New Zealand Tararua ratuma — New ...
Tararua Range
... The Tararua Range, often referred to as the Tararua Ranges or the Tararuas, is one of several mountain ranges in the North Island of New Zealand ... The Tararuas run northeast-southwest for 80 kilometres from near Palmerston North to the upper reaches of the Hutt Valley, where the northern tip of the Rimutaka ... The highest peak in the Tararuas is Mitre (not to be confused with Mitre Peak) at 1,570 metres (5,150 ft) ...