Across the harbour from downtown Wellington, Eastbourne occupies a foreland built up by the meeting of sediment-laden currents. For centuries Māori occupied kāinga (settlements) in the sheltered bays, and more substantial pā on the headlands. Early pā sites include Matuaiwi and Korohiwa, to the north and south of what is now Eastbourne…https://nzhistory.govt.nz/keyword/eastbourne Place names The History of Days Bay, by 5H 2022, Wellesley CollegeRead More →