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NZGeoDb Id:
13658
Name status
Official Assigned
Reference
Mins v/11 15/05/2003 pp 10; File BRD-02-01-00-117
Origin
Originally named “The Bounty Isles” in 1788 by their discoverer, Lieutenant William Bligh, after his ship HMS Bounty. On Captain Fairchild’s 1886 map and on the 1952 British Admiralty chart, the Main group was named “Western Group” and the East Group was “Eastern Group”.
Description
Group of islands approximately 700km east of southern New Zealand, in three clusters; called Main Group, Centre Croup and East Group.
Info Note
Shown on current map and chart
Feature Note
Park
Treaty Notes
Height
X
2053129.2
Y
4692979.9
Projection
NZGD2000
Shoreline mapped?
No - boundary of island will not be shown. Note that huts on this island will not automatically be listed
Active?
Yes

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