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Reed Methuen Publishers, Auckland, New Zealand - first edition ISBN:0474000168, 1985. landscape-format softcover, 9½" x 7¼. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Maps, 15 colour photographs, dozens of b&w photos, and 'further reading' list. The rugged and beautiful wilderness of the Coromandel Peninsula has a special magic for many New Zealanders. Once exploited for its giant kauri trees anf gold, it is today subjected to a new wave of occupation - artists and craftspeople, young people seeking an alternative lifestyle, plus holiday makers by the thousand. The text reveals a cry of sadness for the past and a deep concern for the future.