Ono: Kauri

Kauri are a cornerstone of the indigenous forests of the upper North Island. They are also one of the longest-living tree species in the world (reaching ages of 1000 years-plus), as well as the largest.

Mature trees have an average diameter of two metres. The biggest can reach heights of over 50 metres, with girths of more than 13 metres. To Māori, kauri are kings of the forest and a taonga (treasure) that connects them and their spiritual world

1 Requirement

  1. Earn 2500 Points