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Written by Wade Doak, Tutukaka Coast   
Tuesday, 21 June 2011

HMS Buffalo replica in Australia

The HMS Buffalo was a ship that sailed to South Australia in 1836. Her connection to Tutukaka started when she was moored here for a time, and had one of the first European contacts with the local Maori. This signified the start of a positive partnership in our area between locals and visitors.

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