Chetwode Islands facts for kids
The group consists of Nukuwaiata Island (to the southwest), rising to 247 m (810 ft), and Te Kakaho Island (highest elevation 179 m (587 ft)) to the northeast. The remaining islets are tiny in comparison. All 324 ha (800 acres) of the Chetwode Islands are a nature reserve.
The islands are named after Lieutenant Chetwode, acting commander of the Cruizer-class brig-sloop, HMS Pelorus in 1838.
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