In the notice titled “Notice of Final Decision to Assign Place Names in the Ross Dependency Area, Antarctica” and published in the New Zealand Gazette, 10 May 2001, No. 48, page 1094:
For Kea Nunataks replace “77°17′S, 166°51′E” with “77.28959°S, 166.85833°E”.
For Mūmū Nunatak replace “77°27′S, 169°04′E” with “77.45440°S, 169.06068°E”.
For Parawera Cone replace “77°29′S, 168°59′E. A cone rising to approximately 1300 metres at the north-east end of Tekapo Ridge in Kyle Hills, Ross Island. The cone is 1.61 kilometres north-west of Ainley Peak” with “77.48676°S, 168.98807°E. A cone rising to approximately 1274m at the north-east end of Tekapō Ridge in Kyle Hills, Ross Island. The cone is approximately 2 kilometres north-west of Ainley Peak”.
For Pōnui Nunatak replace “77°35′S, 169°01′E” with “77.57910°S, 169.01378°E”.
For Ruru Crests replace “77°14′S, 166°38′E” with “77.24032°S, 166.63334°E”.
For Tarakākā Peak replace “77°30′S, 169°09′E. A peak 2.09 kilometres east north-east of Ainley Peak in the Kyle Hills, Ross Island. The feature rises to approximately 700 metres.” with “77.49646°S 169.15037°E. A peak 2.7 kilometres east-northeast of Ainley Peak in the Kyle Hills, Ross Island. The feature rises to approximately 884 metres.”.
For Te Puna Roimata Peak replace “77°27′S, 167°34′E. A peak (approximately 890 metres)” with “77.44667°S, 167.55873°E. A peak (approximately 931 metres)”.
Dated at Wellington this 22nd day of June 2017.
W. K. SHAW, Secretary, New Zealand Geographic Board Ngā Pou Taunaha o Aotearoa.