“The true beauty of this place lies within the intangible values. They reach back beyond the narratives that historians and archaeologists and heritage practitioners and law makers would conventionally rely on. These intangibles are things that create deep senses of belongings and those are represented through the stories, the songs, and the relationships that people have with this place. The importance of these intangible values are overlooked time and time again through our heritage management of places of importance within New Zealand.” – Pania Newton