Onetangi is a settlement on the north coast of Waiheke Island in New Zealand. It has a long white-sand beach fronting onto Onetangi Bay.
The name means "Weeping Sands" in the Māori language, and comes from a battle in 1821 during the Musket Wars. The area was subdivided for settlement in 1921.
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