- Fishing shrine, Waiʻanae
This shrine contained two enclosures and more correctly might be called a heiau because of its size and complexity. Note the small platform in the corner. It is now occupied by a homeless person, who has moved and reconfigured many of the stones.
- Pu’upāhe’ehe’e Heiau
The location of Paheʻeheʻe Heiau, now a plantation-era graveyard where former heiau stones may have been "repurposed." A section of ʻiliʻili pavement still remains in the grass to the rear of the graveyard.
- Kamaile Unu, 1996
Waianaʻe residents with ancestral connections to that area use the term Unu rather than heiau to refer to large ceremonial structures.