Cyclone Daman 15 February to 22 February 1992
Cyclone Daman developed into a category 1 tropical cyclone 15 February 1992 north of Vanuatu. Twelve hours later, the cyclone brushed the northern tip of Vanua Lava before passing to the northwest of Vanuatu's largest island, Espiritu Santo, and heading out into the open waters of the Coral Sea. On 17 February, the track of tropical cyclone Daman began curving to the southwest, and then south-southwest and reached its maximum intensity with mean winds estimated at 140 km/h. On 19 February, Daman commenced transitioning into a extratropical cyclone.
During 21 February Daman bought gale-force winds to the upper North Island Manakau Heads near Auckland, a maximum gust of 205 km/h recorded during the evening of 21 February. These winds caused a moderate impact including fallen power lines and tree damage around the streets of Auckland.