The names of the final victims of White Island have been released, including the two still missing.
Those unaccounted for have been named as 40-year-old Hayden Marshall-Inman of Whakatane, and 17-year-old Winona Langford of Australia.
Confirmed dead by police on Tuesday were Australians Richard Elzer, 32, Barbara Hollander, 49, and 47-year-old Julie Richards.
A Whakatane tour guide, Inman has been remembered as "full of life". Inman's brother Mark told The Project last week he was "a real team player".
"He was a guy that would do anything for anyone," Mark said.
Winona Langford was on holiday in New Zealand with parents Anthony and Kristine, and her 19-year-old brother Jesse. Anthony and Kristine are confirmed dead, while Jesse was found alive in hospital on Tuesday.
Richard Elzer was on the Ovation of the Seas cruise ship with his partner Karla Mathews, who also died.
A statement released by Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), from friends of the couple, said they were among a group of nine travelling on the cruise.
"We enjoyed the first five days of our trip and have many memories that will stay with us forever," the statement said, as reported by news.com.au.
Barbara Hollander's sons, 16-year-old Berend and 13-year-old Matthew were formally identified on Sunday night, and her husband Martin was identified on Monday.
Julie Richards died alongside her daughter, 20-year-old Jessica, who was formally named by police on Monday.
In total, 16 people have died - however the identity of one, who died in a Sydney hospital, has not been released at the request of the family.