Stretching from the cliffs overlooking Maori Bay and the Gannet Colony north to Kaipara Head, Muriwai Beach with its fine ... More
Stretching from the cliffs overlooking Maori Bay and the Gannet Colony north to Kaipara Head, Muriwai Beach with its fine black sand is popular with surfers, families, surfcasters and dune buggies. You can drive all the way north, some 40 kilometres, at low tide, but the northern sector is sometimes used as a bombing range by the New Zealand Air Force, so make sure the red flag is not flying! The shop near the main car park has excellent coffee and burgers. There is a camping ground, many pleasant grassy picnic spots with shade, a playground and even a golf course at Muriwai. The beach opens daily at 7:30 a.m.
Cornwallis Beach has been inhabited for centuries, as evidenced by extensive shell middens. Settled by Europeans in the early 1840s,
Cornwallis and the surrounding area became important kauri milling areas. Today, Cornwallis Beach is popular for bathing at high ...
At 260 meters (850 feet), Rangitoto is Auckland's largest and youngest volcano. It last erupted 600 years ago and is
covered in regenerating bush, (including some extensive Pohutukawa forests), and barren lava flows. Views from the summit are exquisite ...
This small and elegantly understated dealer gallery overlooks the trees of lower Albert Park. Art here tends to be intellectual,
sophisticated and avant garde. Anna Bibby Gallery represents such well regarded artists as Emily Wolfe, Denys Watkins, Stanley Palmer, ...
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