A popular seaside park, Queen Elizabeth Park is the gateway to Wellington's 'gold coast', the Kapiti Coast. Swim ... More
Queen Elizabeth Park
A popular seaside park, Queen Elizabeth Park is the gateway to Wellington's 'gold coast', the Kapiti Coast. Swim in the safe waters of the Tasman sea, picnic on the nearby shore or in the reserve, ride the trams which is a feature of the park or wander over the sand dunes, native bush and through the historic sites and wetlands this area is renowned for. Good facilities are available for campers with numerous picnic sites, toilets, dressing sheds and cold water. Camping is popular in the summer and there are tourist cabins and a lodge. It is open daily from 8a to dusk.
Took the grandkids for a ride to the beach from the park in the tram. $5 for adults and a couple of dollars dor the kids. Great value and entertainment. Loved the walk along the beach fossicking for things, then took the tram back. Lots of picnic area, walks, clean toilets, at the beach. Thoroughly enjoyable and liked by adults and kids.
Not one of Birmingham's largest parks by any means, this is certainly among the prettiest. It commemorates Queen Victoria's Diamond
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This park comprises bush clad hills, sheltered valleys, freshwater wetlands, rocky headlands and sweeping bays. Visitors can picnic at one
of the many sites in the park or take a walk, ranging from easy to difficult and from half ...