This route is lovingly sponsored by:. With over 15,km of coastline to enjoy, New Zealand is naturally quite fond of boats… Boat cruises are a great way to explore NZ's rivers, lakes, beaches and fjords, offering a different perspective on both our landscape and wildlife. Accommodation Choose from a diverse range of accommodation. Home Site Map About us Contact us. The Naki is quite the surprise package. There is something for every level of comfort and budget. New Zealand travel is at its best with your own set of wheels. Frank worked for the council, road his bicycle over to Sumner every day, he push his bike up the hills and rode it down the other side.
Taylors Mistake is a popular Christchurch beach. from down town CHCH To get to Boulder bay, Carry on walking around to the right and past the gully for. Just walked along the track from Taylor's Mistake to Boulder Bay a few days ago.
Haven't done it for a few years and had forgotten how stunning it is, especially. From the Taylors Mistake carpark make your way behind the beach to the start of the Passing Boulder Bay, the track climbs up to the headland and the historic.
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Godley Heads Walk
Jet Boating The need for speed is alive and well! But most of all talk to the locals. Hawkes Bay Like a masquerade ball; full of pomp, ceremony, fine wine and food.
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New Zealand travel is at its best with your own set of wheels. This track ends in a park on the edge of Sumner.
Toilets: Located at Taylors Mistake car park and Godley Head car park.
Godley Head walking tracks Godley Head Taylors Mistake Walkway
At Boulder Bay it is worth detouring down to the baches lining the rocky beach. This scenic walk leaves from Te Onepoto/Taylors Mistake and makes its way up and around the cliff, finishing opposite Nicholson Park.
Cliff top walk from Taylors Mistake, amazing view of Christchurch, blue sea and we saw dolphins! It would make a great place to set up for a night of fishing. Frank worked for the council, road his bicycle over to Sumner every day, he push his bike up the hills and rode it down the other side.
Bay of Plenty The name says it all. The story goes; Frank and others were kicked out in by the friendly council again. Start Point: Clocktower at the Scarborough east end of the Sumner esplanade Transport and parking: Plenty of parking along the esplanade.