We were staying at the Piano Flat camping ground for a few days last summer and decided about 10.00am one morning to take the dogs up the road and find a quiet swimming hole for them. After they had a good swim we thought we would drive a bit further up Whitecoomb road.
On a beautiful autumn day, after a walk around the Sutton Salt Lake track (see post), we had lunch at Quench cafe in Middlemarch then headed to the Hindon Railway station.
It was a beautiful warm Autumn day last Sunday so we decided to head to the Sutton Salt Lake near Middlemarch. The hour long easy walk around the Sutton Salt Lake is a great way to enjoy the tranquility and natural history of this stunning landscape.
Here is a taste of some of Dunedin’s amazing street art – There are 25 different sites featuring artists from around the world.
It’s always a pleasure to visit Oamaru’s Historic Precinct, it’s like stepping back in time, with it’s beautiful old buildings, cobbled streets, quirky markets and shops. This time it was a long weekend day out, taking in the Steampunk market, and a wander through the old streets on a gorgeous winter day. Followed by fish and…
We were just heading home along the coast road when we saw a big storm heading our way, so we rushed home, I grabbed my camera and got some photos.
Another trip, this time over the beautiful golden sands of Dunedin’s Southern beaches.
Last weekend we went for a fly over Dunedin City.
Historic Clarke’s Mill is a great place to visit – just off the main road south of Oamaru just before Maheno or just past Maheno, whichever direction you are coming from.
It was a beautiful day so we decided to visit the gun emplacements at Harrington point on the Otago Peninsular.