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.
This track runs between Millers Flat and Beaumont on the north side of the Clutha River.