This post carries on from Part One (Rainbow Road), there was just too much to see and too many photo opportunities for one post!
Another beautiful beach in the Catlins – Cannibal Bay
Here is a taste of some of Dunedin’s amazing street art – There are 25 different sites featuring artists from around the world.
We had been to Shanty Town years ago and on a recent trip to the West Coast, we wondered if it was worth another look – it certainly was.
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.
McKee Memorial Scenic Reserve occupies an area of coastal land at the northern end of Ruby Bay. The reserve is approximately 1 km north of Ruby Bay township. A nice camping and picnic area with great view across the bay to Nelson.
Mt John Observatory – For amazing views of the Mckenzie country and a very interesting place to visit.
While staying in Motueka for a few days we were exploring the surrounding area and stumbled on Higgins Heritage Park, might be interesting we thought! And it was – for $5 you can wander around this large complex full of interesting machinery and ‘stuff’.
Last weekend we went for a fly over Dunedin City.
On our recent holiday we stayed at Hokitika, a great spot on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island. We hadn’t spent much time around this area and one of the places we really wanted to visit was the beautiful Hokitika Gorge.