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Hardware Store
“Wander aroundthe expansive Nursery and enjoy the indoor and outdoor cafe dining and yummy food”
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Beach
“A long beach, caves, natural arches, and a Maori "pa" (fortress). Also a local favourite place to dig for cockles. Like most beaches, this one is best at low tide!”
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Store
“Louise also has a great cafe and regularly invites live music into the Gallery, for the evening meal time.”
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Park
“This lagoon walk is stunning. You get to see the lagoon, estuary, a bit of town and lovely hills and forests.”
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Store
“Food and supplies without having to leave the Bay! Great ice-creams, and a full range of holiday food supplies - including a post shop.”
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Point of Interest
“Classic small town homegrown film night. Weekly on Tuesday evenings. Watch the international movies that arn't screened at the city cinemas.”
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Route
“this is a great walk, if you don't mind getting wet you can continue to long beach, the rocks and natural tunnels are really something else”
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Route
“Our favorite 'kid' friendly beach. An easy walk down under the cliffs. We would stop for a coffee and a fluffy at Blueskin nursery in Waitati.”
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Hardware Store
“Cafe in a delightful garden setting, small selection of food. Carry on to the beaches nearby, drive back over Blueskin Bay Road (not in icy conditions) to get some amazing views over the harbour and Port Chalmers. Note: road is windy and narrow in places, take care!”
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Scenic Lookout
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Park
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Locality
“It has an abundance of walks and beaches and some really great shopping. Blueskin nursery has a great cafe and beautiful plants. Skyhook is a great quirky artists nook and gallery and The Gallery across the road has an abundance of local artwork and ceramics. Down the road is Waitati DesigNZ which has some amazing gift ideas and showcases a few more local artists.”
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Locality
“If you drive out to osborne Beach, its a very sheltered beach and if you walk up and over the dunes (theres a staircase), to your right is the site of an old Maori pa. Theres nothing left of it.”
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