Bay-head sand beaches of Banks Peninsula, New Zealand

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New Zealand Oceanographic Institute , Wellington
Beaches -- New Zealand -- Banks Penin

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New Zealand, Banks Penin

StatementP. R. Dingwall.
SeriesMemoir - New Zealand Oceanographic Institute ; no. 15, New Zealand Oceanographic Institute memoir ;, 15.
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LC ClassificationsGC1 .W39 no. 15, GB458.55 .W39 no. 15
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Pagination63 p. :
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Open LibraryOL5249676M
LC Control Number75322125

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Dingwall, P. Bay-head sand beaches of Banks Peninsula, New Zealand / P. Dingwall New Zealand Oceanographic Institute Wellington Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template. Goughs Bay is a good beach break on the end of Banks Peninsula. It picks up plenty of swell, but is generally a bit smaller than Hickory Bay.

It is a sandy beach with a reasonable gradient allowing the surf to break closer to shore. Not many people make it down to Goughs Bay. Banks Peninsula is a peninsula of volcanic origin on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand.

It has an area of approximately 1, square kilometres ( sq mi) and encompasses two large harbours and many smaller bays Bay-head sand beaches of Banks Peninsula coves. The South Island's largest city, Christchurch, is immediately north of the peninsula.

Image Source. Famous for its pier and sea view library, ‘New Brighton’ beach in Christchurch is additionally an aquatics lover's dream. Family friendly events are placed on throughout the year with a true sense of community Surf, spot birdlife, walk across wild sand dunes and buy the hand-crafted product Bay-head sand beaches of Banks Peninsula a weekly market at this sandy beach.

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Everyday low Author: P. R Dingwall. The main beach is consistently voted New Zealand's best for its surf, beachside cafes and seemingly never-ending white sand. Put on your walking shoes and head up Mauao for a spectacular view of the peninsula. Wharariki Beach.

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Damn you, New Zealand, damn you. A taste of turbo. Lines of white water are seen from kilometres away contrasting against the vibrant blue ocean rolling onto a wide black-sand beach. join us tomorrow where we delve more into that cultural side of the Banks Peninsula.

Coopers Beach is one of the more populated beaches in the far north, with a number of holiday and permanent residents.

The beach comes very close to the main road and driving through gives a magnificent view of the Karikari Peninsula in the distance. Cable Bay is the adjacent bay.

Both offer safe swimming and a beautifully colored sandy foreshore. According to Tripadvisor travellers, these are the best ways to experience Banks Peninsula: Akaroa Harbour Nature Cruise with Dolphin Watching (From US$) The Big Explore - Akaroa-Christchruch & Banks Peninsula.

The cyclist, Francis tells me, was Hugh Wilson, a well-known New Zealand botanist, a director of the Banks Peninsula Track, caretaker of Hinewai Reserve, and one of the pe­ninsula’s most eccentric.

Welcome to Banks Peninsula Gorgeous Banks Peninsula (Horomaka) was formed by two giant volcanic eruptions about eight million years ago. Harbours and bays radiate out from the peninsula’s. If you’re making your way to the northernmost point of the North Island, Matapouri Bay is a worthy detour.

It’s part of a series of idyllic sights you’ll encounter east of Whangarei, towards the Tutukaka uri Bay, with its characteristic horse-shoe shape and white sand beaches.

On the Tasman Sea side of Cape Farewell is Wharariki Beach - a wild, beautiful place where wind and waves have created massive rock and sand dune formations. The currents are dangerous so.

NZ Bound Index Search Hints Lists Ports. Place names in New Zealand originating from seamen and ships. Abel Tasman National Park, Easter Let those who come after see to it that their names.

Discover one of New Zealand most remote areas full of beautiful beaches, hikes and wildlife. Three Day Catlins Itinerary: Top things to do in the Catlins A guide to all the best things to do in the Catlins, New Zealand.

Hot Water Beach. The Coromandel Peninsula, two hours from Auckland, is home to many of the best beaches in New Zealand. Hot Water Beach is a favourite with tourists. An underground river of volcanically heated water runs beneath the beach and at low tide you can dig your own thermal bath right on the beach.

Urupukapuka Island Kayaking Escape Tour.

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Price: Adult $ per person – Child $ pp Duration: 3 hours (Full on Kayaking tour) Departs: Choose departure time on booking This is our newest tour. Piha Beach. Piha is a staple of our tour. It is a spectacular, popular Black Sand surf beach. Activities are tailored to suit the group’s desire, but include hikes, cave exploration, lagoon swimming, cave.

Karekare. From Alex at Discover Aotearoa – New Zealand from N to Z (Discover Aotearoa on Instagram). When I visited Karekare Beach the first time, back inI fell in love. Yes, with the sandy beach.

Pictured here: Seascape, Banks Peninsula, New Zealand. Courtesy Annandale "Most properties, and most architects in the book, have made an effort to effortlessly merge nature and architecture. Queenstown is the adventure capital of New Zealand and the next stop on our travel itinerary.

This small town is one of the most popular places in the entire country and recently became a must-visit place in New Zealand. According to Tripadvisor travellers, these are the best ways to experience Banks Peninsula: Akaroa Harbour Nature Cruise with Dolphin Watching (From US$) The Big Explore - Akaroa-Christchruch & Banks Peninsula /K TripAdvisor reviews.

Kerikeri is home to New Zealand's oldest standing European buildings, the Stone Store and Kemp House, both are open to visitors. Continue on to Paihia, an excellent base to explore the Bay of Islands. Nearby is a wealth of early New Zealand. Olga Katrychenko New Zealand / Getty Images.

The township of Mangawhai is a popular holiday spot for Aucklanders due to it's relatively close proximity to the city (under a 1 1/2 hour drive). The protected. Crammed end-to-end with breathtaking views over bays and beaches, quiet roads and a huge variety of riding possibilities, the Banks Peninsula is a little-known cycling gem, right on the doorstep of.

Wildlife Reserve and Sandy Beaches We’re reaching our furthest point on this coastal exploration! We’ll visit a wildlife reserve, where after a short walk, we’ll spend minutes looking for the rarest sea-lion in the world - the NZ sea-lion and NZ fur seals!

From here, we’ll admire one of the Otago Peninsula’s most stunning beaches. Deciding where to spend the warmer months with sand in every crevice and salt water lapping around your ankles can be an adventure in itself.

Here are ten epic New Zealand beaches. The study was undertaken at Okains Bay, an eastern facing bay on Banks Peninsula, New Zealand.

The Banks Peninsula complex was formed by two shield volcanoes of late Miocene .