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Exploring the Hauraki Gulf

Linda Bercusson

Exploring the Hauraki Gulf

from Bream Head to the Coromandel

by Linda Bercusson

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Published by Craig Potton in Nelson, N.Z .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Islands -- New Zealand -- Hauraki Gulf -- Guidebooks,
  • Hauraki Gulf (N.Z.) -- Guidebooks,
  • Auckland (N.Z. : Region) -- Guidebooks

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography (p. 174-176) and index.

    StatementLinda Bercusson & John Walsby.
    GenreGuidebooks
    ContributionsWalsby, John.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDU430.H32 B47 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination180 p. :
    Number of Pages180
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23692593M
    ISBN 101877333883
    ISBN 109781877333880
    LC Control Number2009459269

    Centuries-old campsites and Maori pa settlements still remain. Have you ever wondered how is that to have a wonderful beach in an urban area, heaven next to the civilisation? Today the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park has five separate marine reserves that fall under its protective umbrella. The island has a cemetery with a spectacular view of the Hauraki Gulf. The most regular service to the island is operated by Fuller Ferries, departing from under the clock tower on Quay Street in downtown Auckland check the full time table here.

    Motuora Island Conservation island in the Hauraki Gulf, famous for its kiwi sanctuary. Get ready to explore all that Auckland has to offer and book your tour today. Source 2. It is also considered water activities heaven by many - not hard to understand once you factor in the sheltered nature of the inner gulf, numerous harbours and the semi-shallow coastal environment.

    The elegant accommodation is made up of three separate sheds, each with their own balcony, bathroom, lounging area and entertainment facilities. Isolated beaches, amazing clifftop walks with beautiful views, and places to camp overnight. Therefore, be aware that these beaches, including Milford, are part of the Pacific Ocean, meaning they are larger than at a regular sea. Inmy mum, Shirley Maddock, lived with her parents while making the pioneering documentary series Islands of the Gulf. One of my favourite outings was to Mission Bay at dusk.


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If you happen to visit the beach on the weekends, you will find lots of families doing barbeques, enjoying music, playing sports, walking, and having fun there. If you are into walking, there is a great 2 - 5 km long beach walk path between Milford and Takapuna.

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Begin discovering the bustling hub of Auckland by exploring its suburbs, local attractions and waterfront communities, including Tamaki Waterfront, the Harbour Bridge, Wynyard Quarter and Viaduct Harbour. You can get a cab or a bus from the ferry terminal upon arrival on Waiheke.

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