Waihi, and the, Martha gold mine, near the town centre
new zealand. mt maunganui, tauranga (worth the climb)
A great summer hide away and a busy little town all the time. Amongst the sunniest in New Zealand!
The Anglican Church, Raukokore, near East Cape, The North Island, New Zealand
Waikawa Point, highlighting which travels the length of the Bay of Plenty, turning south near East Cape and keeping close to the east coast to Gisborne
Waihau Bay, Bay Of Plenty, The North Island, New Zealand
Raukokore River, between the Kaha and Waihau Bay
Opotiki from the air. Otara river on the viewers left, Waioeka on the right. My brother and I used to take our canoe all the way down to the river mouth. You had to be careful with the tides - easy to get swept out to sea if you got it wrong.
Boats return to Whakatane harbour passing, Wairaka, the Maori heroine who saved the waka from the raging waters of the harbour entrance
Maketu, and,Okurei point, a sigificant point where, Te Arawa, peoples arrived in canoes and settled at Maketu, see more at New Zealand Journeys app for iPad www.gopix.co.nz
Waihi Beach, New Zealand
Hick's Bay, note the wharf right of frame, this was another important meat exporting bay when the coastal steamers were the only transport in and out
Wharekura Point, with, Te Kaha, beyond
East Cape, looking south, spot the lighthouse on top of the cliff
Katikati, town of murals, see more at New Zealand Journeys app for iPad www.gopix.co.nz