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All reviews drift wood great beach walk along the beach beautiful sunset black sand wild west coast sunset point long beach crashing waves tasman sea beach front the main street close to town nice walk easy access sunny day new zealand
Its a rugged beach that on our visit had a very rough surf with very sandy dirty water. I did actually wonder if people could safely swim in the surf. Obviously famous for the driftwood sign but really nothing compared to other spots along the...More
An awesome place to walk after a storm. The driftwood sign is cool, but the highlight has to be the mountain of twisted driftwood that has washed up on the beach and the rare opportunity to find pounamu washed up.
This beach is stunning, the ocean crashing onto the shore, there is no actual beach when the tide is in. It’s edged with huge rocks and driftwood everywhere. There is ample parking and lots of picnic tables. There are a couple of food vans nearby,...More
The west coast rolls in with a salty, fresh spray onto this beach. There is an interesting collection if driftwood that the locals and visitors have made into various sculptures. The scenery as the sun sets into the sea is impressive.
We walked to the...More
Hokitika is a beautiful little town and definitely worth visiting. We spent three days there and loved every minute. The beach is beautiful, covered with thousands of smooth stones. We were lucky enough to see a seal sunning on the beach just a few metres...More
Had a long lovely walk along the beach after dinner and what better way to spend quality time with your loved one(s) than to dip your toes into the soft fine sand while witnessing the beautiful sunset over the horizon. It might just be another...More