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There were about ten stone cairns when I was there. I love seeing the efforts of travellers (or locals) leaving their mark without leaving a mark. The impermanence makes the discovery even more delightful.
From the car park you can also walk up to the...More
This isn't an endorsed tourism site, so don't look for signs saying "rock stacks" or anything like that.
As you cross the carisbrook creek bridge, you will see the rocks on the left (the sea side). Either park at the car park on the right,...More
We were looking forward to contributing to the artist piles, but due to weather and sea there are only one or two wishing piles. It just means we need to built a few more to get it going again. The drawn back here, is the...More
We had read about the rock stacks and definitely wanted to stop, add a stack each and keep going, when we got there there were not too many around but the place was definitely where the stacks were to be made, loads of flat rocks....More
Our guide told us this place is constantly changing, depending on the time of year, weather conditions etc. The time we went there happened to be lots of stacks, but you could go back a week later and they will all have disappeared, but don't...More