The view there is amazing, absolutely a good place to visit when you are in Napier, Hastings or Havelock North. There is the toilets and drinking water provided before you have started to hike up to the bluff.
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Gannet Reserve is home to two gannet colonies. Beautiful views, many gannets babies around.. We´ve decided for walk from Scotmans Point at Clifton . You can take a tour bus. From allow at least 5 hours for a comfortable return walk along the beach. This...More
Absolutely a place to visit. Lots to do. Food is wonderful. Loved seeing the kewi. They say golfing is amazing. Hiking trails are beautiful.
visited in a organised tour. Was amazed to see so many gannets there, a wow factor. The scenery was stunning and the trip past the golf course was interesting.
a very unique trip out to view the largest mainland gannet colony in new zealand. travel via 4wheel drive or tractor drawn trailers. marvelous experience for young and older folk.
First of all I was happy didn't bring my toddler with me in a carry back. At times it was tricky, had to climb over some rocks and walk on slippery surface. I started walking 2.5hours after high tide from Te Awanga Motor Camp which...More
Having checked the tides, we parked the car and set out on the beautiful beach walk with towering cliffs on one side. At the 8 klm mark we saw the first of the Gannet colonies - the smaller colony. We then decided to continue on...More
You will enjoy the rich farmland as you drive to the southern end of the sweep of Hawke's Bay. There you will see the largest and most accessible mainland nesting place of gannets in the world. We watched them swoop and dive as they bring...More