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Took a tour around this area with a long-time local. Fascinating history. Interesting views: second world war bunker, timber yards and of course the town. Three rivers including the shortest river in the world.
First of all you drive through the industrial portside and past some government slum then wind your way up the hill to the lookout. From up here you can't see how the logging industry has polluted the waterways and littered the beaches. On a clear...More
We walked up from the city. In places it was a little challenging though manageable for people of average fitness. There are lots of little areas to explore. You are able to access the area by road also
We were struggling to get an idea of the layout of the area and decided that a trip to the viewing point was in order. The approach road is a bit twisty but well worth the effort. The panoramic views from the viewing point were...More
Fantastic view of Gisborne. My husband particularly like the view over the port. They were loading logs and he watched them for ages. Kids we busy taking photos. Cool playground halfway up.
Really cool walk if you have the time, otherwise you can drive to...More