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Just down from the summit of Mount Maunganui there is a side track which takes you to this vantage point over looking Mount Maunganui ,Tauranga and suburbs with the Port of Tauranga in the middle.
This viewpoint has in the past been rather overgrown to the extent that you could hardly see anything but some one with savvy has organised for a few bushes to be trimmed and what a difference. Yay…about time. Well done.
To find it when you strike a stone marker shaped in a triangle you will see the track heading in the direction of Tauranga town. A very short walk…
Sunrise over Mount Maunganui in winter time has it rising on the northern side depending from where you are viewing. In this case the suns progress does mark the seasons progress till it reaches the shortest day then the cycle is repeated as the rise point heads back to the east and the promise of warmer times.
Sunset at Sulphur Point on a still winters evening. This image made from in front of the yacht club looking towards the harbour entrance beside Mount Maunganui.
Sunset over the Kaimai Ranges with low cloud washing over the hills creates an added dimension plus this strange sun reflective on the cloud in the sky just capped it all off.
This image was made from the beach picnic area at Pahoia which is frequented a fair amount by freedom campers enjoying the harbour views. From here you can see almost to the harbour entrance at Bowentown with Matakana Island to the side.
Historic old jetty at Tokaanu at the Southern shores of Lake Taupo is not the frequented judging by the potholed mettle access road down to it. The signpost is also rather obscure and there is not a lot of parking space. There just seems to be a air of past times here which is enhanced by the general feel you get with the preserved mostly old timbers which go so far and then you have a few piles left at the end. Nice to see people looking after the old historical structures and suppose only so much happens with something that isn’t really being used much with a modern boating facility around the corner. Maybe it needs a old steamer tied up alongside as this was its use when the roads north to Taupo town were non existent…so to speak.