Absolutely stunning place but no freedom camping is allowed in most places in moeraki including this 1
The millennium walkway, the map showed it to be waterfront so I walked the beaches. When coming back I discovered the actual walkway. But after heavy rain . Lovely walk.
Had a great lunch at the Tavern. Awesome bunch of girls. Great atmosphere. Its just like your local!!Thanks team for a fab evening.
Loved it. Shame it closes tomorrow for a short break as we love to drive from Oamaru just to go there on a Sunday. Keep up the good work team
Beautifull day in a cool spot.
Good for the history and story. Expensive to go look at some rocks.
Beautiful! Walked around the headland stunning scenery!
Friendly service and lovely food
Looking forward to the new toilets being built at this location.
Dont pay for going down steps on public land
Asian tourists very very loud but hey their here spending moneySo we left went to quieter place
Apparently been there, dont know what it is
Beautiful views of the ocean
Boulders were so round.
Never go there after rain, the track is so muddy that lots of dirt stick to my shoes.
There are small towns where you can visit the Moraki boulder. The town provides public toilets, clean beaches, and specialty shops. The trail has a chance to see hares and seals
A great place, from the platform you have a nice overview
Awesome attractionAnd sea lions and wild rabbits
You are left alone with seals, birds and little rabbits frolicking. Superb!
Great for leisurely strolling in a lovely place
Absolutely awesome ! It is not on the guides and yet it is worth the detour. To do absolutely, especially under the sun. It is barely fifteen minutes before the beach of the Moeraki bulders. Do not hesitate !!!
Wild poster show
We saw lots of seals and a penguin 😊
Address:174 Haven Street, Moeraki 9482, New Zealand