Moeraki Village Holiday Park
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ahd fences put up, to keep the penguins from coming to the city, but since they have been breeding here for over 25 years, their instinct leads them back there, they won't just go and nest where the American tour company does its tours and demands admission.
Similar story with the yellow-eyed penguins, the I-Site won't tell you, obviousely, so get your travel guide and follow the signs to the beach, just before it gets dark, be quiet, don't scare them, keep your ...
... would make their way to the fence, behind a building. And no word of a lie, one of them would be on watch out. They would stand, wait and watch for ages. Cars would drive past, then as if they knew, they started to jump up and on to the side of the road, where they would stand and wait for a little bit longer. Then after a bit of discussion, one of them would start to walk out, when its safe and he's near to the middle of the road, he would stop and the others would run ...
Much as we could of stayed in wanake for the rest if our lives, it was time to move on. We had decided to miss out queenstown to save some fuel money and move straight into oamara where they have resident penguins. I drove all the way there, at first we saw lots if flowers next to the river which I'm pretty sure are lupins. we stopped and took some photos. from then on though it was not ...