Punakaiki Beachfront Motels

Address: Mabel Street, Punakaiki, South Island, 7873, New Zealand | Motel
 
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This motel, located on Mabel Street, Punakaiki, is near Pancake Rocks and Pancake Rocks.
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      Travel Blogs from Punakaiki

      Pancackes anyone?????

      A travel blog entry by mfbernier65 on Nov 06, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... that the brewery have daily tours with samples.... we may have trouble avoiding that location on our way to Arthur's Pass. Oh I digress, back to Hanmer Springs.....Surprise, surprise, on the day we left ( Tuesday am), we woke up to a couple to 3 cm of snow on the ground, never thought that would happen at this time of year ..... As we had to drive through a mountain pass to get to the west coast I was a little concerned about the snow there as well, but all was fine. ...

      Train from Christchurch and Punakaiki

      A travel blog entry by sandjtravels on Nov 02, 2014

      11 photos

      ... rocks and recce the blow holes for later. The pancake rocks are limestone rocks which look like a pile of pancakes and were formed through the layering-weathering process called Stylobedding. When the sea is at high tide the sea surges into the caverns and blows up through the blowholes. The sea was quite rough already but the tide was not high enough for the blow holes to perform.

      We came back after 7pm by then ...

      Day 32. Exploring the coast & evening camp fire

      A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Sep 29, 2014

      24 photos

      ... holes for us today. When it came to free camping we would use a few methods: pull in somewhere suitable, there were often lay-bys or scenic spots. Generally, self contained vehicles like us were OK in most places (not really in towns). It would say if we were not permitted and we didn't ever want to risk the $200 fine. We also used the campermate app which was ace. It was a map that used GPS to show us the nearest designated ...

      Wellington/ Upper Hutt an the South Island

      A travel blog entry by nikkihart on Aug 18, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... drive in the dark over here as cats eyes are rare and street lightning well it's near enough non existent! So we got to Bleinham another small place with not much to do apart from see the sites and walk. Anyways we got told to stop at a waterfall jut outside of Kaikoura and wow it was amazing there were 8 tiny little seal pups swimming by the waterfall. They go and play by themselves everyday while their mums sleep on the beach ...

      Day 158 24.06.14

      A travel blog entry by daryl-sophie14 on Jun 24, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      After a few hours sleep we got our things together and headed to reception, we checked out of the Sudima Hotel around 9am and they kindly gave us a lift to the Mighty Campervans office on the courtesy bus. After sorting all the necessary paperwork and insurance we picked up our camper van!! It's a beauty, a Mighty Highball with a double bed, kitchenette, fridge and microwave (everything we need for our road trip). He has been named Samuel, for reasons being ...