Te Kooti's Cloak New Edit

Māori resistance leader Te Kooti sheltered in the upper Mōhaka area in 1871–72. He spent time on the Tataraakina peak at the junction of the Te Hoe and Mōhaka rivers, which is also known as "Te Kooti’s Lookout"

A Moment Of Light

Late afternoon sunlight on Te Mata Peak foothills with Mt Erin in the distance

Tom Parker Fountain 1936 New

At night the fountain comes alive with changes of light and pattern

Te Mata Peak Road New

An evening view over Havelock North and Hastings from Te Mata Peak

Spirit Of Napier

The Spirit of Napier statue with a beautiful rainbow in the background


A small part of one of Napier's amazing Seawall murals "Industrialisation & Exploitation of the Ocean" by "Seth" which pays homage to Paikea, a whale rider

Ahuriri Marina Pano

Evening light on Napier's Ahuriri marina and buildings with the hill behind


An old vineyard shed with modern services retro-fitted

Pania Of The Reef

Pania was a beautiful maiden who lived in the sea on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand