Punakaiki Beach Camp

Craig Findlay, the manager of the Punakaiki Beach Camp on the West Coast, said erosion had almost reached a point of no return at his site in the village famous for the Pancake Rocks. "It’s now at the.

If you’re not in a hurry, spend a night at Punakaiki Beach Camp, where the stargazing is out of this world. There are also walks, glow worms and the Pancake Rocks Cafe, which serves delicious food.

It came after king tides eroded about 11 metres of coastline in front of the Punakaiki Beach Camp, between Greymouth and Westport. Camp manager Craig Findlay was concerned that further predicted high.

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Punakaiki Beach Camp worker Jed Findlay said Crooks stayed with them in the small town between Westport and Greymouth. "She stayed with us just for one night. I don’t remember her. It’s hard to.

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Recent king tides have eroded about 11 metres of coastline in front of the Punakaiki Beach Camp, south of Westport. Camp manager Craig Findlay was concerned that further predicted high tides combined.

The huge slip near Meybille Bay, south of Westport, is proving a cloud with a silver lining for Punakaiki. Some of the estimated 2500-3000 cubic metres of soil and rock which landed on State Highway 6.

Connors said trucking rocks and earth to the Punakaiki Beach Camp to help with the West Coast Regional Council’s sea erosion work there was a fortunate benefit of the slip. "We harvest rocks from.

Punakaiki Beach Camp opened three years ago and in that time had got "substantially busier". * Tourists spend thousands on chauffeurs to avoid driving on New Zealand roads * International tourism.

Recent king tides have eroded at least eight metres of coastline in front of the Punakaiki Beach Camp, and Festival organisers and the Camp managers were concerned that further predicted high tides.

Construction has begun on a seawall to save a top tourism spot hit by severe erosion, but no-one has agreed on who will pay for it. Storms and king tides have eroded about 18 metres of coastline in.

The lessee of Punakaiki Beach Camp is worried the camp may not last the winter, as more rough seas batter the West Coast. Craig Findlay says sea erosion caused by the prevailing westerly conditions –.

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Good food too. Best place to stay: Punakaiki Beach Camp has cabins of various sizes, tent sites and powered sites. Fronting up to the beach on one side and the river on the other it’s so lovely and a.

Craig Findlay runs the Punakaiki Beach Camp which has more than 25,000 tourists a year, and says the closure of the track has affected the number of walks his customers can go on. He said before the.

A mother of four missing since before Christmas has been found alive. Sergeant Michel Bloom of Greymouth Police said a member of the public recognised Shelley Crooks while out on a track in Punakaiki,

The manager of Punakaiki Beach Camp said the line of erosion that threatened the camp was now too close for comfort. Craig Findlay said a single large severe event could take out the nearby sewerage.

The children live with other family members. Sue Findlay, from the Punakaiki Beach Camp, said she was relieved to hear Crooks had been found. Crooks had last used her eftpos card when she stayed at.

"She could very well still be in the bush but we just don’t know." Punakaiki Beach Camp worker Jed Findlay said Crooks stayed with them in the small town between Westport and Greymouth. "She stayed.