Napenape was an important place for Māori living in Canterbury, and has been studied by archaeologists. A remnant of coastal lowland forest reaches the coast, which is fringed with spectacular limestone cliffs. The beaches are strewn with limestone boulders.
Te whakamahi i tēnei tūemi
Watercolour by Ben Woollcombe
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