Maori Sea Cave (C9)

An historic Maori Sea Cave named Te Ana o Matuku, Fox River Paparoa National Park New Zealand.

GPS: -42.031616° 171.383952°

Website with a cave mention: http://www.dreamlike.info/nzl/wes/bu/punakaiki/walks.htm

 

Fox River caves overview 1

Fox River caves overview 1

 

Fox River caves overview 2

Fox River caves overview 2

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The headland which hosts the Te Ana o Matuku sae cave, as seen from the north side of the Fox River highway bridge.

The headland which hosts the Te Ana o Matuku sea cave, as seen from the north side of the Fox River highway bridge.

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Info about the historic Brighton ghost town site at Fox River.

Info about the historic Brighton ghost town site at Fox River.

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The steps into Te Ana o Matuku Maori cave.

The steps into Te Ana o Matuku Maori cave.

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The twin cave openings of Te Ana o Matuku Maori cave.

The twin cave openings of Te Ana o Matuku Maori cave.

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One of the openngs of Te Ana o Matuku sea cave.

One of the openngs of Te Ana o Matuku sea cave.

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Looking out of the historic Te Ana o Matuku

Looking out of the historic Te Ana o Matuku

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The bach cottages along the public route to the Maori sea cave.

The bach cottages along the public route to the Maori sea cave.

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The historic Fox River Bridge.

The historic Fox River Bridge.

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The abandoned road tunnel from the Brighton ghost town.

The abandoned road tunnel from the Brighton ghost town.

The abandoned road tunnel from the Brighton ghost town, with the historic Fox River Bridge.

One Response to “Maori Sea Cave (C9)”

  1. Jonathan Mace Says:

    For what it’s worth, the path under the road is so overgrown with thistles that it’s easier to just run across the road. (Jan 2015)

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