15 March 7:00am till 19 March 8:00pm
Explore one of New Zealand's last outposts, meet the locals, discover the wildlife and hear about the islands rich culture and history. D'Urville Island is named after the French explorer Jules Dumont d'Urville who sailed here on the Astrolabe in early 1827. The island is our 1/8th largest, but with only 52 residents. We meet at Blenheim Airport and are transferred to the island by minivan and boat. Includes beach cottage accommodation, meals on the island, return ferry crossing, minivan transport, boat cruise, blue cod fishing and water taxi.
Full details of all events are listed in the current newsletter
Organised kayak trip down the Whanganui RiverUploaded on 21 FEB 2019
The World of Wearable ArtsUploaded on 04 NOV 2018
If you love art and crafts, the NZ National exhibition of mosaics was a must see.Uploaded on 16 OCT 2018
An 8 day cycle trip from Brisbane to Noosa to Pottsville following the whales.Uploaded on 07 OCT 2018
33rd Jazz and Blues FestivalUploaded on 16 AUG 2018