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Only a Restaurant and a pub in the village but the food in the Restaurant is very good - especially if you like fish.
Dress Code: No Dress code
Updated Jan 21, 2004
Address: At the end of the village
This is the only shop in Moeraki. It sells loads of lovely gifts. My brother-in-law sells some postcards in the shop as well.
Updated Mar 16, 2004
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: I would recommend taking atleast one pair of jeans and a jumper - even in the summer. As you are close to the sea, it can get chilly. As you can see from the photo, I am wearing shorts and a JUMPER - why I am not sure. But it was cold and my legs where cold and this was in jan - THERE SUMMER!!!
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Loads of Sun Block
Photo Equipment: Loads of film. Moeraki has loads of lovely views. In this photo my future Brother-in-law is takening ages to get the right photo - he is a photographer.
Written Mar 16, 2004
Favorite thing: At Moreaki, 30 Km south of Omaru, there are amazing spherical boulders.
They are natural geologic formations, but the Maori people as a poetic explanation for this rocks, they call it, te kai hinaki ‘food baskets’ and kumara ‘sweet potatoes’.
Updated Sep 29, 2002