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There's plenty of great places to explore when you hire a bike from us! Check out:

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Pencarrow Head

Evidence of early Maori occupation, along with Pencarrow Lighthouse and amazing views across Cook Strait to the Kaikoura Ranges.

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Pencarrow Lighthouse

New Zealand's first lighthouse, "manned" by New Zealand's first and only female lighthouse keeper.

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Pencarrow / Parangarahu Lakes

New Zealand's last relatively unmodified wetland systems, lakes Kohangatera and Kohangapiripiri are home to a unique selection of native plants, native fish and native birds.

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SS Paiaka Wreck

A small steel-hulled steamer wrecked in 1906, one of hundreds of ships that are buried under the waves or sands along this coastline.

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Baring Head / Orua-pouanui

An important site for Mahinga Kai or traditional maori food-gathering, and more recently significant for its World War 2 bunkers and lighthouse.

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Turakirae Head

Wellington's largest fur seal colony, and geologically significant through its earthquake-raised beaches.

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The Hutt River Trail

Great for families, follow the meandering riverside trail up to its source at Kaitoke.


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