1820s Sealers were the first to visited Port Underwood then around about 1826 and they were followed immediately by the whaling ships
In the map above, if you zoom in on the walk, you’ll see all the following track points and their location. Each point has photos along with a description about each one.
You will wind your way around the coast to Ahuriri bay, 10.4km
From here it is a slow climb to the top of Robertson Ridge. Stop at the top, for fantastic views of port Underwood
Down the other side, Watch out for logging trucks. Don’t cut the corners.
At the bottom of the hill, take the turn off to the left, then the first to the right, this road will take you down to the beach. Were you can have lunch and a swim?
25.8km Ocean Bay
Just be for Ocean Bay is Tom Canes Bay, stop there for toilets.
There was a wailing station here years ago. You will drive past the rusting away blubber pot on the right hand side of the road.
We stooped for a walk at each Bay, It was so quite and the smell of the sea was so relaxing.
33km Robin Hood Bay
As you hit the beach front, the old house to the right, is very old. Read the board and go through the gate and have a look.
The camp site and toilet is 3 Minutes down the Rd on the right, Just before the climb up the hill.
On the left hand side of the road, right on the Road is a track running out to the coast, worth the 10 Minute walk.
You could get dropped off here and walk down to Whites Bay,
the turn off to Whites Bay.
A very popular place for weekenders.
Plenty of places to camp.
The toilets are in the Surf life saving Club building.
Back on to the sealed Rd after leaving Whites Bay.
there is a great place to pull over, get out of the car and look south down the coast for miles.
The main Rd back to Picton.
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