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Blockhouse Bay walks

​Blockhouse Bay Village walk

See the starting point for this walk on Google maps.

In the 1950s, after World War II, the big blocks of land began to be subdivided, and Blockhouse Bay went from being a sleepy country area to the thriving suburb it is today.

This walk features places in the village, including Armanasco House, (an early farmhouse), the library, school, tearooms, early shops, and churches, as well as murals and sites which represent aspects of Blockhouse Bay’s history.

This walk will take approximately one hour

Blockhouse Bay seaside walk

This walks starts at the end of Endeavour Street. See Endeavour Street on Google maps.

This walk includes Te Whau Point, site of Te Whau pa. It also includes the sites of early seaside shops and kiosks, cottages and baches, the boat ramp, sea wall, changing sheds and yacht club.

This walk will take approximately one hour

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