Melaleuca Rock, also known as Melaleuca Rock, a simple and intuitive name, is a unique attraction on the west coast of the South Island.
The scenery is spectacular. Pieces of huge rocks shaped like thousand-layer pancakes bulge into the sea from the cliffs, or they may rise to the sky, or connect into one piece, with magnificent momentum. Stop and watch ~ the sea breeze, the waves, and the sound of birds; move to the scene ~ supernatural craftsmanship, colorful, impressed by the beauty and power of nature.
Comprehensive facilities. The trails, viewing platforms, and signs in the scenic area are very scientific and comprehensive. After entering the scenic spot, follow the trail and make a clockwise circle to see the whole scenic spot completely without taking any wronged roads; standing on the viewing platform, the most spectacular scenery is right in front of your eyes; follow the signs of the signs , It can not only increase knowledge, but also take evocative photos.
The transportation is convenient. Starting from Greymouth, the car takes 45 minutes to the north along the highway and arrives at the scenic gate on the side of the highway. Parking is also very convenient. Many tourists regard her as the first stop on a counterclockwise tour around the South Island.
The Melaleuca Rock on the South Island of New Zealand is a very peculiar natural landscape. The rocks on the seaside are naturally weathered into layers like a giant Melaleuca. It is very magical. This geological landscape is called columnar shoes. It is a natural miracle formed by the coast, and it is definitely worth seeing.
One-day west costal drive through Southern Alps n Greymouth just for the amazing natural wonder-Punakaiki Blow Holes and Pancake Rocks where the sea, wind and massive geological change have shaped the landscape creating fascinating stacked limestone rocks n eroded sea creating blowholes.
The Melaleuca Rock on the west coast of New Zealand's South Island is a very peculiar natural landscape. The seaside rocks here are washed layer by layer by the waves, like a giant Melaleuca. Millions of years of scouring have made the rocks here take on various postures, which is full of imagination.
The Qianshui Rock that I drove to is broken because the car on the road...did not catch the rising tide. It is a pity that I did not see the fountain in Figure 2. The natural scenery is very beautiful! It takes about 2～3 hours to visit the attractions. New Zealand is not self-driving, basically can't play.