The climate change on the west coast of New Zealand’s South Island is more complicated. As the warm and humid air at sea is blocked by the Southern Alps when it comes ashore, the weather is variable and rainy, and it is overcast.
It was almost afternoon when we arrived in Greymouth. Greymouth was very small and it would take another forty minutes to walk to the pie. Therefore, we chose this place within five kilometers from the city. The motel’s enthusiastic front desk told us that if we were lucky, we could see the dolphins. Did not see the dolphins, but saw the surfing scholar. This is a very rough seaside, there are not many tourists, but it is suitable to feel your heart, I like it very much, the white geese warm stone on the shore is beautiful, I picked up a lot of home. Parking available
The South Breakwater Observation Deck is located at the mouth of the river, some distance from the city center, where you can watch the rough waves. The viewing platform is at the end of the long embankment, and there is a memorial platform to commemorate the victims in this sea area.