Cliffs at Dolomite Point, South Island

Waves that have travelled 1000’s of km’s unobstructed continually pound against the limestone cliffs at Dolomite Point. Caves, blowholes and tunnels permeate this area, causing spectacular surges and unexpected booming sounds and sprays of seawater to erupt along the cliff tops.

This particular headland is famous for its outlines along its ridge. Can you spot the lioness stalking the mouse for example? Or the donkey?



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