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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityUnknown and Sport
Long/Lat: 175.726246, -38.788192
Coming from the beach, walk up the next road on your left after passing the Marae. You will come to a opening with house's to your right and a road the continues straight ahead.
From here the track ducks into the trees about 10m-20m on the right. (marked by a pole and a Cairn)
|1||Miracles of Fluid Dynamics||23|
Forever Tuesday Morning
Something outrageous 1st pitch
|5||Bunny in Disguise||17||10m|
|8||A Change of Tune||18||10m|
|10||Lord Kim Strike Me Down||22||9m|
Knobs and Knockers
Second pitch of Sporting Gesture
|12||Slave to the Rythm||21|
|15||Ooh um it art||20||20m|
|17||Bunny in Disguise||10m|
|Forever Tuesday Morning||22m|
|18||A Change of Tune||10m|
|20||Knobs and Knockers|
|Ooh um it art||20m|
|Slave to the Rythm|
|Something outrageous 1st pitch||25m|
|22||Lord Kim Strike Me Down||9m|
|23||Miracles of Fluid Dynamics|