Momori Point

Momori Point

Momori Point is at the south end of Wigmore Bay. To get on to the point, you need to be there very close to low tide. There is a small cave as you round the point, then you can climb up onto a rocky outcrop at the very end of the point. This gives you a view into the next bay, Wahirua, as well as back towards Wigmore and Te Henga. You may also see a few surfers.

Looking across Wahirua Bay, you will see Pukekowhai Point, with its large jutting rock. You can actually see this rock all the way from the north end of Bethells Te Henga! It’s not easy to go further than Momori Point as the cliffs drop almost directly down to the sea at low tide just beyond the point.

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