Koekohe Beach

      Koekohe Beach, also known as Moeraki Boulders Beach, is a smooth sandy beach in south-east New Zealand. Only 4 kilometres away from the small town of Hampden, New Zealand. What separates this Koekohe from other sandy beaches are the Moeraki Boulders. These unusual rocks are peculiar in their shape. They are almost completely spherical, unlike most beach rocks. They weigh several tonnes, and are up to two metres in height. Not only that, but they are said to be 65 million years old. A Maori legend says these were big gourds from a great voyaging canoe that got wrecked at sea.


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