The rocks around there are interesting, as the first photo shows.
Looking out across the water to Moa Point on the peninsula is a Moai donated by the Republic of Chile, as Rapanui or Easter Island is part of their territory. Moai were traditionally sculpted by the islanders, who share language and customs in large part with the Māori.
The walk itself was a bit miserable, with the blustery wind and all. Plus it’s kind of a tatty part of the coast: rocky rather than beach, with only a narrow strip of grass beside the road. It’s a funny old part of Wellington round there.
I realised as we left that we should simply have gone on a bit to Lyall Bay for our walk. Oh, well. At least I grabbed a couple of photos I like.
Click the thumbnail images for larger versions in an album with a few more photos.