Captain Cook Statue
Statue of Young Nick
There's no let-up in Gisborne's Endeavour endeavours: in the riverside park is a dynamic statue of Nicholas Young, Cook’s cabin boy,...
At the foot of Titirangi Reserve is the spot where Captain Cook first got NZ dirt on his boots. Little more than a patch of lawn with a...
Sunshine, Gisborne’s own natural brewery, has a fab new tasting room near Waikanae Beach, bottling-up a clutch of quality craft beers...
The excellent Dome is inside the charming old Poverty Bay Club building (1874): beanbags and art-house flicks now occupy the glass-domed...
The creaky old grandeur of the Poverty Bay Club for gentlemen (1874) is reason enough to visit. This cafe within it certainly adds...
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Captain Cook Statue information
One of Gisborne's gaggle of Cap'n Cook commemorations, part of which is a globe etched with his roaming routes.