You are looking over the water to the Awhitu Peninsula, the South head of the Manukau harbour.
This was a site for an old wharf in earlier days. Probably, my great grandfather Dr Tresidder came here on a barque with his wife, Mary. They would get on an old barque with his Dr’s bag and go on the Manukau harbour to treat sick people all over the Manukau in the late 1980s.
Now people fish for what ever food they can get. You have to put the very small fish back its the law, and if you don’t let the small fish go, there will be no more fish to catch