Today was a public holiday in New Zealand – Queens Birthday. A bit of a cold and cloudy day – marking Winter for us, we took a stroll into town where the wharf had some celebrations on. Walking there I pass the old Kestrel (one of the oldest ferry’s still floating in Auckland – that used to serve the seaside community of Devonport up to about 15 years ago). We then walked along the waterfront, past some of the bigger sailboats in the area. Not much happening,but the water was nice and calm.
Reaching the wharf, we were first welcomed by various car displays, and then some interesting old British bikes.
Check out the ‘fire bike’
Inside, some morris dancers.
Happy NZ Queens Birthday!