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Wahine Memorial Park

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Charlotte
Charlotte
September 15, 2016
Site of the Wahine tragedy (boat sinking) of 1968 in which 51 people lost their lives. Peaceful spot to sit and watch the ocean while contemplating the world.
Raymond
Raymond
February 15, 2016
A memorial park in honour of the passengers and crew aboard the Wahine an interisland ferry that capsized after striking Barretts reef just off Breaker Bay on 10 April 1968.
Giles
Giles
February 11, 2015
Beautiful place to watch a sunset
Lee
Lee
March 6, 2014
The Wahine disaster occurred on 10 April 1968. The Wahine Memorial Park marks an area near where the survivors reached the shore at Seatoun, has a memorial plaque, ship's anchor & chain and replicas.

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Wellington, Wellington 6022