Take a journey with Steve Logan as he explores the coasts of New Zealand and the connections Kiwis have to them. Made with the support of NZ on Air
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Steve Logan picks up the journey around New Zealand, exploring the unique connection that Kiwis have with their coasts.
Steve meets a colourful artist in Karekare, drops in on the 'camp mother' in Piha, and tunes in to some local musicians at Bethells beach.
Steve bikes the rugged coast of Palliser Bay from the rock climbing haunt of Turakirae Head to the bulldozer capital of the country ' the fishing village of Ngawi.
On South Westland's remote and rugged coast Steve drops in on a pioneering cattle farming family, then meets a local chopper pilot who flies him to Gorge River.
Steve's on the East Cape and meets up with an old school mate, gets the good oil on a business that's thriving and hooks up with some locals turning East Island into a wildlife sanctuary.
Steve explores the Southern side of Cook Strait. He discovers the source of our table salt, drops in on a coastal winery and uncovers New Zealand's early human history at Wairau Bar.
Steve's in the City of Sails exploring the Waitemata harbour. He heads out on a coastguard patrol, catches up with a family of boat builders, drops in on the Chelsea Sugar Refinery.
Steve checks out the local paua re-seeding project at Karitane's Huriawa Peninsula, then uncovers an ancient ocean dweller embedded in rock, and dines out with Fleur at her Moeraki seafood restaurant.
Travelling the Hawkes Bay coast, Steve learns about the early whalers at Mahia, meets a surfing lawyer, and takes a ride on a tug at Port Napier.
Season Finale: On the Tutukaka Coast, Steve walks the longest footbridge in the Southern hemisphere, meets an artist at Whale Bay and joins legendary diver Wade Doak to snorkel at the Poor Knights.
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