Tags : Beach
Time Required : 4-5 hours
Entry Fee : No entry fee
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Scorching Bay is a famous crescent-shaped sandy roadside beach. The bathing beach is 120 meters in length. Known for its large grassed area, the Scorching Bay makes it a place of leisure.
There is a scenic detour that leads to Scorching Bay. However, the quickest route is to get through the Miramar Peninsula. It has a playground, rope climbing structure and popular cafes nearby to serve your hunger. It has an ample car park and is surrounded by native plants, pohutukawa trees, and residential buildings. This bay is primarily famous among swimmers and sunbathers and is a fantastic place to watch the ships entering and leaving the harbour.
The Scorching Bay is located near the Miramar peninsula, Karaka Bay, Wellington. It is located 10.4 km from central city Wellington and approximately 8.6 km from Wellington International Airport. Although the best way to get there is by car, one can also consider travelling by bus but will have to take multiple buses. There is a road in the turnaround area of the beach that leads directly to a regenerating bush.
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