Early Spring and the Flowers are Blooming


Spring flowers at Breakers Boutique Accommodation

Well it is only the beginning of August – our final month of winter but it currently feels more like spring.

Spring growth in the gardens at Breakers Boutique Accommodation

New Spring growth in the gardens at Breakers Boutique Accommodation

The weather for the last month on the West Coast has been outstanding.  Beautiful days with loads of sunshine and warm temperatures.

Springtime in the gardens at Breakers Boutique Accommodation

Our gardens at Breakers are looking great with new growth on the trees and shrubs and many of our plants starting their Spring flowering.

The colours of Spring, Breakers Boutique Accommodation, West Coast, NZ

The colours of Spring in the garden at Breakers, West Coast, NZ

It is a wonderful time to be visiting the West Coast.  Beautiful days, gardens with an explosion of colour and flowers in bloom and many of the hot visitor spots quiet at this time of year so you can enjoy the peace and beauty that is the West Coast of New Zealand.  Come visit us sometime……

Spring buds in the gardens, Breakers Boutique Accommodation, NZ

Breakers is a boutique bed & breakfast on the Punakaiki coastline north of Greymouth.  It is run by Jan and Stephen who enjoy the outdoors and love to share their experiences with visitors to the area.  Check out their website for suggestions on things to see and do when you visit the West Coast of New Zealand.

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About coastingnz

Jan and Stephen live on the Punakaiki coastline, north of Greymouth on the West Coast, NZ and run Breakers Boutique Accommodation. They both enjoy the outdoors and are passionate about things to see and do on the West Coast and would like to share their experiences with you.
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2 Responses to Early Spring and the Flowers are Blooming

  1. bulldogsturf says:

    Lovely photos… we in South Africa are experiencing some thing similar… early spring… yet I fear a cold snap is going to come in and destroy the peach crop this year…

    • coastingnz says:

      Thanks for liking our blog and photos. I hope your peach crop survives – our issue I fear is rain. Most of the rest of the country has had a lot of rain summer and winter while we have been basking in sunshine – I fear we may be punished soon! Fingers crossed we are both wrong.

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