Travel

Postcards From Lavericks Bay

Above: Ryder wears captain sweat top and sketchy cactus board short, Mark wears heritage crew sweat and liberty night meadow swim short, Willow wears soft serve sweat and fringed denim short.

Here we join Sarah Harrison and her family on their latest escape to Lavericks Bay on the east coast of New Zealand’s South Island. Just ninety minutes from Christchurch, this beautiful part of the world is like no other.

Photography and words by Sarah Harrison of Our Young Hearts.


Above: The beautiful surrounding landscape.

"Nestled into the rugged Banks Peninsula is one of New Zealand’s best kept secrets, Lavericks Bay; a private 1000 hectare sheep and cattle farm which has been owned by the same family for over 150 years."

Above: Ryder wears country road hoodie and sketchy cactus board short.
Above: charcoal logo beach towel and pink logo beach towel.

"Lavericks Bay is the perfect escape to share with family or friends. It has two luxury glamping tents with wood fires, an eclectic camp kitchen and outdoor bathtubs, one of which is heated and offers the best spot for star gazing."

Above: Ryder wears captain sweat top and sketchy cactus board short, Willow wears soft serve sweat and fringed denim short.
Above: Willow wears stripe halter bather.

"Just a short ten minute walk away you will find yourself at a secluded private beach with beautiful surrounding scenes."

Above: Mark wears heritage crew sweat and liberty night meadow swim short, Willow wears soft serve sweat and fringed denim short with charcoal logo beach towel and pink logo beach towel.
Above: Sarah wears shearling denim jacket.

"Other than a few curious sheep - and if you’re lucky a pod of dolphins - you have the whole place to yourself to relax and unwind."

Above: Ryder wears country road hoodie and denim jean.
Above: logo beach towel.