Published by New Holland
“In summer, life revolves around the tides. The crayfish pots need to be cleared and rebaited at low tide. And paua is most easily gathered at low tide. At high tide the surf and swimming are better. Meal times get shunted, becoming later and later. But it doesn’t matter. We are on holiday. It’s Flat Point time.” – Margaret Brooker
A place at the beach is part of the collective New Zealand dream, and food writer Margaret Brooker’s own long held dream came true with the purchase of a holiday house along the remote Wairarapa coastline.