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Have a picnic on the Picton foreshore. Large grassy area's, shaded by tree's with a playground for the kids.
Walk to Waikawa. This track begins opposite The Echo Café and Restaurant ending at Waikawa Marina. It takes about 1 hour and is reasonably flat.
Explore the Esson Valley. A walking and mountain bike track that follows alongside Picton creek through native forest. Leads to Humpries and Barnes Dams, the town water supply for Picton.
Bob's Bay. Beginning from the end of Shelly Beach this easy track takes 30 minutes to reach Bobs Bay. Great picnic spot with public toilets.
A two hour walk in the hills behind Picton. Fantastic views of Picton Harbour and Queen Charlotte Sound. Begins Newgate Street and ends Picton Street.Fishing from the town wharf. What better way to spend a sunny afternoon. If your lucky you may even catch your supper. The Snout Track. Beginning at Shelly Beach, walk out on the peninsular to Queen Charlotte Sound. Extensive views, public toilets and picnic tables.
Free music at Le Café. Regularly throughout summer live music is performed here. Check out Le Cafe's website for more information.
Craft window shopping. There is a good selection of craft shops on Picton High Street. Local artists hand made souvenirs etc.
Tuesday night yacht racing with Waikawa boating Club. Visitors welcome Phone 03 573 6798 for more information.

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