Cape Brett Peninsula
The head of the peninsula is Cape Brett; a promontory which extends north into the Pacific Ocean at the eastern end of the Bay of Islands. Cape Brett is accessible via Rawhiti Road. The Cape is also accessible by a water taxi coming from Russell and Paihia.
A lighthouse stands at the end of the peninsula, which rises to 360 metres at its northern end. A noted landmark, the natural arch ('Hole in the Rock') of Piercy Island, lies about 500 metres off the cape.
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