The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 45
on the Taieri, where boats are on hire to carry visitors from the Taieri to the river's mouth. The pull along the stream is a most enjoyable one, and the scenery on either side is very striking and pretty. Thickly-wooded gorges and swelling terraces clothed with bright foliage are passed, and a place of interest known as "The Maori's Leap" can be inspected on the way down. This is the scene of a romantic Maori love legend, which has been woven into verse by a local poet.
One of the most romantic places around Dunedin is