The Catlins

The Catlins region in Southern New ZealandThe Catlins region extends from Kaka Point to Fortrose in the south east corner of the South Island of New Zealand. This area is renowned for the rugged coastline scenery, the podocarp forests and some rare species of wildlife.

Petrified forest remains at Curio Bay, beautiful secluded waterfalls and lakes, large tracts of ancient forest and peaceful farmland valleys all combine to make this region a piece of New Zealand that is unique.

The Southern Scenic Route passes through the Catlins and there are some wonderful places to visit. There are many attractions in this part of New Zealand and a stay of at least two days is recommended for you to appreciate all the natural beauty of the region.

The Purakanui Falls in the heart of the Catlins
Purakanui Falls in the heart of the Catlins

 

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