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A sizeable holiday town - excellent surfing beach; fishing, forest and beach walks, accommodation. The Kaka Point bush walk is an easy 30 minute (return) walk that allows you to feel as if you are in a remote area of bush. You will see many vegetation types, such as ferns, perching plants and podocarp species. The bush walk boasts good tracks providing easy access into this coastal remnant forest.

Roaring Bay
This 47 hectare reserve is a breeding place for the yellow-eyed penguins/hoiho. These penguins are best seen from the Roaring Bay hide as they return from the sea in the evening. They nest in the native shrubland covered areas of the headland. Binoculars are recommended. 10 minutes return.

Information Centres:
  • Catlins Info Centre & Owaka Museum
  • Clutha i-SITE Visitor Centre

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