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Sitting high above the water’s edge, this historic lighthouse has been a fixture of the Catlins for more than a century.
Visit the Catlins’ most famous waterfalls to see why it has adorned postcards and postage stamps for decades.
See the powerful natural feature named after a Māori chief by following a short trail on a private sheep farm.
This two-part waterfall is the end-point of an easy walk through varied forest and bush land and one of the most impressive in the Catlins area.
Cross rolling fields and dense macrocarpa forest to reach this isolated bay, home to hollow waves and a colony of sea lions.
Take a drive on the Southern Scenic Route to embark on a walk through regenerating forest that leads to two of the Catlins’ most photogenic falls.