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Head south, as far south as you can on New Zealand's South Island and start exploring the South Catlins region. As you travel the Southern Scenic Route, you'll come across Curio Bay - a place full of unique wildlife and natural attractions including a petrified forest, Yellow-eyed penguin colony, Hector's dolphins and Southern Right whales.
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Heading down to the southern 'wop-wops' gives you the opportunity to explore Invercargill and the Southland region on New Zealand's South Island. A truly exceptional region of New Zealand for travellers with particular interests in bird-watching, nature, fishing, hunting and walking.
Murihiku is the Māori name for the province of Southland which is located in New Zealand's South Island. The name means "the tail end of the land" and it's a tail that visitors can often overlook. The Southland region is home to stunning wetlands, cave formations, mountains, lakes, marine wildlife and the Catlins coastline and forests.
Rakiura National Park is located on New Zealand's third island at the bottom of the South Island. About 85% of the whole island is within the park boundary and it has a unique charm all on its own. Coastal rainforests, freshwater wetlands, sand dunes and granite mountain ranges provide a backdrop for the native wildlife like the kiwi.
Stepping onto Stewart Island, literally the anchor stone of Maori mythology, is like arriving in another country. It's a place where you could (literally) lose yourself in rugged terrain of swamps, rainforest, rivers, peaks, valleys and wild beaches. With its population of less than 400 people, 20 kilometres of roads and 700 kilometres of coastline, Stewart Island provides a sense of
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