Natural beauty on the east coast of New Zealand
The Catlins region now encompasses the area on the East Coast of the South Island from Kaka Point in the north to Fortrose in the South. It includes some of the most spectacular and rugged coastal terrain, indispersed with native bush, that you will encounter in New Zealand.
The region is dotted with natural attractions and playful wildlife that makes a visit to this region unforgettable. From windswept golden sanded beaches to roaring waterfalls, the countryside is as diverse as it is stunning. Natural wonders in the form of the fossilised forest at Curio Bay are complimented if not upstaged by the myriad of picture postcard waterfalls. And a visit to the Catlins is not complete without observing the antics of the seals, sea lions and penguins that inhabit the coastline and beaches of this natural wonder land.
Get lost in the beauty that is the Catlins and take the pressure off knowing that the Catlins Cafe can attend to all your food and accommodation needs.To plan your stay in the Catlins we suggest you visit the Tourism Catlins website here http://www.catlins.org.nz/