Twin Waters Lodge

Address: 30 Totara Avenue, Collingwood, South Island, 7054, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 30 Totara Avenue, Collingwood, is near Te Waikoropupu Springs (Pupu Springs).
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      Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

      A travel blog entry by kstyan on Jan 08, 2015

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      ... and the local pool, a great place to cool of, especially after touch rugby, or milking in the afternoon. One rainy day we went into Collingwood to the local squash club. Never played before but I'd like to think I picked it up quite quickly. Christmas Day was hosted by friends of the family who own a local cafe. At the cafe they have a large fire place and a spit roast, where a hoggit was roasted over about 8 was incredible meat. Everyone chipped ...


      A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Jan 04, 2015

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      ... shop, tavern and home to Spit Eco Tours. I had lots of encouragement from the management on the fishing and was told the best time that evening was 8 pm, and the magic ingredient was pilchards as bait!!
      We set up, shopped, I bought a box of frozen pilchards as bait, and decided to book a trip to the gannet colony with Spit Eco Tours for the following day. We had supper and set out to fish, all of a few metres from our tent, ...

      Wharariki Beach

      A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Dec 30, 2014

      36 photos

      ... spit armed with our binoculars. The tide was out and there were birds feeding in pools. Quite early on we were rewarded with the Eastern Bar-tailed Godwit! There were also many black swan, blacked backed gulls, variable and pied oystercatchers and herons. We walked up for about an hour, until the wind was blowing sand over the dunes, making it really hard and unpleasant to continue, so we turned back. On the way back we met a couple who ...

      Kia Ora south Island

      A travel blog entry by mfbernier65 on Oct 30, 2014


      Hello everyone.

      We were told that the South Island of NZ is by far much better than the North Island.(depends if or a north or south islander).....right. Although we loved the North Island very much with a few of our favorite still, although, the South is very amazing!!!! What scenery you see when you get here, it is almost difficult to describe. Still golf course green every where.

      We got to Picton a few days ago ( we are loosing track of ...

      Walking On Sunshine (And Storms)

      A travel blog entry by handytravels on Apr 23, 2014

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      ... out to be a mistake; we didn't get far when it returned with retribution. Once more we fled back our cave, only this time we came to the decision to throw in the soggy towel. We imagine our guide book wasn't angry, just disappointed.

      Our journey down the coast gathered a furious pace after booking a campsite some 300km away in Franz Josef. This meant opportunities to stop and explore decreased as we soaked in the scenery of the ...