Waikava Harbour View

Address: 14 Larne Street, Waikawa, The Catlins, South Island, New Zealand | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 14 Larne Street, Waikawa.
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          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking

          TravelPod Member ReviewsWaikava Harbour View Waikawa

          Reviewed by hedgehogsnz2012

          Fabulous Stay at Harbour View

          Reviewed Dec 2, 2012
          by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          We had yet another stay at this Luxury four bedroom Bungalow which has all the facilities required and fantastic views which are spectacular. The night time views show the milky way and the area is breathtaking. A 5 Star accommodation which we would recommend to any one, unbeatable value for money. Faultless.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Waikava Harbour View Waikawa

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Waikawa

          The Catlins and Dunedin

          A travel blog entry by kata.geoff on Dec 21, 2014

          35 photos

          ... was really nice except there were so many sand flys it was outrageous. We were being bite everywhere, we ended up going into the tent so early cause we couldn't even take it anymore. Even between our first and second layer there were hundreds of them, and that's not an exaggeration! We got up tried to clean the bugs off few everything in the car, tried killing all the bugs that got it and drive as quick as possible to the glaciers!

          Love ...

          The Catlins

          A travel blog entry by markncatherine on Dec 03, 2014

          2 comments, 31 photos

          With full exposure to the South Pacific Ocean the Catlins coast is a rugged, exposed landscape. After repairing a puncture from one of the Catlins annoyingly rugged roads we carried on to Porpoise Bay and neighbouring Curio bay. The latter is famous for a 180 million year old petrified forest which is visible at low tide - even the growth rings of the trees were preserved remarkably! It's other attraction is a colony of around 18 ...


          A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Sep 05, 2014

          2 comments, 30 photos

          ... due to High Tide... the Port used to be an Flax and Timber export site some time ago as well an Whaler Station in the early 19 century. This area is very rural and rugged and you can see Windswept trees where the Wind is blowing from the roaring 40s. Driving trough Milton then Waihola where the sign reads entering the small town on Hwy 1 read ...SLOW DOWN , NO Doctor , NO Hospital, ONE Cemetery , as a friendly reminder to watch your ...

          The Walking Dead

          A travel blog entry by handytravels on May 05, 2014

          25 photos

          ... to hang around the town this time around, instead preferring to explore the nearby mountain ranges where it was near impossible not to come across a scene from lord of the rings. However, upon our arrival at our DOC campsite for the night, it would not be a character from lord of the rings that would greet us, but a dead ringer for Rick Grimes from the walking dead. Like a true sheriff, Rick kept us on the straight and narrow, and ensured that we paid ...

          APRIL FOOLS

          A travel blog entry by pagine on Apr 01, 2014

          3 comments, 20 photos

          ... I would die.
          Spotted a penguin on a hill and a bunch of sand dunes (also dangerous for the things that live in them).

          My adventure education prof mentioned the other day that New Zealand is a very long and thin island. No matter where you are, you are usually close to a mountain or a beach. Very true. Beaches everywhere. There are so many things to explore and I feel like I haven't done enough.

          This marks 2 months that I've been ...