Kowhai Lane Holiday Home

Address: 6 Kowhai Lane, Stewart Island, South Island, 9530, New Zealand | Villa
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This villa is located on 6 Kowhai Lane, Stewart Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Stewart Island

    Kiwi Beach and The Great White Breach

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 22, 2015

    150 photos

    ... the fact that Arora Australis or Southern lights can occasionally be seen from the Island. The only settlement on the Island is Oban which has a population of less than 400 people. The Island does have some of the same pest that have wiped out the endemic animals of NZ, but massive efforts have been made to eliminate these pests and Stewart Island has the most thriving endemic flora, fauna, bird and wildlife in NZ.

    Jumping for joy we received a phone call, ...

    Stewart Island

    A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Feb 07, 2015

    70 photos

    ... When we arrived in Invercargill we were looking for a studio unit and initially went to the central campsite. It was rather run down and for $97 was expensive!! We got a deal for $99 a night in a lovely motel, huge room etc. Richard was parking up and suddenly there was a CRUNCH!!!!!! He had destroyed a plastic downpipe on the overhang! Thank goodness it wasn't the wrought iron pillar, situated behind the downpipe, which was supporting the overhang, as it could have been ...

    A HUGE walk...

    A travel blog entry by emmalgwilliams on Feb 05, 2015

    8 photos

    ... cheese and ham sandwich. Fed, watered and a little warmed (there was a wood burning stove in the hut) we continued in the rain on our way up and down hills, through the bush and back on the final leg of the pathway towards the coastline. Finally popped out into sunshine at Kaipipi bay, where we soaked up a few rays before completing the walk arriving back into town at 6.59pm. Feeling very proud ...

    Shark Diving Day!

    A travel blog entry by bridgetphillips on Jan 06, 2015

    18 photos

    ... buoyancy neutral, by wearing a weighted harness for waistband. This helped us to sink into the cage. There were also loops on the bottom of the cage to put our feet into. There were 11 of us who went out on the boat but only 7 of us went into the cage (the others just watched from the deck). I was the only female out of four to dive. Doing it for the girls! We saw a lot of sharks as it is one of only three places in the world where they form groups. At ...

    The last week / Die letzste Woche

    A travel blog entry by hiwtvi on Apr 22, 2014

    52 photos

    ... was er dort macht. Es war wirklich interessant. Ich habe es mir immer vorgestellt, das die Lachse wie in einem großen Staubsauger angesaugt werden und dann wie durch eine Achterbahn geleitet werden. In Wirklichkeit ist es auch so in etwa. Und während die Männer arbeiten, werden sie von neugierigen Tieren gegrüßt. Delphine, Quallen, Kormorane, Albatrosse, Robben und selten auch mal ein Hai. Für mich war es etwas ...