Introduction

Students can learn how Okia Reserve supports an array of plants and animals. It's also renowned for a number of important geological and historical features

    Located right next door to Victory Beach – the longest and most spectacular beach on the Otago Peninsula – Okia Reserve supports a fascinating diversity of wildlife and vegetation. The site is also renowned for a number of important geological and historical features including the “Pyramids”, remains of an old shipwreck and signs of Maori occupation.

    In a field trip, students can learn how Okia Reserve supports an array of plants and animals. It's also renowned for a number of important geological and historical features.

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