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Go and explore
Look out for the Guardian Post when you get there. On it you'll find a special code word – write it down.
The Sinclair Wetlands/Te Nohoaka o Tukiauau is a 315 ha portion of the Lakes Waihola and Waipori wetland complex 50 km south of Dunedin. Access is clearly sign-posted from SH1 at Henley and Clarendon.
Address: 854 Clarendon-Berwick Road, Outram 9073.
Claim your reward
Tell us the Sinclair Wetlands code word to receive a Kiwi Guardians certificate and medal for this adventure.
Put the medal on your back pack or pencil case to show everyone the adventure you've had.
Each Kiwi Guardians place has a different medal - see how many you can collect.
About Sinclair Wetlands
- There is a toilet and good parking by the Education Centre at the entrance to the site.
- There are sites for tents and powered sites for campervans.
- Canoes, kayaks or rowboats can be launched from the grassy picnic area on Clarendon-Berwick road. Make contact with the wetlands coordinator when planning a boat trip (Glen +64 274 240 224 or +64 3 486 2654) – at certain times boat access is restricted to ensure it is a safe time to enter the wetlands.
- Your safety is your own responsibility, and lifejackets must be worn. Motorised boats are prohibited.
Get more information on the Sinclair Wetlands Te Nohoaka o Tukiauau.
The wetlands are managed by Te Nohoaka o Tukiauau/ Sinclair Wetlands Trust.