Introduction

The Coastal Otago (north of the Catlins) hunting area consists of 45 000 hectares of forest and shrubland reserves.The most common species are goats, pigs and red deer.

Place overview

Activities

  • Hunting

In this section

Find things to do and places to stay Coastal Otago north of the Catlins hunting

About this place

Getting there

From the Waianakarua River in the north to the coastal hills between Dunedin and Milton in the south. Inland: the Rock and Pillar Range, Manuka Stream near Macraes, Te Papanui Conservation Park in the Lammermoor/Lammerlaw Ranges, and reserves near Lawrence. 

Know before you go

Climate

Near the coast the climate is cool and moist with rainfall generally decreasing northwards. Inland the climate is drier but more extreme in temperature, as the landscape enters the upland transition zone between Coastal and Central Otago.

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