We stayed in Catlins and did most of the sceneries, attractions and walks.
Down below along the path towards the Nugget point was a sall group of seals on the rocks, and a much larger group with many pups on the first nuggets.
Because the distance is rather large, it is best to bring some binoculars to observe them.
Just before the Nugget point is a bay where before sunset some yellow-eyed penguins may land; if you are lucky.
There are no restaurants nearby, so bring your own thermos with hot drink, like is useful in more locations of the South Island.
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