Today I am going to journey southwards.
I plan to drop in on Duneden and Invercargill.
Have just driven through the town-centre.
It really isn’t worth getting off the bike.
Stop a Micky-dees in the industrial estate for essential carbs.
The Southern Scenic route
This winds it’s way gently through the lowlands surrounding the south-east of New Zealands south island.
It passes through The Catlin National park Nature Reserve.
It runs from Dunedin right through to Invercargill taking in many impressive sights on the way.
Here’s some pictures I took along the way.
A stopover point a couple of km’s of the main route on a dirt track.
It’s impressive because the falls are in a semi-tropical setting, canopy sub-canopy, Lyrebirds etc.
Like Harlech beach for length and spread, this one stretches for miles and you can get a great view from the headland.
Located slightly of the road.
After a tramp through the bushes, you are rewarded.
Youths were cooking noodles on the rocks at the base. One is obscuring the picture here.
Mclean Falls, New Zealand
Here’s a view from the 5km unmade road you need to travel down to reach the Mclean falls.
Located on private land, you have to pay to get into this one.
As you enter the gate keeper hut, they sell postcards of different views of the caves which are located on the shoreline.
There is even one picture with a couple getting married.
Weblinks: Southern Scenic Route – New Zealand