Stewart Island

The relatively untouched Stewart Island is the third largest island of New Zealand and lays just 30 kilometres off the South Island. The island is also known by the name of ‘Rakiura’ in Maori language meaning ‘The Isle of Glowing Skies’. Encased by unspoilt natural beauty of sweeping rainforests, crystal clear waters and a vast array of flora and fauna, Stewart island is a must see.

For leisure activities you may like to go kayaking, diving or fishing; however you may wish to just sit and relax and experience the enviable slower lifestyle of the locals, while watching the wide life that inhabit the island.

1 of 2 Dunedin regions