Today we left Dunedin on route to Winton which is above Invercargill. We are staying with our friend in Auckland sister in a lovely rural area. On the way we took the scenic route along the coast with fantastic beaches and vistas for miles and miles. We climbed up to a headland at a lighthouse point where we could see for miles and miles along the coast. The bay below was used by penguins when rearing their young but did not see any, probably hiding behind the rocks. Inland we travelled to view the waterfalls, we walked through a forest area with huge trees and numerous different species of ferns to reach the falls which had a good amount of water coming over the rocks. Our last stop was at Slope Point which is the most southerly point on mainland New Zealand.

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