The Catlins, tucked in the south east corner of the south island feels remote at times. But in reality is closely connected to the surrounding community that has been using the access roads and watershed to support agriculture for centuries.
|Farmers use roads to herd sheep|
|The beginning of the Catlins River Walk|
|A pollen covered bumble bee on a thistle|
|The lighthouse at Nugget Point|
|Claire at Nugget Point|
|Oddly spherical boulders|