Coastal Otago New Zealand
Locals often refer to the New Zealand South Island as the “Mainland”. While this may seem ironic, given the South Island’s far smaller population than the North Island, in fact the South Island was indeed the main island, producing the gold, wool and lamb that made New Zealand such a jewel in the British colonial crown. Nowhere is this history more in evidence than in Coastal Otago, on the South Island’s southeast.Share this Post
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