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Wilderness Lodge Lake Moeraki

Wilderness Lodge Lake Moeraki
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Wilderness Lodge, Lake Moeraki
+64 3 7500 881
http://www.wildernesslodge.co.nz
Wilderness Lodge Lake Moeraki
In the heart of Te Wahipounamu World Heritage Area...where the Tasman Sea meets ancient rainforest.

...Spectacular beaches, home to fur seals and crested penguins, untouched lowland rainforests spread between pristine lakes and rivers which drain the snow capped Southern Alps.

Few places on earth can match the unique natural setting of the Wilderness Lodge Lake Moeraki in the heart of the 2.7 million hectare South West New Zealand World Heritage Area, Te Wahipounamu (Maori translation: the place of greenstone jade).

 
You are invited to explore our rainforest trails, canoe on Lake Moeraki and join our nature guides on journeys of discovery in one of the most wild and natural places left on earth.

The Lodge is a paradise for nature lovers and for those wanting a relaxing retreat away from the pressures of the modern world. On arrival we give you a copy of our current activities programme, maps and information.

Forget your car for a couple of days, settle in and explore.

Radiating from the Lodge is a network of rainforest and Tasman seacoast walks. In front of the Lodge there is a fleet of canoes for you to explore the Moeraki River and you can paddle the short distance up the river to the Lake.

Directions

The Lodge is located alongside State Highway 6 in the South West of the South Island. 30km north of the small township of Haast and 90km south of Fox Glacier township. An easy 300km (190 miles) 4 hour drive from Greymouth or Queenstown (Wanaka 2 hrs, 180km) near which are airports, rental car facilities and daily bus services to the Lodge. The Tranz Alpine train arrives in Greymouth from Christchurch/Arthur's Pass at 1.30pm each day. It is then a 4 hour drive to Lake Moeraki. (It is faster and more direct to drive from Arthur's Pass to Lake Moeraki rather than train/drive).
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