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Amazing prehistoric fresh water lakes surrounded by bush and sea...

These lakes are simply superb. Great short walk to second lake through forest, easy 15 mins (OW... read more

Reviewed 8 March 2016
Zavija
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Otago Region, New Zealand
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8 Mar 2016
“Amazing prehistoric fresh water lakes surrounded by bush and sea...”
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342 Limestone Road | Pakawau Saddle, Puponga 7073, New Zealand
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Reviewed 8 March 2016

These lakes are simply superb. Great short walk to second lake through forest, easy 15 mins (OW). Walk to seaside coast now NOT accessible, due to damage from tourist/visitors to area. Please take care of the fragile surroundings and REMOVE YOUR rubbish. Great for picnic...More

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