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Cobb Cottage Camping Ground

Molesworth Cob Cottage Campsite

Camping, Molesworth Station

Molesworth Cob Cottage Campsite

Camping, Molesworth Station

Camp near the original cob homestead built in 1885 close to the Molesworth Farm Park boundary

Seal Kayaking

100% Success rate for Seal Viewing! Voted "Top Choice" Lonely Planet, Kaikoura's Original Kayak Operator Est:1998. Paddle with playful Fur Seals...

Swim with wild New Zealand fur seals in the shallow bays of the beautiful Kaikoura Peninsula. This is an experience you do not want to miss! No...

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Amazing rock formations on the peninsula

Jimmy Armers Beach, Kaikoura

Overnight Campervan Parking

Jimmy Armers Beach, Kaikoura

Overnight Campervan Parking

Show off dolphins

Swim with and watch wild dolphins in Kaikoura

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Camping NZ App

Every camping site on your iPhone™, iPad™ or Android™ phone or tablet. Avoid camping penalties using this council approved app. Featuring offline maps.

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Kaikoura Peninsula from the air

11.7 km return | 3 hours return

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Bob Kusesia

United States

Leave space in your schedule for just wandering - many cities have lovely parks, domain lands and botanic gardens. Albert Park in central Auckland is awesome.

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Sunbathing seal at Ohau Point

Ohau Point Seal Colony

Off SH1 - Nth of Kaikoura

Ohau Point Seal Colony

Off SH1 - Nth of Kaikoura

Watch NZ Fur Seals play - right next to State Highway 1.

Kaikoura i-SITE

The Kaikoura i-SITE knows all the best things to do, places to stay and ways to get there plus we’ll take care of the bookings.

Paikea & whale

Whale Watch is a multiple national and international award winning New Zealand nature-based Tourism Company owned and operated by the indigenous Ngāti Kuri people of Kaikōura, a Māori sub-tribe of the South Island's larger Ngāi Tahu Tribe.