Nugget Point, Otago, New Zealand. The place is a signature site in Otago. A lighthouse on a tip of a steep rocky point was built in the 19th century and helped the ships to maneuver in this dangerous shore ever since. The Nuggets are these rocky islets, sticking out of the water.
The visitors can climb the lighthouse and admire the wonderful panoramic views of a coastline. At the bottom of the headland a colony of seals can be seen. Nugget Point is also home for penguins, gannets, spoonbills, Hector’s dolphins and other animals, that can be comfortably observed from a bird hide.
Why to go there?
This is an iconic site in the area.
When to go there?
How to get there?
A short drive by car from Kaka Point village.
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