Experience The Catlins at your own pace and in one of our comfortable, safe and eco-friendly cottages, fully equipped with all you need.
Explore our 8 hectare forest reserve with its many birds, varied walks, seats and gardens, gloworm grotto, owl trail, moss garden, picnic areas as well as the historic Tawanui railway station.
Choose to have a meal with us if you like and share our passion for the nature and history of The Catlins.
Enjoy your stay knowing that you are being careful with the environment. To be as environmentally sustainable as possible, we have provided the cottages with solar assisted water heating, double glazing and extra insulation.
In keeping with our respect and love of nature, our cottages are named for native birds, Riroriro (Grey warbler); Korimako (Bellbird); Kahu (Hawk); Karearea (Falcon)
The Catlins area in southern New Zealand is a natural retreat where wilderness and farmland coexist, where beech and podocarp rainforest with abundant native birdlife still extends from hill tops to the coast. The headlands and beaches of the varied coast are home to sub-antarctic wildlife such as yellow-eyed penguins, petrels and sealions. The Catlins is a place for those who love nature to stay a while and enjoy the freedom of the many outdoor opportunities for exploration. For more detail see the travel map (item number 5 below).
Peaceful, safe, private, all cooking and sleeping requirements, private trails to explore, expansive views, special needs met, informative and friendly hosts...
Our eco cottages overlook the Catlins River Valley......
Mohua Park eco cottages are designed for two people, but pull-down divans in the living area allow up to four people in a cottage with a curtain room divider.The Mohua Park eco cottages are TV and phone-free zones of peace and quiet, they provide stunning self catering accommodation retreats in the heart of the Catlins. All the cottages have views over the Catlins River valley, forest and farmland. Free wifi, telephone and laundry available at reception.