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This unique centre provides an opportunity for nature-lovers to interact with, learn about and appreciate the unique flora and fauna of the Marlborough Sounds. The centre includes wild bird recovery, endangered bird and gecko breeding enclosures...more
Lochmara Bay | Marlborough Sounds, Picton 7201, New Zealand
All reviews day trip lochmara lodge flying fox underwater observatory zip line rope swing queen charlotte track kune kune pigs free kayaks baby pigs bird feeding fed stingrays art gallery glow worms at night water taxi stayed here both nights
I took this tour on my own and had a great time. We saw lots of dolphins under and around our boat on the way out. Wish the guide had allowed us to stay in that area of the water longer. Lodge was full of...More
The prospect of having a salmon lunch at its restaurant made the crossing by water taxi from Picton to Lochmara Bay even more interesting!
The waiting time at this popular restaurant, specialising in organic foods, gave me the opportunity to take a few pictures of...More
We saw placards and posters all around Picton, including a huge placard right on the sea front in the main tourist booking office area, advertising this place. We were very excited to visit this place however it is actually closed for maintenance until September 18th....More
My Favorite place to stay in New Zealand. Ever.
I cannot describe the beauty of the environment enough, Angelic,exquisite,bewitching and I could go on.
In my humble opinion every Kiwi should get a voucher to stay here when they get born to appreciate the beauty...More
We had an amazing day visiting Lochmara even in the rain. Being met at Picton wharf and taken across Queen Charlotte Sound by boat to Lochmara was fantastic. Then met at the wharf by our guide and wandering around the property before the start of...More
Room was spotlessly clean and had a lovely view over the bay. Staff were helpful and friendly (o.k. Lochie the Dog was a bit grumpy, but we've got one who has bad days too).
Lots of quirky things to see and do.
What a find. Our little group kayaked over from Picton as part of our New Zealand Trails tour. Only stayed one night but wish it were more. Located in an inlet with a little rough beach and boathouse, accessible from the lovely Queen Charlotte Track...More