Coastal North Otago
Moeraki is best known for the Moeraki Boulders, which were formed around 60 million years ago and are strewn along the beach. The sea is slowly eroding the boulders and uncovering new ones – some up to four metres in circumference.
The charming fishing village of Moeraki was used by Europeans as an early whaling station. Today Moeraki is home to permanent and temporary residents. There are a number of accommodation and dining options, including the world famous Fleurs Place on the waterfront.
Jump on a fishing charter and catch some of our local favourite; blue cod.