Time 2 Go Lake Hawea

Hawea is the name of a small settlement at the southern end of Lake Hawea, in New Zealand's South Island. It is located 18 kilometres northeast of Wanaka.

The settlement of Hawea is found at Lake Hawea's southern shore, surrounding its outflow into the Hawea River, a short tributary of the Clutha, which it joins near Albert Town. 

Hawea is a popular resort, its lake well used in the summer for fishing, boating and swimming. The nearby mountains and fast-flowing rivers allow for adventure tourism year-round, with jetboating and skiing facilities located nearby.

Time 2 Go publishes a seasonal 'accommodation' favourites list for the wider Lake Wanaka region including Albert Town, Wanaka, Cardrona, Beacon Point, Luggate and Lake Hawea areas to assist you with your travel planning.


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