Lake Monowai is a very peaceful paradise at the edge of Fiordland National Park.
Beautiful Lake Monowai powers one of the South Island's oldest hydroelectric stations and occupies a long, curved valley in the southern part of Fiordland National Park.
The short, interpretive nature walk starts close to the lake and tells the story of the beech forest. Explore a variety of plant types, look out for the small bush birds and stop at the picturesque creek.
Department of Conservation
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