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.
Explore a variety of plant types, look out for the small bush birds and stop at the picturesque creek.
There are many excellent hikes in the area, including a six-hour walk to Green Lake.
Lake Monowai and the Borland Road are located about 67 km from Te Anau and 120 km from Invercargill and can be accessed via the Southern Scenic Route.