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Catlins Mohua Park Eco Accommodation  

Catlins Mohua Park provides beautiful accommodation in four environmentally-friendly cottages. 

Each cottage can accommodate up to four guests and is serviced, fully self-contained and private, with outstanding views. 

The private forest sanctuary at Mohua Park is recognised with a National Trust covenant and is particularly rich in native birdlife as a result of a pest management program.  

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