Campbell Island

Campbell Island is the most southerly of the five New Zealand
Subantarctic groups. Described by the English botanist Joseph
Hooker as having a “flora display second to none outside the tropics."
It is known for its megaherbs, herbaceous, perennial wildflowers
characterised by their great size, with huge leaves and very colourful
flowers, which have developed as an adaptation to the harsh weather
conditions on the islands. Campbell Island is also home to six species
of albatross and several critically endangered endemic birds, including
the Campbell Island teal and snipe.
Take a guided walk on the Col Lyell Saddle boardwalk as well as
a zodiac tour around the coastline of Perseverance Harbour.