This is the end of the horizon at the corner of the sea, as evidenced by the white lighthouse. Passing through the lighthouse is a nature reserve, where a variety of rare animals, especially birds, thrive carefree.
Although the lighthouse cannot be visited, the highlight is the seals and yellow-eyed penguins (although the odds of not seeing them are high)
The two capes katiki and shag are very close, and they are both nature reserves, and there are many seals living. Katiki can also apply for abalone digging. We saw a large seal here blocking the way, it was amazingly big and heavy, and there were three small seals with milky fragrant milk. The little seal is a video clip and cannot be sent out, only a screenshot can be taken to log out.
There is also a lighthouse on the katiki cape. You can park at the lighthouse and pass through the lighthouse to be a nature reserve. Across the separation wall, there is a dirt path leading to the top of the cape. The road will be bad on rainy days. Everything is wild and natural.
Cape Katiki is not far from the boulder beach and is also a nature reserve. Going through the lighthouse, crossing the separation wall, and entering the cape, I was a little surprised. The seal was too calm and could be seen everywhere. There is still a taste in the wildlife sanctuary, but there is a sweet and rich milky smell around the baby seals.
Katiki point is also a nature reserve, with a lighthouse towering over it. There are not many tourists here, most of them go to the big boulder beach not far away. The car can be parked at the lighthouse, and you need to walk a dirt road to Cape Katiki.
This video was taken with a mobile phone 10 feet away as required. If it is an adult seal, it would not dare to be so close.