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The walk to get to the blowhole was not short. However, it was very scenic. I enjoyed it immensely. The blowhole is a hole in the ground that the sea rushes into. But it was a pretty darn big hole and was quite impressive! We...More
We went close to high tide on a full moon and there was no blow. It was just a hole in the ground. Quite disappointed after a big walk. A few very steep sections. There are much better places to visit in the Catlins.
We took a long walk to the location on a hot and sunny day. Got sunburnt and only saw a large hole. The tide was low and the water level was not high enough. Not worth going unless you know the timing when the water...More
We really enjoyed the walk in to Jack'S Blowhole. You pass through a very nice forested area and then break open to spectacular views of the coast, then reach the very interesting Jack'S Blowhole. The walk has a fair amount of steep uphill and is...More
There is a 45 minute return walk up to Jack's Blowhole. The formation itself is rather incredible and unique but if you only have three weeks two explore both islands (like we did on this trip), this 45 minutes could probably have been spent better...More