South Island, New Zealand

046° 33' 58" S

170° 01' 38" E 


Renowned for its astonishing pristine beauty, New Zealand's South Island – Te Waipounamu in the Māori language – is bordered to the west by the Tasman Sea and to the south and east by the Pacific Ocean. These coastal waters are a wild wonderland for sea life of all kinds. It's a place where royal albatrosses soar, sea lions bask, and fur seals dive for their dinner.

What we source

New Zealand Marine Collagen 100% South Island Origin


Other Rare Places:

Cape Grim, Tasmania, Australia 
Fingal Valley, Tasmania, Australia 
South East Coast, Tasmania, Australia 
South Island Coast, New Zealand 
Western District, Victoria, Australia



 Note: DMS coordinates refer to a point on a map – an area of 30 square meters or 100 square feet. We use them to indicate the surrounding area or region.