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The Central Otago region lies in the lower centre of the South Island is a stunning and diverse area of New Zealand with its largest towns being Alexandra, Cromwell, Roxburgh, Clyde and Ranfurly. It is another part of New Zealand I would love to explore more of. The only Central Otago photography I have managed is from the stunning St Bathans area. Central Otago is home to ancient alps, wild tussock land, canyons and beautiful rivers .. so I will most definitely be back for more landscape photography. If you are interested in prints or purchasing images please visit my print store or contact me

Central Otago is one of the most picturesque regions in New Zealand, renowned for its stunning landscapes and unique natural beauty. As a New Zealand landscape photographer, I left exploring far too long in my photography journey and have only really photographed the St Bathans area for NZ prints, which I truly must fix. Central Otago is a dream when it comes to diversity in the landscape, with endless opportunities to capture breathtaking images.

The Central Otago region is particularly known for its stunning vineyards, historic gold mining towns, and pristine wilderness areas. The autumn season, the area transforms into a photographers paradise with the golden hues of the changing leaves creating a stunning contrast against the blue skies and rugged terrain.

Whether you're a professional photographer or an amateur enthusiast, Central Otago photography offers something for everyone. There are endless opportunities for panoramic landscapes and also fascinating gold mining history behind a lot of the locations, giving each NZ image from this area a little story to go along with the photo.

I hope by sharing these NZ images of St Bathans and the Central Otago area it might inspire you to come and explore Central Otago and New Zealand Landscape Photography for yourself.

If you have any questions about buying a NZ landscape print please don’t hesitate to get in touch or check out my print info and online print store.

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