Off the southern tip of New Zealand lies Stewart Island, and nestled within Paterson Inlet on the eastern shore of it is lies Ulva Island, named after Ulva here on the west coast of Scotland. The island is just over two miles long, and has an area of approx. 266 hectares.
Further Information: The Ulva Island Trust works to improve access and facilities on the island, whilst preserving and protecting native wildlife. Guided walks are available on the island, provided by local guide Ulva Goodwillie.