On Stewart Island, in New Zealand’s deep south, Oban can be found nestling in Halfmoon Bay. This location earned it its Gaelic name meaning ‘the little bay’ and reflecting its Scottish influences. This town, mainly known for its fishing and tourism, is also a wonderful spot for birdwatching. Hike along the trails or take a cruise to discover the exceptional birdlife. This place will delight both adventurers who love to explore and travellers looking to spend some time relaxing on the beach.