Travelers will miss Colac Bay in a blink, because this surfing town is a really small place. There are a number of beaches on the New Zealand south coast that produce the almost perfect wave and on a consistent basis. Colac is one such Beach. The surfing fraternity is on to Colac.
The town hugs the bay, with sandy beaches and also has a popular surf spot known as trees.
Colac Bay Hill, Lake George, Howell's Hills and the Longwood Range make up the geographic landmarks. In places you can see Centre Island and Stewart Island looking across Foveaux Strait.