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Fiordland’s ten marine reserves border the Fiordland National Park and are a fantastic example of protected natural environments.
As you go south, twilight lengthens.
You want a nice, classically shaped volcano? Well, look no further.
It's well worth the sweat...
It was a slate grey day in Bluff.
Te Urewera, the mountainous homeland of Ngāi Tūhoe, the Children of the Mist, spent 60 years as a national park...
Westland Tai Poutini is an area of majestic primaeval vistas: snow-capped mountains, glistening glaciers, forests, lakes, rivers and wetlands...
If you find yourself on the West Coast in a reflective mood, you’ll also find you’re in good company.
Many of the crinklier bits of New Zealand’s geography were formed by the slow but insistent action of glaciers.
The Heaphy Track travels through expansive tussock downs, lush forests and nīkau palms to the roaring seas of the West...
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