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Lake Taupo is a lake situated in the North Island of New Zealand. With a surface area of 616 square kilometres (238 sq mi), it is the largest lake by surface area in New Zealand. Max. Lengh. 46km, Max. width 33km, Max. depth 186m, Average depth 110m.
This eroded volcanic neck, some 16 million years old is named for its likeness to a male lion, lying down when viewed from the beach.
Lignite Pit Scenic Stop is a disused lignite mine, which has been transformed into a 16 acre lakeside garden, featuring walls of lignite and retaining the original pit shape.
The 2.5km stroll around the lake takes about 1.5 hrs and there are bird hides to watch the birdlife along the way.
Lake Mahinapua is a tranquil lake, it is surrounded by native bush and has a roomy DoC campground. The lake was once a coastal lagoon, but with the build up of coastal dune systems, became a shallow inland lake.
Lake Rotorua is the second biggest lake in the North Island, but is more notably known, for being in the heart of New Zealand
A glacier-carved lake and picture-postcard alpine scenery – pack your camera, and take the drive out here to this tranquil setting.
Lyttelton Road Tunnel links the city of Christchurch to the sea port of Lyttelton on the South Islands east coast....