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Arm yourself with your camera, this body of water is all about reflections…of its striking mountainous backdrop. This is the most photographed lake in New Zealand.
Situated in the south western corner – Lake Te Anau is the South Islands largest lake and New Zealand’s second. Lake Te Anau covers 344 square km and has a depth of 417 m, with much of its bed below sea level.
The Lake Okataina Scenic Reserve is a pristine natural area with native bush down to the waters edge. The reserve is rich in birdlife and contains fine examples of rimu, totara, rata and kahikatea.
Discover the amazing scenery around Lake Taupo. This area of New Zealand blends forests, geothermal activity and fascinating volcanic landscapes.
Lyttelton Harbour is the northern sea inlet on Banks Peninsula providing access to a busy commercial port that includes petroleum storage and a modern cargo terminal. An area steeped in history....
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.