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Also known as Rototoa, lake Ototoa is major lake on the Kaipara Harbour South Head peninsula. At 29 meters deep, it is also the deepest.
The surface is at an altitude of 150 metres above sea level, and the lake is 463 meters deep. It is New Zealand's deepest lake.
The 2.5km stroll around the lake takes about 1.5 hrs and there are bird hides to watch the birdlife along the way.
Set against the stunning Southern Alps and native forest, the views over this expansive glacial lake are reason enough to visit
Sam and Chris Ludbrook introduce you to the farm's 150 year history and to the special relationship created by the Ludbrook family to this land.
At the foot of the Remarkable ranges, you would be hard pressed to find a more scenic landscape. Lake Wakatipu is the third largest in New Zealand at 291 square km, reaching depths of 380m.
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.
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.