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Lake Rotorua is the second biggest lake in the North Island, but is more notably known, for being in the heart of New Zealand
Lake Tekapo is a highland lake at 710 metres above sea level, surrounded by a vast basin of golden tussock grass. The lake itself is famous for its striking turquoise colour.
Discover the amazing scenery around Lake Taupo. This area of New Zealand blends forests, geothermal activity and fascinating volcanic landscapes.
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.
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.
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....
Lyttelton Road Tunnel links the city of Christchurch to the sea port of Lyttelton on the South Islands east coast....
Set against the stunning Southern Alps and native forest, the views over this expansive glacial lake are reason enough to visit