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  • Kaikoura Ranges New Zealand, Seaward Kaikoura Range New Zealand

    …Seaward Kaikoura Range, at 2,610 metres. Tapuae-O-uenuku is the highest mountain in the Inland Kaikoura Range, at 2,885 metres. The Kaikoura Ranges are an impressive sight, visible for quite some distance. On a clear day you can see the ranges from the southern coast of the North Island. Sightseeing…

  • New Zealand Golf, Golf Courses New Zealand, New Zealand Driving Ranges

    …Course. The Club also boasts an under cover driving range and golf school, hotel (with fifty luxurious villas) and sport and health centre. Millbrook Golf Course Contrast this with the Millbrook Resort course near Queenstown in the South Island. Nestled within a spectacular alpine amphitheatre and…

  • South Island Regional Information & Travel Information New Zealand

    …12th largest island in the world. The west coast is lined by the Southern Alps mountain ranges with Aoraki/Mount Cook being the highest point at 3,724 metres (12,218 feet) above sea level. The island was named 'Te Waka a Maui' by the Māori as according to legend, the South Island is 'Maui's…

  • Lake Manapouri, New Zealand : Doubtful Sound, Fiordland, South Island

    …called Roto-au (the rainy lake) by early Māori and later Moturau (many islands), the highly picturesque Lake Manapouri is framed by the peaks of the Cathedral Mountain range and has an array of 33 small islands, sandy beaches and coves. Just twenty minutes away from Te Anau, the lake and its…

  • New Zealand Geography, New Zealand Landscape

    Island has some beautiful sandy beaches, while the coastline around the rest of the South Island tends to be wilder and more rugged. Mountain Range to Fertile Farmland About a fifth of the North Island and two-thirds of the South Island are mountains. The existence of a 'spine' of mountain ranges

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