Stewart Island is the third largest island of New Zealand, located 30 km
south of the South Island and is separated from it by the Strait of Fawo. The
population of the island is a little over 400 people, most of whom live in the
only town on the island of Oban. More than 80% of the island's territory belongs
to the Rakiura National Park - it is New Zealand's youngest national park.
Because of the magnetic anomaly, on an island located at comparatively low
latitudes (48 S), it is possible to observe auroras.
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Rangitoto is a volcanic island in the Gulf of Hauraki in
New Zealand. In the center of the island there is a cone of a volcano 260 m
high. Now the volcano is asleep, but in the future, eruptions are possible. The
island is home to the world's largest forest of pohukukava, besides it grows
200 species of trees, and other plants, including several species of orchids
and more than 40 species of ferns. Regular ferry services are provided by
Fullers from the center of Auckland.
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Coromandel - a peninsula in the north of New Zealand. In
the past, there was active gold mining, but now there are almost no gold mines
left. Most of the peninsula is covered with forests, which amaze with its
beauty. There is a legend that a snowman lives in the park. On the territory of
the island operates the national park of the same name. The peninsula is near
the Auckland volcanic field. On the beach Hot Water Beach (the center of the
eastern coast) there are geothermal springs. It is one of the favorite places
for eco-tourists, impressed by the virgin forest, which occupies a large
central part of the peninsula, cozy beaches and magnificent landscapes.
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34.Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Christchurch Botanic Gardens is a botanical garden in the city of
Christchurch, New Zealand. The Botanical Garden is located in the central part
of the city next to the Hagley Park inside the meander of the River Avon. On
the area of 21 hectares there are various collections of exotic and local
plants of New Zealand. The Botanical Garden includes: Garden of Edible and
Medicinal Plants (since 1986), Rose Garden (over 250 varieties), Plant
Collections from around the world including Asia, North America, Europe, South
America and South Africa, Great Victorian Greenhouse containing an impressive
collection orchids and cacti, a greenhouse of ferns, a mountain garden, a
collection of rhododendrons, hosts, hellebore and lily, a water garden, a
garden of New Zealand plants.
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Lake Tekapo is a lake located in Mackenzie County in one
of the districts on the South Island of New Zealand. The lake is replenished by
the meltwater of glaciers, and it is this lake of glacial origin. Therefore,
the water in the lake has a pleasant blue tint. Within two months
(November-December) Lake Tekapo is surrounded by a bright carpet of flowering
lupines of different colors - violet, blue, pink, orange, white and yellow, and
even often you can find a combination of two colors, which is very unusual. On
the lake you can admire very beautiful landscapes. Near the lake is the Church
of the Good Shepherd.
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Lake Wanaka is located at an altitude of 300 m above
sea level, it has an area of 192 square kilometers. The fourth area in New
Zealand. On all sides surrounded by the Southern Alps, which reach heights of 3
km. The lake has a glacial origin and was formed 10 thousand years ago. The
average depth - 300 m The climate is temperate 10-26 degrees Celsius.. However,
the temperature reached in June - 8 degrees Celsius. Lake District is inhabited
by indigenous people of the Maori.
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Taupo - lake in the caldera of the volcano of the same
namein New Zealand. From the lake originates the longest river in New Zealand Waikato. The
lake flows into the river 30. The deepest point of 164 meters. Taupo is the
largest lake of the country and the largest freshwater lake in the South
Pacific. The lake was formed more than 27 000 years ago by the eruption of the
volcano. Lake described the novel by Jules Verne's "Children of Captain
Grant". The lake is a lot of trout.
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Lake Rotoiti - a lake on the northern island of New
Zealand has a tectonic origin. The area is 32 square kilometers, the maximum
depth is 93 meters, the length is 15 kilometers, the width is 3.5 kilometers,
280 meters above sea level. On Lake Rotoiti there are thermal hot spring baths
on the south coast that are available on the boat. Several small rivers and
streams flow into the Rotoiti. The lake, in turn, is connected to the Lake of
Rotorua by the channel Ohau. A popular place for fishing.
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Hamilton Gardens in Hamilton, New Zealand. They are the
most popular tourist attraction in the Waikato region, attract about 600,000
people a year and take numerous activities. Entrance to the gardens is free. In
the center of the gardens is the conference center called Hamilton Gardens
Pavilion, an information center where volunteers work in the Turtle Lake
restaurant and the Turtle Lake café. In the gardens, annual horticultural
activities are held, specializing in bonsai, chrysanthemums, daffodils,
dahlias, lilies, orchids, tulips and roses.
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Glenorchy is a small settlement in the north of Lake
Wakatipu, in the Otago region of New Zealand. There are several pubs, cafes and
small shops for tourists. There is also a small airport. Glenorchy is a popular
tourist destination and close to Aspiring National Park and Fiordland National
Park. Also here you can go horse riding, skiing, snowboarding, boating, biking,
biking, parachuting and playing golf. The village is a famous place for filming
the trilogy The Lord of the Rings and beautiful mountain scenery, is the
starting point for many hikes in the mountains.
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