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The white sands of Chrystalls Beach sweep six kilometres north of the mouth of theTokomairiro River, east of Milton. It is an attractive spot for holidaying families with beautiful beaches as well as Cook's Head Rock to climb and marvel at.

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Irishmans road, Milton Otago Dunedin & Otago

    At 147 metres, Botanical Hill might seem like a puny, pint-sized peak but it has been well and truly supersized by its peculiar claim to fame. A monument on the summit celebrates its unique status as the geographical centre of New Zealand.

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    Hardy Street, Nelson Nelson Region

      The Clifden Caves were formed in early Miocene times around 20 million years ago from the accumulations of shell fragments and sand, which was compressed, uplifted and eroded.

      Clifden Gorge Road, Eastern Bush, New Zealand Invercargill & Southland

        If you are game enough to aspire to being crowned ‘King of the Castle’, a climb to the precipitous summit of Castle Rock brings ample reward.

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        Castle Rock Rd, Coromandel, New Zealand Coromandel

          The Cathedral Caves are a ‘must-see’ Catlins attraction. The Cathedral Caves are one of the thirty longest sea caves in the world.

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          Pratt Road, Chaslands, Otago, New Zealand Dunedin & Otago

            A visit to the Clay Cliffs, a natural rock formation 10 km west of Omarama is a must-do while in Omarama. The Clay Cliffs are huge sharp pinnacles and ridges with deep, narrow ravines separating them.

            Henburn Road, Omarama Dunedin & Otago

              The monolithic rocks rise up to 30 metres high and are arranged in haphazard groups like pieces in a gargantuan chess game played by giants.

              8639 Great Alpine Hwy, Castle Hill, New Zealand Christchurch & Canterbury

                Fancy a spectacular view? Climb the Deliverance Track up the magnificent 162-metre-high Castle Rock, named by explorer Captain Cook in 1770.

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                Castlepoint Road, Masterton, New Zealand Masterton, Wairarapa

                  One of the most outstanding natural features in the Canterbury region can be enjoyed by travellers who relish freezing knee-to-waist deep water, waterfall climbs, narrow ledges, twists and turns.

                  Cave Stream Scenic Reserve, Castle Hill, Canterbury, New Zealand Christchurch & Canterbury

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