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By  arlenemc  on Flickr

Lake Taupo is a lake situated in the North Island of New Zealand. With a surface area of 616 square kilometres (238 sq mi), it is the largest lake by surface area in New Zealand. Max. Lengh. 46km, Max. width 33km, Max. depth 186m, Average depth 110m.

Taupo, New Zealand Taupo & Tongariro
    By   volna  on Flicr

    Lake Wainamu - a popular swimming alternative to the rough west coast beaches.

    Bethells Road, Bethells, Waitakere, Auckland. Auckland North & West
      By  itspaulkelly on Flickr

      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.

      36 Weld Street, Hokitika, New Zealand, 7900 Fox Glacier & West Coast
        By  26835078@N04 on Flickr

        Lake Rotorua is the second biggest lake in the North Island, but is more notably known, for being in the heart of New Zealand

        Rotorua Rotorua
          By  borderbushwalkingclub on Flickr

          A glacier-carved lake and picture-postcard alpine scenery – pack your camera, and take the drive out here to this tranquil setting.

          Lake Rotoroa, Rotoroa, Tasman Nelson Region

            Must See

            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.

            Lake Mathieson Road, Fox Glacier, West Coast, New Zealand Fox Glacier & West Coast
              By   travelix  on Flickr

              The Lake Okataina Scenic Reserve is a pristine natural area with native bush down to the waters edge. The reserve is rich in birdlife and contains fine examples of rimu, totara, rata and kahikatea.

              Lake Okataina Road, Rotorua, Bay of Plenty Rotorua
                By   flissphil  on Flickr

                Lake Rotohokahoka, Mamaku, Rotorua

                Mokaihaha Forest, South Road, Mamaku Rotorua
                  By  sleepcreature  on Flickr

                  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.

                  Tuatapere, Fiordland National Park, New Zealand Invercargill & Southland
                    By  99324130@N00  on Flickr

                    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.

                    Te Anau Queenstown & Wanaka

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