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The largest concrete dam in New Zealand is well worth a look

Sunderland Street, Clyde, Otago Dunedin & Otago

    With amazing horizontal visibility at an average of 63 meters of the constantly 11.7°C cool water, it is also the largest cold water springs in the Southern Hemisphere, discharging 14,000 litres of water per second.

    Pupu Springs Road, Takaka, Tasman, New Zealand Nelson Region

      Winding its way past Mt Tongariro and Mt Ngauruhoe, this Great Walk lets you explore dramatic volcanic landscapes including craters, glacial valleys, native beech forest, alpine meadows and emerald coloured lakes in this World Heritage area.

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      Whakapapa Village, New Zealand Taupo & Tongariro

        The largest national park in the North Island. Few places in New Zealand have such a wide botanical variation as is found in Te Urewera National Park. It ranges from luxuriant kohekohe forest in the lowland to mountain beech on the mountain tops.

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        Aniwaniwa, New Zealand Gisborne & Eastland

          Located in the tiny township of Te Araroa, this grand old dame of pohutukawa trees is known as Te Waha-o-Rerekohu, and it

          Moana Parade, Te Araroa, Gisborne, New Zealand Gisborne & Eastland

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