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Road to Mount Cook and Lake Pukaki, South island, New Zealand Featured New Zealand Sub-Antarctic Islands Print

Road to Mount Cook and Lake Pukaki, South island, New Zealand

Scenic route near Lake Pukaki and Mount Cook, the highest mountain in New Zealand, view from Peter's lookout. Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1990

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The Church of the Good Shepherd, Lake Tekapo, New Zealand Featured New Zealand Sub-Antarctic Islands Print

The Church of the Good Shepherd, Lake Tekapo, New Zealand

The Church of the Good Shepherd is situated on the shores of Lake Tekapo amongst the natural beauty of the lake and the mountains. A heritage at Mackenzie region. The Church has been home to thousands of weddings, and has seen more than its fair share of visitors to its grounds.
The builders of the Church were instructed that the site was to be left undisturbed, and that even the matagouri bushes surrounding the building were to remain. Rocks which happened to be on the wall line were not to be removed. The stones for the wall were to be procured from within a radius of five miles of the site, and were to be unchipped and in their natural condition

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North New Zealand Featured New Zealand Sub-Antarctic Islands Print

North New Zealand

Cape Reinga, official name Cape Reinga/Te Rerenga Wairua, is the north westernmost tip of the Aupouri Peninsula, at the northern end of the North Island of New Zealand.
Cape Reinga is more than 100 km north of the nearest small town of Kaitaia. State Highway 1 extends all the way to the Cape, but until 2010 was unsealed gravel road for the last 19 km.
Suitable vehicles can also travel much of the way via Ninety Mile Beach and Te Paki stream bed.
The 'Te Rerenga Wairua' component of the name in MA?ori language means the leaping-off place of spirits. The 'Reinga' part of the name is the MA?ori language word meaning the underworld.
Both refer to the MA?ori belief that the cape is the point where the spirits of the dead enter the underworld.
Cape Reinga is on the tentative list of UNESCO waiting to receive World Heritage Site status.
The cape is already a favorite tourist attraction, with over 120, 000 visitors a year and around 1, 300 cars arriving per day during peak season. Visitor numbers are growing by about five percent a year, and the increase is likely to become even more now that the road to the cape is fully sealed

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