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This guide to National Parks compiled by New Zealand’s Information Network as a means of introducing you to our top natural attractions. We will provide an overview of the character, striking features and wildlife of each park, and will outline the major walking and tramping tracks.

Whanganui

Cut loose in a canoe or ‘boot it’ deep into the interior of the largest tract of primeval lowland forest in the North Island.

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Tongariro

Tread a path through the restless, contorted, moonscape terrain of New Zealand’s most spectacular volcanic parkland.

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Rakiura

You are invited to visit New Zealand’s southernmost sanctuary and newest national park. It occupies the greater part of our third largest island.

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Te Urewera

Welcome to the timeless, mist-shrouded valleys of the Whirinaki, Whakatane, Waimana and the jewel-like Lake Waikaremoana.

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Paparoa

Witness the weird water-sculptured wonders of ‘Limestone Country’ on the wild West Coast of New Zealand.

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Mt Aspiring

Journey into a tramper’s paradise of cloud-piercing mountains, one hundred glaciers, boulder-strewn rivers and dense rainforests.

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Westland Tai Poutini

Soar high above the sparkling permanent snowfields, which feed giant ‘rivers of ice’ on New Zealand’s West Coast.

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Nelson Lakes

If you would like to climb to ‘rocky mountain high’ from the valley below, then the ‘twin lakes park’ is the place to go.

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Kahurangi

Step into an ecological wonderland and marvel at the astounding diversity of New Zealand’s second largest national park.

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Egmont

Walk on the wild side by climbing the scoria-strewn slopes of a dormant volcano, which is ‘The Most Climbed Mountain in New Zealand’.

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