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Destination Fiordland New Zealand

Destination Fiordland New Zealand

PO Box 155, Te Anau

Fiordland - one of the world's last great wildernesses and the essence of New Zealand's untamed splendor. Imagine standing high in the... more

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Sandfly Cafe

Sandfly Cafe

No.9 The Lane, Town Centre, Te Anau

Lazy tunes & sunny mountain views The Sandfly Cafe has all-day sun and indoor, outdoor seating. Full breakfast menu, light lunch options,... more

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Redcliff Restaurant & Bar

Redcliff Restaurant & Bar

12 Mokonui St, Te Anau

Experience another Fiordland Wonder at Redcliff Restaurant & Bar. Original and interesting cuisine featuring local produce. Live entertainment... more

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Pop Inn Cafe

Pop Inn Cafe

92 Te Anau Tce, Lakefront, Te Anau

Whether you choose to sit inside or outside at the Pop Inn Cafe, you will be able to enjoy views over Lake Te Anau. Choose from a large... more

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The Ranch Restaurant & Bar

The Ranch Restaurant & Bar

111 Milford Road, Town Centre, Te Anau

Cosy open fireGreat atmosphereFriendly staffTop bar happy hour 7 nights 8-9pmPool tablesGaming machinesSunday roast $15Sky TV - bit... more

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Te Anau is the South Island's largest lake and shows considerable contrast between the dense forest of the western shore and the sparser cover of the east - for which a difference in rainfall is responsible. Te Anau is a glacier lake. Its outflow, the Waiau River, is controlled as part of the Manapouri power scheme as it flows into Lake Manapouri. Te Anau is the ideal base from which to explore Milford and Doubtful Sounds; it is a holiday resort with amenities for visitors including the Fiordland National Park Visitor Centre and Museum. It is known as the Walking Capital of the World - the Milford, Hollyford, Routeburn, Greenstone, Caples, Kepler and remote and difficult Dusky Track (as well as several other excellent walks) are all nearby. The Te Anau Glowworm Caves, famous for their beautiful water-formed sculpture and magical glowworms, lie across the lake. Swimming, water skiing and boating at Blue Gum Point, trout and salmon fishing, float plane and helicopter flights, kayaking, lake trips, mountain biking, horse trekking, underground trout observatory, the Wildlife Bird Reserve, Ivon Wilson Park, and yachting are also attractions. Milford is a two-hour drive from Te Anau, and Manapouri is just a 20-minute drive away.

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Te Anau: Te Anau is the South Island's largest lake and shows considerable contrast between the dense forest of the western shore and the sparser cover of the east - for which a difference in rainfall is responsible. Te Anau is a glacier lake. Its outflow, the Waiau River, is controlled as part of the Manapouri power scheme as it flows into Lake Manapouri. Te Anau...Read More

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