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Lake Te Anau & Manapouri

Narrow inlets with steep sides called fiords are formed by ancient glaciers that have shaped the landscape here over millennia – hence the name ‘Fiordland’.  On Lake Te Anau, you can see this up-close in the inland freshwater fiords, one of only a few examples in the world, that frame the entrance to the Fiordland wilderness. If this wasn’t impressive enough, Lake Te Anau is also the largest body of freshwater in Australasia.

Lake Manapouri, although it can’t compete in size, most definitely can compete in good looks. Hidden coves and sandy beaches, deep water and mystery. Lakes Te Anau and Manapouri offer waterway access to the start of the Milford Track and Fiordland National Park – this world-renowned wilderness is only a boat ride away.

Whether your passion is fishing world class wilderness rivers, knocking off one of our most famous walks or hunting the famous Wapiti Blocks, Lakes Manapouri and Te Anau are the gateways to paradise and we can get you and your gear there.