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Geography Of New Zealand

Leave your footprints all over the world! Know your destination through geography.

New Zealand lies in the southern piece of the Pacific Ocean. Its closest neighbor is Australia which is around 1,600 kms away. Two substantial islands called the North Island and South Islands are the primary islands of New Zealand, yet there are many encompassing littler islands of which the joined land region is about indistinguishable size from the UK or Japan. 

New Zealand's scenes are breathtaking and incorporate the South Island's Southern Alps which are greater in territory than the European Alps and in addition icy masses, soak inlets and complex sounds. The North Island is volcanic and has each sort of volcanic component including a super well of lava. The two islands have magnificent lakes, lavish rainforests, and high tussock fields.


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