Location: Southland & Fiordland

Te Anau, Fiordland National Park

  • The kea (nestor notablis), the world's only alpine parrot and found only in the South Island of New Zealand
  • A stunning evening sky reflects in a tarn in the Lake Adelaide basin, Fiordland National Park
  • The setting sun provides some warm light to an otherwise cold winter's day at Sutherland Sound, Fiordland National Park
  • Sunrise from the flank of Mt Luxmore on the Kepler Track, viewed towards Lake Te Anau
  • Key Summit, accessed from the Routeburn Track, during the clearance of a winter storm
  • The mesmerising Lake Mackenzie sits at 890 metres elevation on the Routeburn Track
  • Mossy rainforest lines each side of the Routeburn Track near Lake Mackenzie
  • Lush rainforest near Lake Mackenzie, Fiordland National Park
  • Stirling Falls (151m), Milford Sound / Piopiotahi, illuminated by the rays of the setting sun
  • Glacial ice crumbles as it tumbles over the edge into a Fiordland valley
  • Sunrise on a cold winter's morning at North Mavora Lake, Southland
  • Sun lit mist after a period of rain heavy rain on State Highway 94, Fiordland National Park
  • A gloomy Hollyford Valley captured between rain showers
  • Fiordland National Park is home to thousands of rivers and streams which flow through primordial forest
  • Recent rain at Lake Hauroko, New Zealand's deepest lake, results in the lake being that little bit deeper
  • An early morning view up the Hollyford River to Mt Talbot (2,105 m), Fiordland National Park
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