New Zealand Park Maps

Planning a day trip or an extended tramp through one of our wonderful National Parks.  Park maps will make the trip so much more enjoyable and safe.  Published by the Department of Conservation, these detailed maps show all major natural features, as well as tracks and huts.

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 Abel Tasman Information Map  Arthur's Pass National Park Information Map
Abel Tasman Information Map

Abel Tasman National Park, known for its charming coastline sweeping golden beaches, rugged headlands, intimate coves, sandy estuaries & rocky reefs & islands. A strong drawcard for the visitors who walk the gentle Abel Tasman Coast Track with map in hand.

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Arthur's Pass National Park Information Map 

Arthur's Pass National Park was created in 1929, becoming the first national park in the South Island and the third in New Zealand after Tongariro & Egmont. It's noted for its alpine flowers, variety of splendid mountain scenery & recreation values.

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 Coromandel Peninsula Information Map   Egmont Map
Coromandel Peninsula Information Map

The oldest known name for the Coromandel Peninsula is Te Paeroa A Toi, 'the long range of Toi'. It is one of a series that links the region to the ancient voyagers of Polynesia. Another is Te Whitianga A Kupe, 'Kupe's Crossing.' 

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Egmont Map

The dormant volcano Mt Taranaki or Mt Egmont (today, both names are in use) stands on the western coast of the North Island, blessing the landscape of the Taranaki province with its mana. 

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 Fiordland Information Map  Kahurangi Map
Fiordland Information Map

Fiordland is the largest national park in New Zealand (1, 212, 000 hectares) and one of the largest in the world. Make sure you take this map with you when you go through it.

 

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Kahurangi Map Characterised by diversity, Kahurangi National Park covers an area of 451,494 hectares and is the second largest of New Zealand's thirteen national parks. Formally gazetted in 1996, it is also the newest, encompassing much of the north-western South Island.

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 Kaweka Information Map  Kepler Track Information Map
Kaweka Information Map

Kaweka Forest Park encompasses approximately 67000 hectares. The park includes most of the north-south orientated Kaweka Range which rises to 1724m. To the east the Black Birch Range and Don Juan Peak rise to over 1000m and 900m.


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Kepler Track Information Map

The Kepler Track completes a circuit through some of the most magnificent scenery Fiordland National Park, in the South Island of New Zealand, has to offer.

 

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 Lake Taupo Map  Marlborough Sounds Map
Lake Taupo Map

New Zealand's largest lake, Taupo stretches over 616 square kilometers. Three hundred and fifty seven metres above sea level, it lies in a series of craters, produced by many thousands of years of volcanic activity.


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Marlborough Sounds Map The Marlborough Sounds is a region of contrasts between shelter and storm, human occupation and nature conservation. Its 1400 kilometer coastline runs form Croisilles Harbor and D'Urville Island in the north-west to Port Underwood in the south-east. 

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 Milford Track Map  
Milford Track Map

Often described as the 'finest walk in the world', the Milford Track extends for 50km from the northern end of Lake Te Anau, to the appropriately named Sandfly Point near Milford Sound. The route follows the Clinton and Arthur Valleys. 


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