Town located in Southland, on the South Island of New Zealand. It lies on the eastern shore of Lake Te Anau in Fiordland, the largest lake on the South Island and the second largest lake in the country after Taupo. Tourism and agriculture are the main economic activities in the area. As the town is situated next to Fiordland National Park, Te Anau is the gateway to a famous bushland area which has ample opportunities to hike along famous trails where tourists can enjoy spectacular scenery. Many tourists come to see the famous fjords, Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound, and also to practice other activities such as kayaking, cycling, fishing and hunting, and even visits to private estates in the area.

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