New Zealand, a land of contrasts
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The islands of New Zealand lie in the Pacific Ocean, south-east of Australia. Although the land is narrow, there is plenty of variety – volcanoes and glaciers, beaches and forests, open plains. Running the length of the South Island is a mountain range called the Southern Alps. The North Island is mainly hill cuntry with the great expanse of Lake Taupo at is centre.
The encyclopedia of New Zealand. Retrieved April, 2017 from http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/natural-environment