Te Anau township is located on the shores of Lake Te Anau, the second largest lake in New Zealand. With a permanent population of only 3,500 – this number can exceed 10,000 in the summer months when visitors come to enjoy the lake and scenery in the sunshine. Te Anau is also known as the gateway to Fiordland National Park, the largest and most rugged park in New Zealand.
There are a wide range of activities on offer in the area, including skydiving, jetboating, cruising on the lake, sea kayaking, camping and walking along our world reknowned Milford, Kepler and Dusky Tracks. New Zealand’s icon, Milford Sound with its towering Mitre Peak, and the more remote Doubtful Sound are must sees, and the aerial views Fiordland Helicopters offers can’t be beaten.