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Encyclopedia > List of caves of New Zealand

The following is a list of some of the more well known caves and caverns in New Zealand. Alternate meanings: Cave (disambiguation) The outside world viewed from a cave A cave is a natural underground void large enough for an adult human to enter. ...


Not all caves have an official name as set by the New Zealand Geographic Board. The national caving association maintains maps of all known surveyed caves and the name is generally allocted by the group who first discovered the cave. Inside the cave at Cave Stream, New Zealand Caving is the recreational sport of exploring caves. ...


North Island caves

The Waitomo Caves are located in the southern Waikato region of the North Island of New Zealand, 20 kilometres northwest of Te Kuiti. ... The Waitomo Caves are located in the southern Waikato region of the North Island of New Zealand, 20 kilometres northwest of Te Kuiti. ... The Waitomo Caves are located in the southern Waikato region of the North Island of New Zealand, 20 kilometres northwest of Te Kuiti. ... The Waitomo Caves are located in the southern Waikato region of the North Island of New Zealand, 20 kilometres northwest of Te Kuiti. ...

South Island caves

Broken River Cave is a 362-meter-long cave in New Zealand, located on Arthurs Pass Road from Christchurch on the west coast. ... Nettlebed Cave (or simply Nettlebed) is New Zealands deepest cave system, dropping to 889 metres below the surface. ... Mount Owen is in the Tasman district of the South Island of New Zealand. ... Bulmer Cavern is New Zealands longest cave system, running for 32 kilometres through the Mount Owen region of the northwest South Island. ... The Riwaka River is located in the northwest of New Zealands South Island. ... Takaka is a small town situated at the southeastern end of Golden Bay, at the northern end of New Zealands South Island. ... Harwood (or Harwoods) Hole is located in the northwest of the South Island of New Zealand. ... The Te Ana-au caves are located on the western bank of Lake Te Anau in the southwest of New Zealand. ...

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List of New Zealand's longest cave systems


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List of caves of New Zealand - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (111 words)
The following is a list of some of the more well known caves and caverns in New Zealand.
Not all caves have an official name as set by the New Zealand Geographic Board.
The national caving association maintains maps of all known surveyed caves and the name is generally allocated by the group who first discovered the cave.
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