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New Zealand’s National Parks
New Zealand’s National Parks
New Zealand’s National Parks
New Zealand’s National Parks
New Zealand’s National Parks
New Zealand’s National Parks
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New Zealand’s National Parks
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New Zealand’s National Parks

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  • 1. New Zealand’s National Parks
    By Sam And Joseph
  • 2. Here are a list of all the National Parks in New Zealand.
    1 Abel Tasman
    2 Fiordland
    3 Tongariro
    4 Nelson Lakes
    5 Te Urewera
    6 Whangunui
    7 Egmont
    8 Westland
    9 Mt Aspiring
    10 Paparoa
    11 Aurthers Pass
    12 Mt Cook
    13 Rakiura
    14 Kahurangi
  • 3. Here some facts about National parks
    Fact 1. Dogs are not allowed into National Parks.
    Fact 2. A national park is a reserve of natural or semi natural land.
    Fact 3. They are owned by the government.
    Fact 4. There are 14 National Parks in New Zealand.
    Fact 5. Three-tenths of tourists visiting, at least one National park during their stay in New Zealand.
    Fact 6. There are 9 National Parks in the South Island and 5 in the North Island.
  • 4. Fact 7. Tongariro was the first national park formed in New Zealand and the fourth in the world.
    Fact 8. The park is centred on three active volcanoes: Tongariro (1,968 metres), Ruapehu (2,797 metres), and Ngauruhoe (2,290metres).
    Fact 9. Mt Ruapehu has a number of peaks:
    Tahurangi 2,797 metres
    Girdlestone 2,658 metres
    Te Heuheu 2,732 metres
    Paretetaitonga 2,751 metres
    Fact 10. Traditionally Ngauruhoe has erupted atleast every nine years, although at thetime of writing the last eruption was in1975 .
  • 5. Take only photos
    and
    leave only footprints
  • 6. Wordle
  • 7. Thank You for watching our slidesBy Sam and Joseph
  • 8. Bibliography
    http://www.doc.govt.nz/parks-and-recreation/national-parks/tongariro/features/tongariro-facts/

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