Find out about tracks, campsites and visitor facilities in Fiordland National Park suitable for wheelchairs, buggies or for those who find walking a challenge.
Read about activities, tracks, places to stay and visitor facilities that are suitable for children and families in the Fiordland region.
Fiordland offers many walking and tramping tracks for a range of abilities, time frames and experiences, ranging from short and easy access walks to long, multi day tramps including Great Walks.
With its stunning scenery, Fiordland is a fantastic place to take your boat for scenic touring, fishing or fun. Find out where to boat, launch and about boating rules, care code and safety.
Find out about facilities and contacts for climbing and mountaineering in Fiordland, where the steep granite peaks of the Darran Mountains offer some of the finest alpine rock climbing in New Zealand.
Fiordland offers incredible diving and snorkelling opportunities, especially in the protected Fiordland marine reserves.
While dogs and other pets are not allowed in Fiordland National Park, there are still some areas to exercise your dog in and near the Fiordland area, including selected tracks and around townships.
The lakes and rivers of Fiordland offer excellent fishing for brown and rainbow trout. Find out where you can fish and all about fishing licences and conditions, didymo controls, restrictions and clean gear certificates.
Fiordland offers fantastic areas for kayaking, including Doubtful Sound, Milford Sound and numerous lakes and rivers. Find out where you can go kayaking, kayak hire, safety and tips and trip planning.
Take part in one of many special recreational events held annually in Fiordland National Park. Choose from mountain adventure runs, endurance walking, road cycling, fishing competitions, swim racing, volunteering and more.