Milford Sound with Mitre Peak in distance

Introduction

Fiordland National Park (established in 1952) has spectacular ice-carved fiords, lakes and valleys, rugged granite tops and pristine mountain to sea vistas.

Find things to do and places to stay Fiordland National Park

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 rules in Fiordland.

Find out about facilities and contacts for climbing and mountaineering in Fiordland. Fiordland is home to the steep granite peaks of the Darran Mountains offer some of the finest alpine rock climbing in New Zealand.

Where to go climbing in Fiordland.

The lakes and rivers of Fiordland offer excellent fishing for brown and rainbow trout.

Find out where you can fish and fishing licences and conditions.

Fiordland offers fantastic areas for kayaking, including Doubtful Sound, Milford Sound and numerous lakes and rivers.

Find out where you can go kayaking.

Check, Clean, Dry

Clean all gear when moving between waterways to prevent the spread of didymo and other freshwater pests.

How to check, clean, dry your gear.

Contacts

Te Rua-o-te-moko / Fiordland National Park Visitor Centre
Phone:   +64 3 249 7924
Fax:   +64 4 471 1117
Email:   fiordlandvc@doc.govt.nz
Address:   Fiordland National Park
Visitor Centre
Lakefront Drive
Te Anau 9600
Postal Address:   PO Box 29
Te Anau 9640
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