Mt Cook and the MacKenzie Country are located to the east of the Southern Alps, in New Zealand's South Island. Mount Cook National Park was gazetted in October 1953 and was established to protect the area's landscape, flora and fauna. At 3,754 metres, Mt Cook (Aoraki) is New Zealand's highest mountain. Tekapo and Twizel, the two closest towns to Mt Cook, are also popular tourist destinations and holiday hot spots.
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Utilising the powerful winter solstice energies at Aoraki, Spirit and the guardians of this sacred mountain are sounding the call for those Souls who are to particiapte in this profound event. The existence of the ...
Where: Aoraki Mt Cook Community Hall,, Aoraki Mt Cook, Mackenzie
Address: Sebastapol Drive, Mt Cook Village
From: 5:00pm on Sunday 19th June 2016
To: 5:00pm on Tuesday 21st June 2016