Fiordland Free Visitor Attractions
Fiordland National Park is New Zealand’s largest national park and one of its largest tourist attractions claiming world famous landmarks like Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound. Fiordland Free Visitor Attractions offer a range of enjoyable activities you can do without having to open your wallet. Fiordland’s free visitor attractions may include a range of nature walks, bird sanctuaries, wildlife reserves, parks and more. Fiordland presents the great New Zealand outdoors at its finest and can be explored free of charge for those wishing to explore by themselves. more
Fiordland free visitor attractions are ideal for families and those travelling on a budget. Come and discover the scenic wonders of Fiordland and experience all Fiordland’s free things to do.
Enjoy walking an easy loop track through red beech forest and alongside Lake Gunn, beginning from the Milford Road. The Lake Gunn Nature Walk is an easy 45 minute loop walk suited to all ages and accessible to wheelchairs.
This easy, well graded walking track from the Hollyford Road takes you on a short climb through rainforest to the lookout of the impressive Humboldt Falls.
Enjoy impressive views of stunning Milford Sound from a lookout on this short, easy walking track. Take sandfly repellent with you!
For a peek at some of Fiordland’s birds that are difficult to see in the wild, visit the Te Anau Bird Sanctuary. It’s a great place for children and families, and an easy 10 minute walk from Te Anau. The centre is open from dawn to dusk and can cater for guided tours if booked in advance.
Enjoy dramatic views of powerful waterfalls and water-sculpted shapes in the rocks on this easy access walk. Thousands of years of swirling water have sculpted shapes and basins in the rock. The sheer velocity of water gives an appreciation of how much rainfall the Milford Sound area receives per annum.
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