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Abel Tasman Rolled
by Department of Conservation
PUBLISHER: Department of Conservation
PUBLICATION DATE: 2006
The north-eastern coastline of New Zealand's South Island is an intricate mix of islands, sheltered coves, forested ridges, and headlands that probe into Cook Strait. Known collectively as the Marlborough Sounds, these waterways are a classic 'drowned valley' landform; ancient riverbeds that were invaded by rising sea levels before and after the last ice age.
The Sounds are a unique part of New Zealand, a region of contrasts between shelter and storm, human occupation and nature conservation. Its 1400 kilometre coastline stretches from Croisilles Harbour and D'Urville Island in the northwest to Port Underwood in the southeast. Roads, tracks, walkways and waterways link the more than 50,000 hectares of reserves scattered throughout the Sounds and managed by the Department of Conservation (DOC).
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