Which region is Te Anau in?
Te Anau is a town in the Fiordland region of the South Island of New Zealand. The waters are crystal clear, clean and deep like those of Lake Te Anau, the largest lake on the South Island. The city of Te Anau is beautiful and interesting, and is located at the eastern end of the lake. Mount Luxmore serves as the carpetway to the lake, along with the Murchison Mountains. All that surrounds it are wide mountains and mountain ranges full of vegetation.
Te Anau is a small town located on the shores of the lake that bears the same name, and which is the second largest in all of New Zealand. With about 2,000 inhabitants it is located in a perfect tourist enclave, right next to the Fiorland National Park and about 2 hours by car from the famous Milford Sound. It has a wide range of restaurants and also a large supermarket if we decide to make a somewhat cheaper meal.
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