Lake Te Anau is the biggest of the southern frosty lakes, covering a range of 344 square kilometers. The fundamental body of the lake runs north-south and three vast inlets connect from its western side - these arms are called North Fiord, Middle Fiord and South Fiord. Moving slope nation describes the eastern side of the lake; the western side is a grand wild of timberland and mountains - the Kepler and Murchison Ranges ascend to around 1700 meters above ocean level. A large portion of Lake Te Anau is inside the limits of Fiordland National Park and the Te Wahipounamu World Heritage site. Of the two settlements on the shores of the lake, the township of Te Anau is the biggest. Here you'll discover administrators who can take you cruising or kayaking on the lake. You can likewise visit the Te Ana-au glowworm hollows, which are still topographically dynamic. To see a portion of the imperiled feathered creature species that live in Fiordland, visit the neighborhood untamed life focus.