Deepest Lakes in New Zealand

1. Hauroko Lake

Hauroko Lake is the deepest lake in New Zealand and 23rd deepest in the World, located in the mountain valley in Flordland National Park, is 30 km long and spread on an area of 63 km2. Waliraurahiri River is the primary outflow of the lake.
Region: Southland (South Island)
Depth: 462 meters

2. Manapouri

The Manapouri Lake is the 2nd deepest in the New Zealand and 32nd deepest in the world, stretched on 142 km2 with length of 28 km and 177 meters above sea level, the lake Manapouri is consist of 33 small islands.
Region: Southland (South Island)
Depth: 444 meters

3. Te Anau

Te Anau Lake is feed by many rivers (inflow) and origin of Waiau River (main outflow), is 65 km long and spread on the area of 344 km2 at the height of 210 meter (elevation). Te Anau is located between the awesome scenery and home for numerous water species and vegetation.
Region: Southland (South Island)
Depth: 425 meters

4. Hawea

Lake Hawea located in the Queenstown Lakes district, covered an area of 141 km2 at the elevation of 348 meters. This lake feed by Hunter Lake and Hawea River is the main outflow, the coast of the lake is beautiful and home for rare species.
Region: Otago Region, South Island
Depth: 392 meters

5. Walkatipu

Walkatipu Lake is feed by Dart and Rees Rivers and outflow of Kawarau River, is 75 km long and 5 km wide spread on an area of 289 km2 at the elevation of 310 meter. It consists several islands including Pig Island, Pigeon Island, Tree Island and Hidden Island.
Region: Otago Region, South Island
Depth: 380 meters

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