Te Anau

Te Anua Glow Worm Caves

Te Anua Glow Worm Caves

Located 158kms northwest of Invercargill, Te Anau is the gateway to the Fiordland National Park and a ideal base to explore Milford Sound and/or Doubtful Sound and the many other major tracks within the Fiordland National Park.

Te Anau is located in the edge of Lake Te Aanu, a natural glacier lake and is a major hub for road traffic and coach services to and from Milford Sound to Queenstown, Dunedin and Invercargill.

Te Anau is approx 2 hours from Queenstown and has a wide range of activities from yachting, river rafting, mountain biking, scenic flights to name a few for the many activities that are available.

If walking the Routeburn Track from The Divide to Routeburn carpark, there is transport operated by Backpackers Express from the Routeburn carpark to Queenstown.

Te Anau Downs is the departure point for the Milford Track and the half way point on the Milford Sound – Te Anau highway.

Te Anau Downs has the closest accommodation for both the Milford Track at the end and the beginning of the Routeburn Track at The Divide.

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