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Sub-Antarctic Islands (New Zealand)

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New Zealand's Sub-Antarctic Islands lie far to the south of Stewart Island and are 5 groups of uninhabited and windswept islands of the Southern Ocean. A hazard in the days of sailing ships, the islands are now wildlife preserves, which, due to their isolation, are only visited occasionally, normally by scientists or conservation workers.


  • Auckland Islands
  • Bounty Island
  • Campbell Island
  • The Antipodes - the most distant land from London.
  • The Snares


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Access to these islands is generally by, or with the support of, a boat. The islands are beyond the (return) range of most helicopters and there is no airstrip for fixed wing aircraft. Access is generally by permit only

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Weather in this part of the world can be extreme.

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