Sub-Antarctic Islands (New Zealand)

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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


Get in

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

Get around





Stay safe

Weather in this part of the world can be extreme.

Get out

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