Fiordland National Park: Eglinton River

Eglinton River in Fiordland National Park, New Zealand

Eglinton River in Fiordland National Park

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Eglinton River
The image shows the Eglinton River flowing through Fiordland National Park, which is located in the South Island of New Zealand.

It is a small river that runs parallel to the Te Anau – Milford highway (State Highway 94) in some places. It has two branches; The west branch originates in Lake Gunn, and the east branch originates in the Livingston mountains. Both the branches join somewhere south of Knobs Flat. The combined river then snakes through Eglinton Valley and joins Lake Te Anau somewhere north of Te Anau Downs.

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