Fiordland is located on the south-western corner of New Zealand’s South Island and is home of the renowned Fiordland rock lobster.
Dominated by the steep-sided Southern Alps the region is one of the country’s most scenically spectacular and best known international tourist destinations. Featuring stunning natural assets such as Mitre Peak, Milford Sound and Doubtful Sounds, Fiordland has 1.2 million hectares of World Heritage Park which is the launching pad for many of New Zealand’s great walks and other wilderness outdoor adventures.
Te Anau is the main hub of Fiordland located on Lake Te Anau and backdropped by Mt Luxmore and the Murchison Mountains. Nearby the smaller township of Manapouri, nestled on Lake Manapouri, has its own distinctive appeal. Fiordland’s legendary pristine waters contribute to the outstanding succulence of the region’s rock lobster and the Fiordland Lobster Company showcases the area’s unspoiled qualities internationally through its extensive distribution of KiwiLobster products.