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Banks Peninsula

Banks Peninsula is situated in the South Island, in the east of the Canterbury region. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it separates the bays of Canterbury and Pegasus. The peninsula is a huge old volcano without activity, which has a natural harbour in its crater. There are lots of hills and pastures with abundant gorse, and its inner bay a perfect refuge for the French and British whalers.



S  43º 45' 00''

E  173º 00' 00''

What to see in Banks Peninsula?


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