Blue Mountains (New Zealand)

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The Blue Mountains are a range of rugged hills in West Otago, in southern New Zealand. They form a barrier between the valleys of the Clutha and Pomahaka Rivers. They lie between the towns of Tapanui and Lawrence and rise to 1019 metres (3280 ft).[1]

The Blue Mountains are home to one of the largest herds of wild fallow deer in the south island of New Zealand, hunting is permitted on Department of Conservation administered land.

References[edit]

  1. ^ New Zealand 1:50000 Topographic Map Series sheet CE13 – Tapanui

Coordinates: 45°56′S 169°23′E / 45.93°S 169.38°E / -45.93; 169.38