New Zealand's volcanoes are situated in the North Island although the South Island has several extinct volcones, such as Banks Peninsula. The North Island is also the main area of thermal activity. The South Island has a few thermal areas, the most famous however is Hanmer Springs.
Author & photographer: David Johnson (Virtual New Zealand). Providing a credit or link is appreciated.
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