Central North Island

The Central North Island of New Zealand features the Lake Taupo area and the mountain volcanoes of Tongariro National Park, all situated on a volcanic plateau. The lake, famed for its trout fishing and boating, fills the caldera of one of the largest super-volcanoes in the world, in a still active geological region.
Taupo is a town in the central North Island of New Zealand. It lies at the northern end of Lake Taupo, at its outlet into the Waikato River.
Ohakune is a town in the Ruapehu district of the central North Island of New Zealand, adjacent to Tongariro National Park.
Tongariro National Park, in the central North Island of New Zealand, contains the three active volcanoes of Mount Ruapehu, Mount Tongariro and Mount Ngauruhoe.
Turangi is a town at the south end of Lake Taupo, in the Central North Island of New Zealand.
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