Milford Sound, in the south-west of the South Island, is known as a land of waterfalls. The many fronts blown in from the Tasman Sea hit the high mountains of Fiordland and heavy rain results. Milford Sound averages over 6,000 millimetres of rain a year.
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Photograph by Lloyd Homer
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