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Cave Creek Resurgence, New Zealand
New Zealand

Water from the creek emerges from the cave, located 30 minutes walk from the end of Bullock Creek Road. Nearby hikes include Mt. Bovis and the Inland Pack Track. A memorial near the cave is dedicated to 14 people who died when a viewing platform they were standing on collapsed.

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Copyright: Thomas huang
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Uploaded: 14/06/2012
Updated: 07/07/2012
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Tags: creek; cave; resurgence; bullock; river; trees; hiking; tramping; trekking
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