Eglinton Valley, Milford Road, Fiordland
Fiordland National Park (established in 1952) has spectacular ice-carved fiords, lakes and valleys, rugged granite tops and pristine mountain to sea vistas.
Fiordland National Park is special not only in New Zealand but is also internationally recognised as part of Te Wāhipounamu - South West New Zealand World Heritage Area.
You can experience this region’s wild beauty through attractions such as the journey to Milford Sound along the Milford Road, the Great Walks (Kepler Track, Milford Track and Routeburn Track) and more.
View the Fiordland day walks brochure (PDF, 4,340K).
Read about the world famous features of Fiordland National Park, view our sneak preview videos and photos and be inspired to come and visit soon.
Fiordland National Park is a fantastic spot to enjoy many activities with your family and friends, including walking, tramping (multi day), boating, camping, climbing, fishing, hunting, kayaking, and more.
Within the National Park there are a range of places to stay, from DOC campsites and huts to concessionaires offering commerical style accommodation options.
Find information on how to get to Fiordland National Park, what the weather is like, and tips for safety, including what gear you will need.
Grab a sneak preview - enjoy video clips of film makers Dave and Tim as they taste adventure on the Great Walks and talk to other walkers.
Fiordland National Park is the largest national park in NZ and one of the largest worldwide. It contains hundreds of islands ranging in size from small rock stacks to Resolution Island.
Find businesses that are DOC-approved to provide activities and services in Fiordland National Park.
Weather and climate in Fiordland
Fiordland National Park - Wild about New Zealand TV series
Follow the Outdoor Safety Code:1. Plan your trip2. Tell someone3. Be aware of the weather4. Know your limits5. Take sufficient supplies
Fiordland alerts (current conditions and track updates)
Safety guidelines for Fiordland