National Reserves Of New Zealand
A National Reserve is a land status designation in New Zealand. National Reserves cover a total land area of 96,198 hectares.
There are three National Reserves:
National Reserves are administered by the Department of Conservation and are controlled by the Reserves Act 1977.
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