TAUPO MOANA

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Year

1963

NFU Picture/Sheet No.

207

Length

Unknown type, XX minutes

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Unknown

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NFU Film Information Sheet No. 207 Cat. Refs. 1965-S p.11; 1967-68 p.31; 1973 p.47. Colour 20 mins. 35mm 1,873 ft. The Lake Taupo district, famed for its beauty, has remarkable contrasts of scenery - snow-clad volcanoes, weird and spectacular thermal manifestations and the vast geothermal power scheme at Wairakei. Taupo, largest lake in the Southern Hemisphere, is a splendid trout fishing centre. Almost every type of sport is available within a day's trip there and back. A romantic Maori legend opens the film and sets the atmosphere. TB PREVENTION

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