Wilderness areas of New Zealand are managed to conserve natural values. No roads, buildings, tracks, or bridges are constructed. Motorised land and air vehicles are generally prohibited. Most wilderness areas are remote and not easily accessed.
The Otehake Wilderness Area in Arthur's Pass National Park was delisted in April 2005.
Wilderness Area. 465.87km2.
This wilderness area includes the Adams and Wilberg Ranges behind Harihari, through to the Butler Range east of the Main ...
Wilderness Area. 1250.00km2.
A remote block of Fiordland forest stretching from the Tasman Sea to Lake Te Anau. The area borders George, Sutherland, ...
Wilderness Area. 84.98km2.
Forested and alpine western slopes of Mount Ruapehu, including the small volcanic remnant, Hauhungatahi (1521m).
Wilderness Area. 410.00km2.
Remote peaks and valleys around Mount Hooker (2652m) and the head of the Landsborough River. The area borders Westland National ...
Wilderness Area. 830.00km2.
Remote country in the Olivine Range. The wilderness area includes the Red Hills, the Olivine Ice Plateau, and the Joe ...
Wilderness Area. 180.00km2.
Wilderness area on the northern shoreline of Milford Sound, including Mount Pembroke and the western slopes of the Darran Mountains.
Wilderness Area. 396.50km2.
An area at the centre of Raukumara Forest Park, northeast of the Motu River.
Wilderness Area. 869.47km2.
Region of undeveloped remote wilderness in Kahurangi National Park, stretching from the Garibaldi Ridge to the Heaphy River.
Wilderness Area. 64.75km2.
Forested northeastern slopes of the Tongariro volcano complex.