Steep and rugged Campbell Island has had a varied history. It has been used for sealing, whaling, and farming, for wartime defense and as a meteorological station. 700 km south of South Island, the Campbell Island group is New Zealand’s southernmost sovereign territory. With its 11,300 hectares of land, Campbell Island has been a nature reserve since 1954 and is managed by the Department of Conservation (DOC). It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site “New Zealand Sub-Antarctic Islands” created in 1998. View more
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