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The dramatic cliffs and seascape of Slope Point, the most southerly point of mainland New Zealand. The red cliffs are composed of conglomerates originally formed in ancient river systems in the Jurassic period some 170 million years ago. Today the cliffs are mercilessly exposed to the waves and storms of the Southern Ocean.

The dramatic cliffs and seascape of Slope Point, the most southerly point of mainland New Zealand. The red cliffs are composed of conglomerates originally formed in ancient river systems in the Jurassic period some 170 million years ago. Today the cliffs are mercilessly exposed to the waves and storms of the Southern Ocean.


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