A Kiwi cartographer has created a fascinating map of where you can't drive in New Zealand.
Andrew Douglas-Clifford's Far From Any Road shows what parts of Aotearoa are more than a kilometre from any road.
The brighter the colour, the further from asphalt they are.
The pole of inaccessibility - the furthest point from any road - is north of Queenstown, in Mt Aspiring National Park.
Much of the South Island is bright yellow, while the North Island is mostly as black as the roads that cover it.
Mr Douglas-Clifford used data from OpenStreetMap, LINZ and NIWA to put it together.
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