Sulphur Bay Wetland Photos

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At the southern end of Lake Rotorua lies Sulphur Bay, a mystifying geothermal wetland that the Rotorua region is famous for. This is an active and constantly changing landscape with sinter terraces, sulphur and silica flats, and active mud pools and steam vents. The milky colour of the water is the result of suspended sulphur particles.
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Sulphur Bay Wetland - North Island - New Zealand