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Canadian Ports: Introduction to Collingwood Port

Collingwood Port Map

The location of Collingwood Port is shown on the map.

Collingwood geographical longitude: -80.2169047, latitude: 44.5007687. One of the major ports on the Canada Line

Collingwood is located at the western end of New Zealand's National Highway 60. It is a quiet town, but if you love nature, the rich resources here will satisfy you. From here you can embark on the Blackfield Trail, visit Kahurangi National Park or go on an eco-tour at the Farewell Sands Bird Sanctuary. It's easy to rent a mountain bike and explore the beautiful Rwatanifa Gorge, or rent a kayak and paddle around Rwatanifa Bay. Other local activities include caving in Te Anarua, learning about minerals in Rockville and horse riding along Ferrari Key Beach, where you can spot a seal colony. Collingwood is a place to enjoy scallops, which inhabit the shores here just as Collingwood is on Golden Bay.

Collingwood is an important shipping port in Canada. There are 165 ports in Canada, including 12 major ports, namely: Calgary (calgary), Montreal (montreal, qc), Port Rupert (prince rupert), Vancouver (vancouver, bc), Winnipeg (winnipeg), Halifax (halifax), Toronto (toronto, on), Edmonton (edmonton), Ottawa (ottawa, on), Ports of regina, saskatoon, hamilton, on.

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