There are several types of dune in New Zealand. The most common is the coastal dune but there are also inland dunes that are made up of wind blown san

d from lake shores and river beds. There are also volcanic dunes made up of drifting pumice, scoria, and ash in the volcanic environments of the Rangipo desert.

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This page last updated on 26 Sep 2012