Slop Point, a place in southern point of New Zealand. The Slop Point has few restricted regions, the place are known to few people. The region is constantly lashed by cold-fierce westerly winds which blow from Antarctica. The wind that pass through this region is quiet, relentless and intense, the trees are also twisted and bent along the direction of wind. The place is used for sheep farming, apart from few sheep no animal or human lives in this place.
The steep cliffs and rocky-coastline is spectacular. The landscape around is definitely mesmerising, with cliffs around and pleasant cold breeze. The signpost reads the distance to the South Pole and Equator. No proper road is built to this place, one can reach to this destination by walking 20-minutes of path through the dilapidated yellow mark.