New Zealand has 14,000 kilometres (8,700 mi) of coastline making it the 10th longest in the world. The coastline borders the Tasman Sea and the Pacific Ocean. The northern and southern most points of the coastline on the two main islands are Surville Cliffs and Slope Point respectively. Cape Reinga in the north and Bluff in the south are often incorrectly given as the extremities of the coastline on the North and South Islands. All of them wild and spectacular.