Enjoy the magnificence of thousands of litres of water squeezing and surging through a 15-metre rocky gorge into heart-stirring rapids and a waterfall you'll be hard pressed not to photograph.
Feel a world away, retreat into lazy days and drift from vineyard, olive grove to beach on Waiheke.
If you’re a grown-up Kiwi and you haven’t been here yet: shame, bro!
Tip your hat to architect Herbert Hall of Timaru who harnessed the iconic, neo-Georgian style and grandeur of European mountain and Canadian lakeside chateaus and delivered the goods in full to the foot of Ruapehu.
Drive this remote 150-kilometre highway and pass over four mountain saddles, through a mysterious one-lane tunnel and along a meandering river gorge.
Celebrate Modernist filmmaker, sculptor, painter and poet Len Lye in this striking single-artist gallery, finalist in the World Architecture Festival Awards, and central to New Plymouth's art and cultural precinct.