Loved by the locals: South Auckland

Why not bag yourself a bargain while you're out and about in South Auckland? Located on Roscommon Road in Manurewa, Savemart...


Places to go > New Zealand
Find out more

Things to do

Things I love about Christchurch

Enjoy new spots to people watch on the Avon and do a tiki tour of the street art bringing vibrancy, life and energy to the inner city . . . Read the story . . . 

Find out more

Things to do

The Forgotten World Highway

There are no traffic jams here,  it’s not called the Forgotten World Highway for nothing. John McCrystal writes about the road from Stratford to Taumaranui.  Read the story . . . 

Find out more

Things to do

Moeraki Boulders: those mysterious spheres

Just south of Oamaru, you’ve got this nice, sandy beach, right, but at a certain point there’s a collection of perfectly round boulders, some smooth-skinned and perfect, others fracturing along buttery veins of quartz, others eroded away to little more than a pile of quartzy rubble. Read the story . . . 

Find out more

Things to do

Camping country

John McCrystal gets a little misty-eyed about life under canvas . . .  Read the story . . . 

Find out more

Out and about

South Auckland stroll

If Auckland was the body of a women, South Auckland would be the hands. The maker. The birth place of some of Aotearoa’s greatest sporting and artistic heroes.  Read the story . . . 

Find out more

Out and about

Central Auckland: bustling, beautiful, always beguiling

Auckland. Our diverse and buzzing supercity attracts lovers of good food, good beaches and hearty adventures in the great outdoors. Read the story . . . 

Find out more

Things to do

Abel Tasman National Park: a piece of paradise

Abel Tasman is probably New Zealand’s best-known and most popular national park — but it really has to be seen to be believed.  Read the story . . . 

Find out more

Things to do

Whanganui National Park: the magic river

The legend of how the Whanganui River came to be is truly befitting of such a magical place. Read the story . . . 

Must-Do's
Things to do
Show me all places to go
Find out more

Things to do

Aoraki Mount Cook National Park: home to our own Everest

Aoraki Mount Cook National Park is a rugged land of ice and rock, with 19 peaks over 3000 metres, including New Zealand’s highest mountain, Aoraki Mount Cook (3754 metres).  Read the story . . . 

Find out more

Things to do

Arthur’s Pass National Park: over the backbone

Arthur’s Pass National Park lies in the heart of the Southern Alps Ka Tiritiri o te Moana. Its high mountains are the ‘backbone’ of the South Island and the pass itself is the key link between east and west. Read the story . . . 

Find out more

Things to do

Fiordland National Park: the eighth wonder

Fiordland National Park is home to what many consider New Zealand’s most stunning natural attraction — the breathtaking Milford Sound. You won't be surprised that Rudyard Kipling called it the eighth wonder of the world. Read the story . . . 

Find out more

Things to do

Kahurangi National Park: a treasured possession

Kahurangi is New Zealand’s second largest national park — but it needs to be big to squeeze in the famous Heaphy Track, the Oparara Basin complex of limestone caves arches and channels, and 1795m-high Mount Arthur.  Read the story . . . 

Find out more

Things to do

Mount Aspiring National Park: aspiring to greatness

Mount Aspiring — known to the Maori as Tititea, ‘steep peak of sparkling white’ — is one of New Zealand’s highest peaks and the park named for it is a paradise of mountains, glaciers, river valleys and alpine lakes.  Read the story . . . 

Find out more

Things to do

Egmont National Park: the shining mountain

Seen from above, the Egmont National Park on the western coast of the North Island forms almost a perfect circle, surrounding the beautiful Mount Taranaki. Read the story . . . 

Find out more

Things to do

Rakiura National Park: glowing skies

Around 85 per cent of New Zealand’s third largest island, Stewart Island Rakiura, is included in this national park. Rakiura is the most recently formed national park and exudes all the charm of a world on its own. Read the story . . . 

Find out more

Things to do

Akaroa Marine Reserve

Akaroa is very special place, visited by the world’s smallest dolphin, the Hector’s dolphin.  Read the story . . . 

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
. . .
19
Showing 1 - 16 of 300 results