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Clutha Gold and Roxburgh Gorge: cycling the Otago river trails

I begin my ride in Clyde, a hamlet settled in the 1860s after the area’s first gold strike.


Moody skies over Clyde. © Elisabeth Easther

Auckland City cycling

Thanks to some passionate advocates and a burst of investment, Auckland City is becoming increasingly pleasurable for pedalling.

Urban explorer: Point Chevalier

If you’re partial to a peninsula and you like your city settlements on the quirky side, the western trio of...

Central Auckland: bustling, beautiful, always beguiling

In the 1950s, JC Reid wrote of Auckland: 'Its people work hard and play hard.

Loved by the locals: Auckland

Spread over 4000km of designated marine park, the glistening waters of the Hauraki Gulf reach from the shores of Auckland...

Loved by the locals: Franklin

Signposted from Waiuku, the Āwhitu Peninsula is a rugged beauty.

Franklin: coast to coast charm

'There's no end of things to do in the "White City".'

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