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Jack’s Point is one of New Zealand’s most exhilarating and scenic golf courses.
Set atop 6,500 rolling acres of stunning pasture-land, Cape Kidnappers has been described as a modern marvel of golf course architecture.
Less a hobby, more a religion, fishing isn't just a thing to do in New Zealand – it’s THE thing...
At 152km long, the Otago Central Rail Trail – New Zealand’s original Great Ride – sounded appealing but I hoped...
The 300km Alps to Ocean Trail (the A2O) connects Aoraki Mt Cook with Ōamaru, flowing as the water does, from...
Martinborough’s town square is shaped like a Union Jack. Streets radiate out long, straight lines. It’s impossible to get lost.
I begin my ride in Clyde, a hamlet settled in the 1860s after the area’s first gold strike.
A faded brown road sign stands just along from Queenstown’s Remarkables ski fields.
The rain had settled in. Mist crept over the brows of hills, brooding and moody.
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