Cape Kidnappers Golf Course

Set atop 6,500 rolling acres of stunning pasture-land, Cape Kidnappers has been described as a modern marvel of golf course architecture.


The stunning Cape Kidnappers Golf Course. © Gary Lisbon

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Fishing Aotearoa: exploring an angler’s Eldorado

Less a hobby, more a religion, fishing isn't just a thing to do in New Zealand – it’s THE thing...

Taking our time: cycling the Otago Central Rail Trail

At 152km long, the Otago Central Rail Trail – New Zealand’s original Great Ride – sounded appealing but I hoped...

Going with the flow: cycling the Alps to Ocean Trail

The 300km Alps to Ocean Trail (the A2O) connects Aoraki Mt Cook with Ōamaru, flowing as the water does, from...

Cycling Martinborough's Wine Trail

Martinborough’s town square is shaped like a Union Jack. Streets radiate out long, straight lines. It’s impossible to get lost.

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.

Southern Scenic Route: the long and winding road

A faded brown road sign stands just along from Queenstown’s Remarkables ski fields.

Northland road trip: birds, bikes and bush

The rain had settled in. Mist crept over the brows of hills, brooding and moody.

Matakana road trip: an easy escape

Matakana is an easy escape from Auckland city – a short run up the motorway, through the tunnel, east at Warkworth.

Otago Peninsula road trip: wildlife and wild history

Family squabbles, love affairs and bitter accusations – sounds like the plot of a soap opera.


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