Waiheke Island: a sense of freedom

Some people were terribly excited when Lonely Planet named Waiheke Island as the fifth-best holiday destination in the world.

Auckland's North Shore: the ‘other side’

They say there are two kinds of Aucklanders: those who live on the North Shore and those who want to.

Eastland: sun, sand and seclusion

There’s a lot to be said for sticking to State Highway 2 when travelling down the east coast of the...

Hokianga: harbouring history

From the look and feel of the Hokianga today, it’s hard to believe it used to be one of the...

Dunedin city: Edinburgh of the south

‘Dunedin’ is an ancient name for Edinburgh and the resemblance doesn’t stop at the names.

Waitomo: sheep, caves, waterfalls and a rugby great

The joys of Waitomo will begin to appear when you stop just out of the township at Waitomo Orchard and Gifts.

Manawatū: off the main drag

The Manawatū is a rich and deeply characterful part of the New Zealand landscape.

Franklin: coast to coast charm

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

Lake Taupō: how did we get so lucky?

It really is all about the lake in this part of the world.

Tararua: a glimpse of prehistoric New Zealand

The view took his breath away.

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