Coromandel: a kid-friendly road trip

Road trips are not often leisurely or spontaneous when you have kids on board.

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.

Rodney: twin coasts

Where the city runs out, Rodney begins.

Devonport and North Head: Victorian village meets mysterious fort

The local iwi, Ngāti Whātua, were the first to scope Takapuna, Takarunga and Takaroro – the three volcanic cones at...

New Plymouth’s Coastal Walkway: welcome to Taradise

New Plymouth started life as the port servicing the mellow, fertile dairying country surrounding Mount Taranaki.

Raglan: you don’t have to be a surfer, but it helps

Ask anyone with salt-draggled hair and the odd piercing where the best surf break in New Zealand is and there’s...

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.

East Waikato: discovering Middle Earth

Of all the names for the area that contains our country’s biggest river, I like The Mighty Waikato best.

Waipā: a slice of royalty in the Waikato

Every little girl wants to get married in the white church on the corner as you drive into Cambridge.

Northwest Waikato: surfing the endless wave

In the 1966 cult surfing movie Endless Summer, filmmaker Bruce Brown follows two surfers, Mike Hynson and Robert August, on...

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