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Once upon a time (before 1975, that is) there were no marine reserves around the shores of Aotearoa New Zealand.
This epic roadie connects the little coves, beaches and bays of the east and the immense dunes, wild coastline and...
You can’t write about this region without mentioning what just about everybody praises about the place, locals and visitors alike.
Richmond has a large mall, serving the surrounding Waimea Plains, with plenty of cafes, big-box shopping stores and a busy downtown.
For at least 500 years, Māori lived along the coast northwest of Nelson, gathering food from the sea, estuaries and...
The legend of how the Whanganui River came to be is truly befitting of such a magical place.
Rakiura is New Zealand's most recently formed national park and exudes all the charm of a world on its own.
This marine reserve on the Coromandel Peninsula is adjacent to some of the most beautiful – and popular – coastline...
The Abel Tasman National Park is renowned for its golden sand beaches, intimate coves and excellent summer weather.
Tucked away at the top of the south, way off State Highway 1, Nelson is a town of 50,000 people...
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