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Take a short stroll from the Cape Rēinga Te Rerenga Wairua car park down to the lighthouse.
It doesn’t get more classic South Island than mid-Canterbury.
The first time I laid eyes on Aoraki Mount Cook I cried like a baby.
Wellington waterfront is the envy not only of most other New Zealand cities, but also of many cities around the world.
Once upon a time (before 1975, that is) there were no marine reserves around the shores of Aotearoa New Zealand.
Walk or cycle through bush from Fox Glacier township to the Fox Glacier car park.
‘Poverty Bay’ is a serious misnomer for this place of plenty, I thought, as I lugged my trug of technicolour...
If Auckland was the body of a woman, South Auckland would be the hands. The maker.
There’s something disturbingly anatomical about Ulva Island’s name, so it probably comes as something of a relief to learn it...
Enjoy dramatic views of powerful waterfalls and water-sculpted shapes in the rocks on this easy-access walk near Milford Sound.
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