Punakāiki Marine Reserve

Punakāiki Marine Reserve surrounds the pancake rocks and blowholes at Dolomite Point, one of the most distinctive landscapes of the...

Whangārei Harbour Marine Reserve

The marine environment in Northland’s Whangārei Harbour is of distinctive quality, and two marine areas are set aside for protection:...

Mimiwhangata Coastal Park Marine Reserve

Mimiwhangata Coastal Park near Whangārei is home to recovering bird and marine species, lovely coastal walks and lots of opportunities...

Whangārei: hills and harbours

A long, winding, tidal harbour overshadowed by rugged volcanic cones, Whangārei is a place of many meanings.

Kāpiti Island: birds of paradise

If you’ve got anything resembling a soft spot for the native birdlife of this country – and what Kiwi doesn’t...

Our marine reserves: treasures under the sea

Once upon a time (before 1975, that is) there were no marine reserves around the shores of Aotearoa New Zealand.

Our isolated marine reserves

New Zealand has four marine reserves in the Subantarctic Islands, one in the Kermadecs and one at Volkner Rocks in...

Ulva Island-Te Wharawhara walking tracks

Visit iconic Ulva Island Te Wharawhara, the jewel of Rakiura National Park.

The Abel Tasman Coast Track: Tasman’s treasure

For at least 500 years, Māori lived along the coast northwest of Nelson, gathering food from the sea, estuaries and...

Fiordland National Park: the eighth wonder

Fiordland National Park is home to what many consider New Zealand’s most stunning natural attraction – the breathtaking Milford Sound.

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