Kāpiti Marine Reserve

Kāpiti Marine Reserve is popular for its abundant sea life including blue moki, kingfish, seals and dolphins.

The Hauraki Gulf: islands of the north wind

The warm and sheltered waters of the Hauraki Gulf have been home to humans for up to a thousand years,...

Farewell Spit: a sandy phenomenon

You might be forgiven for thinking Farewell Spit is named for the last thing Abel Tasman did as he high-tailed...

Rakiura Stewart Island: smouldering sunsets and sunrises

As you go south, twilight lengthens.

Otago Peninsula: prodigious wildlife and a bona fide castle

If ever you should tire of the splendours of Dunedin – preposterous though that proposition may sound – there’s always...

Kaikōura Peninsula Walkway

Observe seals and seabirds, explore historic pā and whaling sites and enjoy sensational clifftop views of the sea and mountains...

Auckland’s West Coast: rugged beauty

Say what you like about Auckland city and its residents, you’ve got to admit that both are blessed with the...

Tararua: a glimpse of prehistoric New Zealand

The view took his breath away.

Stewart Island Rakiura: the other (third) island

It was a slate grey day in Bluff.

Wellington: culture, activities and the weather

From ballet to fashion to art to birds to parliament to gardens – Wellington's got it all (just try to...

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