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...

Westland Tai Poutini National Park: ancient ice

Westland Tai Poutini is an area of majestic primaeval vistas: snow-capped mountains, glistening glaciers, forests, lakes, rivers and wetlands...

Paparoa National Park: there she blows

Luxuriant coastal forest, limestone cliffs and canyons, caves and underground streams, and an absolutely spectacular coastline are all packed into...

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:...

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...

Nelson Lakes National Park: New Zealand’s Lakes District

Nelson Lakes National Park lies at the head of the Southern Alps and features majestic mountain ranges and the breathtaking...

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.

Tasman: a taste of everything

Richmond has a large mall, serving the surrounding Waimea Plains, with plenty of cafes, big-box shopping stores and a busy downtown.

Rakiura National Park: glowing skies

Rakiura is New Zealand's most recently formed national park and exudes all the charm of a world on its own.

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