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In less enlightened times, the vast underground chambers that are now Kelly Tarlton’s Antarctic Encounter & Underwater World on Auckland’s...
Gisborne intrigues me. It’s a mix of tradition, culture and nature.
The flats toward the headwaters of the Hutt River (named after the Chairman of the New Zealand Company, Sir William...
Centuries ago this alpine pass was traversed by Māori in search of pounamu and moa.
Big skies, a long, lonely coastline of restless ocean with few safe havens, a region of dead straight roads cleaving...
Family squabbles, love affairs and bitter accusations – sounds like the plot of a soap opera.
The rain had settled in. Mist crept over the brows of hills, brooding and moody.
A faded brown road sign stands just along from Queenstown’s Remarkables ski fields.
Known in other countries as hiking, bushwalking or trekking, tramping is a uniquely New Zealand term and one fitting the...
Low-slung clouds obscure the landscape and as we drive closer, it turns to rain, veiling the steeply rising hills.
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