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WIN! A 4WD Macetown Safari for two with Nomad Safaris


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Follow the old miners’ wagon trail to explore the historic gold-mining town of Macetown. 

Long since abandoned after the gold rush, Macetown has now been transformed into a Department of Conservation reserve.  

Experience the narrow, rugged road, with multiple river crossings on a Nomad Safaris 4WD tour.

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Win a 4WD Macetown Safari for two with Nomad Safaris

PLUS: All correct entries for our Kiwi Gems Quiz automatically go in the draw to win one of three fantastic We Love You New Zealand Travel Prize Packs! Find out more.


Prize Terms and Conditions

Prize is for two adults. 

Must be booked in advance.

Subject to availability.

Prize cannot be exchanged for cash.

Blackout dates: public holidays.

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