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Ōreti Beach runs for 26 kilometres along the southern coast of the South Island.
There’s something about spending time next to a lake that’s good for your soul.
In Invercargill, you can try your hand at operating seriously heavy machinery, with no special licence required.
Take an easy ride along a historic road that winds through native forest in Ruapehu.
Lake swimming is a particularly refreshing experience. Go big at Taupō, New Zealand’s largest lake.
The Waitaki Whitestone Geopark is a story 35 million years in the making.
Kāpiti Island is one of the few easily accessible offshore nature reserves in New Zealand.
Despite its destructive history, Mount Tarawera today is a sleeping giant.
Flat country roads make the perfect terrain for easy cycling in between vineyards – no lycra required!
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