The Hermitage: a haven for the adventurous

Not much has changed of the view from the Hermitage from the day it was opened in 1884.


Explore the Hooker Valley while staying at The Hermitage. © ChristchurchNZ

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Christchurch’s street art: an expression of solidarity

This isn’t a couple of cute billboard-type pieces put up in obvious places. This is a thing.

Bread & Circus: taking back the streets

If the title of this startling event has you thinking of folksy folk united and assembled in a be-sandalled mass...

Stewart Island Rakiura: a world away

New Zealand’s third largest island, Stewart Island is a unique, curious place that is well worth a visit.

Southern Scenic Route: a different way of life

This is a drive of unparalleled beauty, an almost contradictory mix of dense woodlands, cool and canopied, and wild southern...

Te Anau to Milford Sound Piopiotahi Highway: the journey into the heart of Fiordland

If you want your senses drenched in Fiordland’s wilderness, vastness and beauty, without being drenched in that seemingly perpetual rain,...

Cruise Lake Wakatipu on the TSS Earnslaw

This, the last remaining coal-fired steamship in the southern hemisphere, was launched the same year as the Titanic.

Bungy jump in Queenstown: test your limits

So here’s the thing. Rubber band around the legs, transform yourself into a t-shape and leap. Easy, eh.

Moeraki Boulders: clamber over them for the ultimate selfie

So while they are known as the Moeraki Boulders, they are actually strewn along Koekohe Beach, for the record.

Aoraki Mount Cook National Park: the iconic peak that is the snapshot of the south

Aoraki Mount Cook is the symbolic, iconic, singular peak that snapshots the south in no uncertain terms.


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