Waitangi Treaty Grounds and the Museum of Waitangi

If you’re a grown-up Kiwi and you haven’t been here yet: shame, bro!

Chateau Tongariro: style and grandeur at the foot of Ruapehu

You can sense it, really, the pressing of history, as you enjoy a hot beverage by the roaring open fire.

Len Lye Centre: a remarkable building for a remarkable artist

The legendary Len Lye was a remarkable New Zealand artist, which is saying something in a country that has given...

Kororipo Heritage Park: embrace nineteenth-century Aotearoa

The tagline for this park is: ‘Be embraced by history.' History can be a cold cuddle for some, but this...

Napier Art Deco Festival: vintage colour and charm

Napier and its outlying towns had to rebuild after the devastating 1931 earthquake.

Te Papa Tongarewa: Museum of New Zealand

Te Papa: its location alone is a treasure.

The Beehive and Parliament Buildings: the heart of Aotearoa's government

The good thing about the Beehive is as soon as you see it, you know what it is.

The Church of the Good Shepherd: the most photographed church with the best views

In case you hadn’t noticed, New Zealand owes much to its sheep farmers.

Ōamaru’s Victorian Precinct: the capital of all things steampunk

Slightly eccentric, Ōamaru, one of those not-as-it-first-seems places.

Olveston House: how the other half lived

Designed by a London architect and built in 1904 – well, this was really something.

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