Loved by the locals: Tauranga

Although no one knows the exact amount, it’s been said that 1,000,000 people walk or run up or around Mauao...


The view from Mt Maunganui at sunset. © aaron_400d

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Loved by the locals: Franklin

Signposted from Waiuku, the Awhitu Peninsula is a rugged beauty.

Loved by the locals: East Waikato

One of the most popular events on Te Aroha's community calendar is a rugby match between Waihou and Te Aroha...

Loved by the locals: Raglan

Almost 30 years ago surfboard maker Craig Hughes arrived in town with his wife and their sons and set up...

Loved by the locals: Western Bay of Plenty

If you like an easy walk that offers amazing views of Tauranga and the wider Bay of Plenty, I recommend...

Campervanning with kids in the Hokianga: the perfect combination

We are all very impressed with Tane Mahuta. He's beautiful and old and lovely.

A road less travelled: on the trail of a hot lamb sandwich

Before New Zealand became the Land of Dairy it was Sheepville — 60 million sheep and three million humans.

Te Anau Glowworm Caves: underground cosmos

It was an underground cosmos full of glowworm galaxies, like looking at the roof of the universe.

Working at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa: stories, smiles and sharing moments

Coming to work every day at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa is like taking a ticket in...

Loved by the locals: Manawatu

Enjoy beautiful coffee and great food at Hansens Café and Store in Kimbolton. © Nicholas Allen


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