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You don’t have to look far in Canterbury to find one of New Zealand’s best and quirkiest cafes.
Hector’s dolphins. Beanbags shaped like sea lions, and sometimes also the real thing. A petrified forest stretch of coast.
Perhaps in honour of its former status as a floodplain, Lower Hutt is extraordinarily well endowed with swimming pools, with...
While the Tekapō lakefront is usually packed with tourists for most of the year, nearby Lake Alexandrina is a quiet...
Spread over 4000km of designated marine park, the glistening waters of the Hauraki Gulf reach from the shores of Auckland...
Mist hung over the tops of the jagged peaks of The Remarkables, enhancing their mood and mystique.
Five brilliant family days that harness the best our biggest city has to offer and keep the kids entertained, too.
Join Canopy Tours, a series of ziplines through the Mamaku Forest, where you’ll whiz off platforms – some more than...
There’s an adventure to suit anyone at the so-called Selwyn Six.
‘The course will be physically, mentally and emotionally challenging,’ said the Outward Bound website.
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