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This old miners' track crosses the southern Paparoa Range between Barrytown, north of Greymouth, and Blackball in the Grey Valley.
Hector’s dolphins. Beanbags shaped like sea lions, and sometimes also the real thing. A petrified forest stretch of coast.
Wellington is physically defined by the harbour, and its greatest civic amenity is, without doubt, its waterfront precinct.
Quite apart from the other delights of Queen Elizabeth II Park on the Kāpiti Coast – and there are many...
Perhaps in honour of its former status as a floodplain, Lower Hutt is extraordinarily well endowed with swimming pools, with...
This is a remarkable find. Billed as the only place in the world where flames burn eternally in the bush,...
Whenever I drive through Kimbolton, I can’t help myself but stop. First, there’s Hansens Café & Store.
Before New Zealand became the Land of Dairy it was Sheepville – 60 million sheep and three million humans.
Here are five more great ideas for getting out and about with the kids...
Five brilliant family days that harness the best our biggest city has to offer and keep the kids entertained, too.
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