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Hector’s dolphins. Beanbags shaped like sea lions, and sometimes also the real thing. A petrified forest stretch of coast.
'Gabriel’s Gully,' near Lawrence, was where the find that initiated the great Otago gold rush was made.
We've rounded up some ideas for family fun in and around Christchurch – guaranteed to keep the little ones entertained.
Make the most of Queen’s Birthday – the last public holiday weekend before Spring – with some Must-Do escapes around...
The Clutha Gold Trail is an easy meander along the Clutha Mata-au River, across one solid day or two or...
Labour Weekend marks the unofficial start of summer.
With 14,000 kilometres of coastline and a multitude of lakes, there are hundreds of intriguing islands scattered in and around...
Make the most of a fair-weather weekend by getting out to explore some of these lesser-known attractions around New Zealand.
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