Get outdoors in New Zealand
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It’s a pretty big accolade to have a renowned marine expert rate a dive site as one of the top ten in the world. But Jacques Cousteau picked the Poor Knights. Read the story . . .
Take in vast views past wind turbines and up to Kāpiti and Mana Islands on this coastal walk just outside Wellington City. Read the story . . .
Walk the 110-metre wire swing bridge above the churning green water to experience the power of the river and get a whole new perspective on the Buller Gorge. Read the story . . .
Scale a 450 metre-high waterfall and stay dry in Wanaka. Read the story . . .
Take a walk through Rotorua’s Waimangu Volcanic Valley and learn about how the world began. Read the story . . .
Set in the heart of South Waikato, the Blue Spring is a source of water so clear and pure it supplies around 60% of New Zealand’s bottled water. Read the story . . .
Egmont National Park with its iconic cone of Mount Taranaki is home to hundreds of kilometres of walking and tramping tracks, from gentle day walks to more challenging tramps. Read the story . . .
At 39 metres, Waitonga Falls is Tongariro National Park’s highest waterfall. Read the story . . .