Must-Do's in New Zealand
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Embrace nineteenth-century New Zealand and discover the place where Māori and Europeans first lived side by side. Read the story . . .
See the largest commercial drop zone in the world from the angle you're really meant to... Read the story . . .
Jump waves, body surf or swim, then dig your toes into the sand for tuatua on this long golden-sand stretch of loveliness. Read the story . . .
Zig zag through lush native bush on New Zealand's only narrow-gauge railway. Read the story . . .
Celebrate Modernist filmmaker, sculptor, painter and poet Len Lye in this striking single-artist gallery in New Plymouth's art and cultural precinct. Read the story . . .
Tip your hat to architect Herbert Hall of Tīmaru who harnessed the iconic, neo-Georgian style and grandeur of European mountain chateaus at the foot of Ruapehu. Read the story . . .