Punting on the Avon

Punting on the Avon Welcome aboard Punting on the Avon! Sit back and relax as your authentic Edwardian punter gently takes you down the Avon . . . More . . . 

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Farewell Spit Tours

Farewell Spit is a remote 35km stretch of sand at the northwestern tip of New Zealand's South Island. A nature reserve and world-renowned bird sanctuary. . . . More . . . 

Thrill Zone

Take a journey to the edge of reality when you visit New Zealand's most thrilling 12D motion theatre right here in Queenstown! Stimulate your senses . . . More . . . 

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Events and festivals

Homegrown: serving up local musical treats for a decade

You’ve wandered among the wildlife at Zealandia, you’ve soaked up the citylife along the waterfront, observed bustling bureaucracy at the Beehive: now, you are ready to rock! Read the story . . . 

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Family fun

World Buskers Festival: taking back the streets

This is a mixed-up mash-up of comedy, art, music and dance, with some heavyweight local and international performers. Read the story . . . 

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Activities

East Waikato: discovering Middle Earth

Driving down into the guts of The Mighty Waikato from the Kaimāī ranges you get a good look at the land as it flexes its muscles. Read the story . . . 

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Heritage and history

New Zealand on film: more than hobbits and snowy mountainscapes

Movies have put New Zealand on the map. But there's much more to New Zealand film than The Lord of the Rings... Read the story . . . 

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Activities

Wellington: culture, activities and the weather

From ballet to fashion to art to birds to parliament to gardens – Wellington's got it all (just try to get it on a good day). Read the story . . . 

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Activities

Central Auckland: bustling, beautiful, always beguiling

Auckland. Our diverse and buzzing supercity attracts lovers of good food, good beaches and hearty adventures in the great outdoors. Read the story . . . 

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Activities

Auckland Sky Tower

Opening in 1997, the Sky Tower was, at 326 metres, the tallest building in the southern hemisphere. It’s still the twelfth tallest tower in the world. Read the story . . . 

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Entertainment

New Zealand theatre

What if you’re in one of our main cities – it’s evening and it’s raining? Why not go to the theatre! Read the story . . . 

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