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Waitangi has a perfect mix of experiences – you can drown yourself in the historical aspects, and you can wow yourself with the amazing view. 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 . . .
Embrace nineteenth-century New Zealand and discover the place where Māori and Europeans first lived side by side. Read the story . . .
Discover the largest concentration of sun-drenched charm and art deco in the southern hemisphere. Read the story . . .
Reach the enigmatic Bridge to Nowhere by walking or biking the Kaiwhakauka Track or navigating the Whanganui River to the Mangapūrua Landing and taking a gentle 40-minute walk through beautiful native bush. Read the story . . .
Get to the nub of it at all and join a free guided tour into the heart of New Zealand’s government at the Beehive in the parliamentary precinct. Read the story . . .
Visit this iconic church set above the shoreline and stunning views of Lake Tekapō. Read the story . . .
This is the place where sheltered harbour, French heritage, colonial architecture and a passion for fine food fuse perfectly together. Read the story . . .