New Zealand has just experienced its warmest winter on record, according to official NIWA climate data.
The Blue Spring at Te Waihou Walkway is internationally acclaimed with water so pure it supplies around 60% of New Zealand’s bottled water. The spring is fed from the Mamaku Plateau where the water takes up to 100 years to filter through; the resulting water is so pure and clean that it produces a beautiful
Acre Farm Not only do they want to provide a great place for their family to live, but they want to incorporate their thinking into several aspects that will make up ACRE Farm. They believe that not only by growing Lavender and a few other things… we will create a wonderful place, but that is
Built in 1878, this rail route between the Hutt Valley and Featherston is now a gently graded 18 km walk, run or mountain bike ride, with opportunities for camping, swimming and fishing. The rail trail is a gently graded 18 km walk or mountain bike ride. This makes it an ideal trip for families with
Waipapa Point is a rocky promontory on the south coast of Foveaux Strait, the South Island of New Zealand. It is located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) southeast of the mouth of the Mataura River, at the extreme southwestern end of the area known as the Catlins. The coastline of the Catlins is notoriously dangerous, and there have been many shipwrecks in the region. The most
New Zealand (Aotearoa) – Land of the long white cloud
New Zealand is an incredible country, everything from amazing natural wilderness to sophisticated and modern cities. Travel through our southern mountains and mist-cloaked fjords. Soak up the sun on our golden beaches. Travel New Zealand and experience our culture, we love being here, so will you.
Aotearoa (Māori: [aɔˈtɛaɾɔa]; commonly pronounced by English speakers as /ˌɑːoʊtiːəˈroʊə/) is the Māori name for New Zealand. It was originally used by the Māori people in reference to only the North Island but, since the late 19th century, the word has come to refer to the country as a whole.