Marokopa Falls, New Zealand

Sometimes you come across something quite unexpected when travelling around New Zealand. On a sunny March weekend in summer 2021, we decided to visit a few of our local attractions in the Waikato region, mainly the Mangapohue Natural Bridge Walk located on the scenic drive from Waitomo Village to Marokopa. The Mangapohue Natural Bridge Walk… Continue reading Marokopa Falls, New Zealand

We are helping to save the Maui dolphins found only off the west coast of New Zealand’s north island

We are helping to save the Māui dolphins, found only off the west coast of New Zealand’s North Island. Richard Hayes Digital is proud to be playing a small part in helping protect them through WWF New Zealand, by donating every month. Video courtesy of WWF. They are unique to New Zealand and need our… Continue reading We are helping to save the Maui dolphins found only off the west coast of New Zealand’s north island

Waipapa Point, Southland

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… Continue reading Waipapa Point, Southland

Tiaki – Care for New Zealand

New Zealand is a special place, and everyone who lives and travels here has a responsibility to look after it. The Tiaki Promise is a commitment to care for New Zealand while travelling. View there full version of the video below. WHILE TRAVELLING IN NEW ZEALAND I WILL CARE FOR LAND, SEA AND NATURE, TREADING LIGHTLY AND LEAVING NO TRACE TRAVEL SAFELY, SHOWING CARE AND CONSIDERATION FOR ALL RESPECT CULTURE, TRAVELLING WITH AN OPENHEART AND MIND

Visit Auckland – Papatūānuku (our earth mother) is Breathing

Beautiful video from Visit Auckland with a poignant message for today’s times – Papatūānuku (our earth mother) is Breathing Sit at a distance, stand as one. When the time is right, we welcome you. But for now, listen. Papatūānuku (our earth mother) is breathing. All copyright notices can be found on YouTube.