New Zealand Ski Resorts Comparison
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New Zealand Ski Resorts Comparison

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The table below provides you with a comparison of all the ski resorts in New Zealand. Using the information provided you can compare New Zealand ski resorts based on key attributes such as ski resort Terrain, Number of Lifts, Prices and facilities provided. You can click on a New Zealand ski resort in the table to find out more about the ski resort. Ski Resort Terrain Number of Lifts Prices Facilities North Island – Manganui Ski...

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Top 11 things to do in Waikato

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Waikato has many exciting towns and attractions to explore. Annual events in the region include The National Agricultural Field days in June and the Hot-Air Balloon in April. Here is a list of the top 11 things to do in Waikato. Cambridge Cambridge is a Historic attractive tree lined town located in the heart of the Waikato Region in New Zealand’s North Island. The Waikato region stretches from the pacific oceans of the Tasman Sea and...

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Waikato University

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The university has a total of 25,000 students. Waikato University is one of New Zealand’s most modern and original universities, situated in the stunning river city of Hamilton in the Waikato region, on the North Island of New Zealand. Waikato University is young, vibrant growing university in a college town and in a country that is so beautiful, welcoming and safe. If English is not your first language then there are classes at...

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Cambridge – an historic attractive tree lined town

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Cambridge is a Historic attractive tree lined town located in the heart of the Waikato Region in New Zealand’s North Island. The Waikato region stretches from the pacific oceans of the Tasman Sea and is home to some of New Zealand’s most charming attractions and stunning scenery. Begin your journey of discovery in Cambridge at the information centre. Explore the impressive Waikato River that runs through the heart of Cambridge. The...

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Manganui Ski Area – Stratford Mountain Club

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Ski Resort Manganui Ski Area is situated on Mount Taranaki in the western North Island, 4.5hrs drive from Auckland.  It is the only ski field on Taranaki and is a welcoming club field run by Stratford Mountain Club.   Facilities offered here include two natural half pipes, gentle slope for beginners, intermediate slopes and great terrain for advanced skiers and snowboarders. There are a total of three lifts on the mountain, these are...

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Zion Park

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On The North Island of New Zealand is a unique sanctuary home to some on the most endangered big cats on the planet. It is called Zion Wildlife gardens and is situated near Whangarei. Zion Park is the biggest endangered cat sanctuary in Australasia and people come from all over the world to see these animals that no longer exist in the wild. Behind it all is the lionman Craig Busch. Zion provides a backdrop for a unique television...

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Video: Auckland at a Glance

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Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city and also the economic central; it’s referred to as the City of Sails and has many water activities to do such as sailing, fishing and Kayaking. Auckland is surrounded by amazing islands and sandy beaches. One of the major attractions is the Sky Tower which dominates the Auckland Skyline. From the top of the Sky Tower you can get amazing 360 degree views of the City. Auckland offers a happy...

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February 2009 Food and Wine Festival

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Date: 21th and 22th February 2009 Venue: Devonport, North Shore The North Island New Zealand Food and Wine Festival will take place on 21th and 22th February 2009 at Devonport, North Shore. The festivals will have two days of great performances and more than 30 food and wine stalls. Many Hands will kick of the weekend with an electric mix of pacific drums and bagpipes, along with other instruments. Spacifix is one of the bands...

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Hawke’s Bay and Wairarapa – The Wineries

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The Traditional New Zealand Wine Trail The New Zealand wine trail is a self drive touring route of about 350 kms that covers stunning and undiscovered parts of the North Island of New Zealand. You will find some of New Zealand’s best expertise in wine, accommodation and food here. If your a wine enthusiast then you’ll be glad to hear about the vineyard tour where you can see and do plenty including vineyard dining. Craggy...

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Gisborne and the Eastland Region

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The First city to see the sunrise Gisborne is the first city in the world to see the sun each day, is located on the East Coast of the North Island where it?s always sunny. The Eastland Region offers superb secluded coasts, crystal-clear rivers, legendary surfing and diving, some of the best trout fishing and sea fishing in the world. Gisborne Coast Facts Population Gisbourne City 30,000 (the district is 45,000) Opotiki 5,000 Wairoa...

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