New Zealand Tourist Attractions

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New Zealand offers a host of attractions, from sophisticated museums, galleries and sightseeing attractions, to urban adventures, harbour cruises, scenic offshore islands and wineries. There are plenty of family attractions to keep you busy. Join a guided tour of the Waitomo Glowworm Caves, watch the sharks being fed at Kelly Tarltons, get up close to the animals at Auckland Zoo, enjoy the latest amusement rides at Rainbows end or...

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Milford Sound – one of the most beautiful places on earth

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Milford sound is Awesome, the mountains tower to 6,000 feet and the water looks still and deep. The main spot is Mitre Peak at 6,024 feet. You can take a boat trip down the sound to the Tasman Sea surrounded by the towering peaks of the majestic Fiordland National Park. This has to be one of the highlights of this fantastic experience and a great way to discover the many sights on offer. Milford Sound is the Jewel of the Fiordland of...

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Tauranga

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Tauranga is located on the North Island of New Zealand and is the biggest City in the western Bay of Plenty region. Tauranga is a coastal city, 205 km south-east of Auckland. Tauranga lies around a section of the wide Tauranga Harbour. The Harbour is protected from the Pacific Ocean by Matakana Island, an island that is long and flat, 20 kilometres in length. The population of Tauranga is rapidly growing. It’s gentle climate and...

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Top city to visit in New Zealand

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Here is a list of the most popular cities in New Zealand from Auckland, New Zealand’s biggest City to Whangarei, the northernmost city in New Zealand. We have provided information about the city each with its own video clip to help you understand the destination better and help you plan your next trip in New Zealand. Auckland Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city and also the economic central; it’s referred to as the City of Sails...

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Whangarei

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Whangarei is the northernmost city in New Zealand, a two hour drive from Auckland. The city lies between forested hills and a stunning harbour. The most famous attractions is the Whangarei Falls – New Zealand’s most photographed waterfalls and Kauri Park – where the most famous giant kauri trees stand (500 years old). Other activities include Clapman’s Clock museum at Whangarei Quayside and Whangarei museum, Clarke Homestead and...

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Ashburton

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Ashburton straddles the River Ashburn, four miles before joining the River Dart. It is the main town in the farming district of mid-Canterbury. The town was named after Lord Ashburton, a member of the Canterbury Association, which settled the region in the 1850s. Even though in the beginning dry and covered with thick clumps of grass, applying water to the land areas has allowed agriculture to grow. The town of Ashburton is known for...

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New Zealand Ski Report

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New Zealand snow reports and local ski conditions can be viewed by visiting http://www.snowreports.co.nz. Information is updated daily throughout the ski season. Popular New Zealand’s skiing areas are Mt Ruapehu – New Zealand’s largest skiing area, Queenstown which is famous for its two ski resorts, the Coronet Peak and the Remarkables and Wanaka regions – New Zealand’s favourite destination for Skiing and...

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Arrowtown

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Arrowtown is the eye-catching southern lakes district of New Zealand. It is world famous for its stunning scenery, historic settlements and outdoor venture. Nestled on the banks of the arrow river in the central Otago area, a 20 minute drive from Queenstown, Arrowtown is the most picturesque and best preserved gold-mining town in the region. Born out of the gold rush days of the 1860s Arrowtown remains a historic town that lives on...

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Video: Manukau City

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On the North Island adjacent to Auckland is Manukau City, the heartland of manufacturing in New Zealand and the perfect place to locate your business. Manukau’s City is a great place to live, learn and do business. Manukau has a clean healthy environment, comfortable climate, affordable housing and reputation for safety and stability, New Zealand consistently rates among the best places to live. Manukau City is young and vibrant...

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Video: North Shore City

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Nestled on the Shores of the Waitamata harbour and the Auckland region of New Zealand is North Shore City. The lifestyle city just 10 minutes from downtown Auckland, via the Harbour Bridge or by ferry, North Shore City is a great place to live, work and play and offers a relaxed lifestyle, harbour views and sandy beaches. The natural advantages of a warm climate, beautiful beaches and spectacular scenery contribute to the popularity...

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Video: Auckland City and Hauraki Gulf

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The heart of Auckland’s Central Business District is based around Queen Street and the neighbouring streets. You’ll find stylish boutiques, cafes, art galleries and the noticeable Sky Tower – the tallest building in the Southern hemisphere. On Quay Street, you will see ferries departing for Devonport and the Hauraki Gulf...

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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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Video: Dunedin New Zealand

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Dunedin is New Zealand’s best kept secret and there are so many things to do. Dunedin is regarded as the best conserved Victorian and Edwardian heritage city in New Zealand. It is also home to some of New Zealand’s top fashion designers and lively cafes and bars. There are also a number of boutique studios that sell fine collections of modern-day New Zealand jewellery, gifts and souvenirs, in a variety of materials...

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Video: Helicopter tour Auckland City

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The following video is a Helicopter tour over Auckland City, if you like engine start up noise than this will appeal to you. The video shows the Harbour bridge and you will see why Auckland is known as the City of Sails. There is also a magnificant view of Rangitoto and the city...

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