Turoa Ski Area – Mt Ruapehu

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Ski Resort Mt Ruapehu is New Zealand’s largest skiing area, fours hours drive from either Auckland or Wellington. It is located inside Tongariro National Park, a dual world heritage site. Mt Ruapehu has two of the largest Ski Areas, Turoa and Whakapapa as well as the highest lift access and the longest vertical drop in Australasia. Turoa is the highest ski area in New Zealand. There are a total of ten lifts on the mountain giving...

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Ace Rental Review

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Ace Rentals Premium Tourist class cars are late model Toyota Camrys or similar. They can seat up to 5 people plus luggage and come with Radio/Stereo and air-conditioning. As part of any standard Ace Rental car booking you will receive insurance, unlimited kilometres, GST and 24 hour roadside assistance. The excess on the insurance is $1000 for accidents involving other vehicles and $2500 for single vehicle incidents. You can view...

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Budget Car Rental Review

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Budget Car Rental offers value for money rental cars from compact cars, to large cars, trucks and 4WDs. If you are travelling with children and you require a car or booster seat then these can be purchased after confirmation for $35.00 per rental plus GST. Research shows that for a 15 day return to Auckland the cheapest Rental vehicle would cost you NZ$564.18 in winter and NZ$1,173.10 in summer which is quite expensive compared to...

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Avis Car Rental Review

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Avis is the top rental car company in New Zealand and offers a wide range of modern vehicles in the fleet, from economical sub-compacts, to spacious sedans, wagons, 4WD Vehicles and passenger vans with unlimited kilometres. Our research shows that for a 15 day return to Auckland the cheapest Rental vehicle would cost you NZ$585.01 in winter and NZ$1,185.01 in summer which is quite expensive compared to other rentals like Jucy and Ace,...

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Video: Tour of Te Papa Museum in Wellington

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Te Papa is one of the top tourist attractions in New Zealand, situated in Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand.  It is the National Museum of New Zealand and a place with so many extraordinary exhibits and amazing things to learn about, plus many interactive things to get your hands on such as the stone ball that weights over one ton and perfectly balanced so you can push it and it starts moving. They also have amazing animals...

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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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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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Top Christmas Events in Wellington

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Christmas at Capital E in Santa’s Workshop Date: 1 Dec 2008 – 24 Dec 2008 Time: Sunday 10- 4pm Venue: Capital E, Wellington Location: Downtown Wellington – Waterfront Physical address: Civic Square, Wellington Price: $4 per person Tel: +64 4 913 3740 Christmas is here and you won’t want to miss the Santa’s Workshop at Capital E. The event will begin on 1st December through till 24th December. Come along and join...

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NZI Sevens 2009

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6 – 7 February Venue: Westpac Stadium, Wellington New Zealand International Sevens will be featuring the world’s top seven-a-side rugby teams that will compete in Wellington at the Westpac Stadium over two action packed days. It is New Zealand’s biggest dress-up party, where the entertainment extends well beyond the field. For further information go to...

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Top 10 Holiday Parks in New Zealand

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In New Zealand you will find several RV/caravan parks in popular destinations throughout New Zealand such as Auckland, Queenstown, Christchurch and Wellington. TOP 10 is the primary New Zealand holiday parks and campsites company. They have in total 50 Holiday Parks in New Zealand, each offering a variety of inexpensive, self-catered accommodation and camping amenities, from holiday park motels and cabins to RV and caravan parks and...

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Rhythm and Beats New Years Eve Festivity

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Date: Sunday, 31 December 2006 Time: 8.30pm – 12.30am Venue: Civic Square – Wellington CBD, Wellington City, Wellington Address: Wakefield Street If your in Wellington this year then you might want to welcome in 2007 with the Rhythm and Beats festivities at Civic Square. The 2006 gig will attract over 8,000 people enjoying themselves, dancing and partying with a number of Wellington’s most lively bands, dance groups...

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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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Ski New Zealand’s Largest skiing area – Mt Ruapehu

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The Ruapehu District is a four hour drive from either Auckland or Wellington however, if you are travelling from the Waitomo Caves or Rotorua then it wont take you as long to reach. There is always plenty to do here including visiting Mount Doom where the famous Lord of the Rings was filmed but Ruapehu is most popular during the winter season for its largest developed ski area and its most famous volcano – Whakapapa. There are...

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Golden Oldies World Rugby Festival

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Oldies World Rugby Festival 2006 Air New Zealand Golden Oldies World Rugby Festival 2006 is hosted in wellington. This tournament is the biggest rugby festival in the world and is expected to attract over 200 rugby teams and 5,000 people from 20 countries. This festival will take place over seven days from 29 October to 5 November 2006 and will include a street parade, an opening ceremony, parties, and numerous rugby games played in...

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Montana World of WearableArt Awards Show

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Venue: TSB Bank Arena, Queens Wharf, Wellington. 24th September to 4th October 2009 Preferential ticket sales will open 1 February 2009 and general sales will open 16 March 2009. 2009 show dates are: 24, 25, 26, 27, 30 September & 1, 2, 3, 4 October 2009. This exciting and fulsome arts spectacular will catch your breath for certain with it’s energentic mixture of light, sound, movement and extravagant garments. The event...

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Tri Nations Rugby: All Blacks vs South Africa

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An International Sporting Event in the Wellington Region 22nd July 2006 Kick off 7.35pm The All Blacks will take on the Springboks in their second game of the Philips Tri Nations competition. The event will be held at Westpac Stadium, Downtown Wellington.

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Taranaki Region

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Stunning Scenery like no other All year round there is something to see and do. In the winter you can ski on Mt. Taranaki and in the summer a stroll along the beaches, streams and walking tracks are quite popular. The best months to visit Taranaki are from December through to January, February and into April. While the weather can change most days, over those months, the temperature tends to be enjoyably warm. This is a region full of...

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Table of Contents What is New Zealand?s smoking policy? What is a Kiwi? What is the capital of New Zealand? What rental car agencies operate in New Zealand? What is the voltage of electricity supply in New Zealand? Do I need to take a converter? What are the public holidays in New Zealand? What languages are spoken in New Zealand? Are there any dangerous animals in New Zealand? I heard the New Zealand sun is very harsh and you can get...

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