Rhythm and Beats New Years Eve Festivity

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 … Read moreRhythm and Beats New Years Eve Festivity

Hawke’s Bay and Wairarapa – The Wineries

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 … Read moreHawke’s Bay and Wairarapa – The Wineries

Ski New Zealand’s Largest skiing area – Mt Ruapehu

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 … Read moreSki New Zealand’s Largest skiing area – Mt Ruapehu

Golden Oldies World Rugby Festival

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 … Read moreGolden Oldies World Rugby Festival

Montana World of WearableArt Awards Show

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 … Read moreMontana World of WearableArt Awards Show

Taranaki Region

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 … Read moreTaranaki Region

Frequently Asked Questions

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 … Read moreFrequently Asked Questions