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Dining or drinking out in Queenstown, you'll be spoiled for choice with a fantastic mix of modern Pacific cuisine, seafood and local delicacies in sumptuous waterside settings. The adrenaline keeps ...
Written by Emma, Australia, March 2012
From Hawke’s Bay in the North Island to Marlborough in the South Island , you can taste your way through three of New Zealand’s most significant wine regions and take in some of the country’s ...
Written by Kyle, USA, May 2012
There is a certain buzz surrounding ski towns where the first snows of
the year begin to fall, and what better way to harness this excitement
than with a ten-day, city-wide festival dedicated to ...
Written by Kyle, USA, January 2013
Similar in scope to the Whitianga Scallop Festival ,
the Auckland Seafood Festival was started in 2006 as means of
celebrating the abundant seafood culture so prevalent in this South
Written by Emma, Australia, January 2012
The Britomart heritage area in downtown Auckland has had fresh life breathed into it in recent years and now features some of Auckland’s coolest retail outlets, cafes and urban spaces. Editor’s ...
Held each November during the crisp months of spring, the New Zealand Cup and Show Week in Christchurch
is a formal fusion of horse-racing, fashion, agriculture and music.
Held at the ...
Written by Emma, Australia, February 2012
The region that brought you one of the world’s best-loved Sauvignon Blancs is celebrating its wine and local produce at The Marlborough Wine and Food Festival on February 11, 2012. Editor’s ...
Written by Emma, Australia, October 2011
New Zealand ’s fashion capital caters to shoppers of every budget. The key is knowing where to look! Here’s our quick guide to shopping in Auckland . Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken ...
Just because the Wairarapa region only produces 1% of New Zealand ’s
wine harvest doesn’t mean it can’t throw one of the country’s largest
festivals. Held on the third Sunday of November ...
Written by Kyle, USA, August 2012
Anyone who knows about New Zealand wines knows that the South Island
is famous for its Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. This classic grape of
New Zealand’s South Island is used in wine which most ...
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