New Zealand

New Zealand Attractions

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Carter Observatory

Everyone from classic rock stars to Polynesian explorers have waxed romantic about the Southern Cross constellation, and at the Carter Observatory above ...  Read more

Cashel Street (Re:Start Mall)

There was once a time when busy Cashel Street was the thumping heart of Christchurch. With the devastating destruction of the 2011 earthquake, however, the ...  Read more

City Gallery Wellington

Permanent and touring exhibitions of contemporary art are displayed at the City Gallery Wellington. Works by New Zealand artists are highlighted, along ...  Read more

Cornwall Park

Set adjacent to the park at One Tree Hill, Cornwall Park is a 296-acre green space that rises above the suburbs of Auckland. Strategically located between ...  Read more

Coronet Peak

Located only 25 minutes from the adventure capital of Queenstown, Coronet Peak is one of the most popular ski resorts on the entire South Island of New ...  Read more

Cuba Street District

Funky, chic and full of life, Wellington’s Cuba Street District is the de facto hot spot for curbside entertainment and people-watching. This pedestrian mall ...  Read more

Devonport

The delightful harborside village of Devonport is an excellent spot for whiling away a day in antique shops, sampling local fare in the many restaurants and ...  Read more

Doubtful Sound

Breathtaking Doubtful Sound is one of the most pristine wilderness areas in the world. A striking place of soaring peaks and still, calm waters it is ...  Read more

Dunedin

Known as the Edinburgh of the south, the charming city of Dunedin is a wonderful vacation spot for visitors of all interests. Known primarily for its ...  Read more

Dunedin Cruise Port

Dunedin Cruise Port Known as the architectural heritage capital of New Zealand, Dunedin was once the largest and wealthiest city in the country.  Sitting on ...  Read more

Franz Josef Glacier Hot Pools

The South Island of New Zealand is truly a land of enchanting fire and ice. Already known for the snowcapped Southern Alps and glaciers which lap their down ...  Read more

Fullers Ferries

Even though Auckland is the “City of Sails”, not every traveler has their own personal sailboat to ply the waters of the Hauraki Gulf. Luckily, the boats run ...  Read more

Glenfalloch Woodland Gardens

The Glenfalloch Woodland Gardens, established in 1871, has been named a Garden of National Significance by the New Zealand Garden Trust, and for good reason. ...  Read more

Government Gardens

The Government Gardens in central Rotorua are so bountiful that they could easily be mistaken for a piece of the old English countryside. If it weren’t for the ...  Read more

Great Barrier Island

An unspoiled island paradise 55 miles (90 kilometers) from Auckland, Great Barrier Island will transport you back to the early days of life in New Zealand.  ...  Read more

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