New Zealand is a land of diverse regions with distinct landscapes and stories.

  • Bay of Islands & Northland

    Bay of Islands and Northland, in New Zealand's sub-tropical far north, is the birthplace of the nation and a region rich in history and culture.

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  • Hamilton - Waikato

    Hamilton Waikato is a fertile region of gentle plains, pastoral scenes and rolling hills that conceal vast underground networks of spectacular limestone caves.

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  • Ruapehu

    Ruapehu is the home of Tongariro National Park - a dual World Heritage area with year-round outdoor experiences in an outstanding volcanic environment.

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  • Wellington

    Wellington – New Zealand’s capital – is a lively city, proud of its arts and culture, café scene, and a dramatic harbour setting.

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  • Dunedin

    Dunedin has a rich Scottish heritage, historic architecture, and New Zealand’s oldest university, and populations of curious wildlife that inhabit the Otago Peninsula.

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  • Queenstown

    Queenstown – on the shores of pristine Lake Wakatipu and surrounded by mountains – is a year-round resort, renowned for adrenalin thrills, spectacular scenery and luxury style.

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