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Free & Low Cost Activities

New Zealand’s spectacular landscapes, clean environment and easy-going lifestyle, make it one of the world’s most desirable holiday destinations. The country is renowned for its ‘extreme’ adventures in dramatic settings such as mountains, glaciers, volcanoes, fiords, caves and raging rivers.

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Napier

Napier and its pleasant sister city, Hastings make up one of New Zealand’s most attractive regional centres. They serve an area of vividly green rolling hills, alive with sheep and river flats enriched with orchards, market gardens, vineyards and olive groves

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New Plymouth

This friendly west coast city is the gateway to a prime dairying region that has a most spectacular backdrop, Mt Taranaki (also known as Mt Egmont). New Plymouth is not only rich in farming and alpine scenery but also in arts and crafts, parks and gardens.

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Blenheim

Blenheim has just about everything a visitor could wish for - access to a wine trail of 70 vineyards, crystal clear fishing streams, high mountain peaks and native beech forests as well as secluded bush-fringed bays in the stunning Marlborough Sounds.

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Taupo

New Zealand’s largest lake is an immense volcanic crater fed by many sparkling rivers brimming with trout. It is one of the best rainbow and brown trout fisheries in the world. Lake Taupo is dominated by the active volcanoes of Tongariro National Park.

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Nelson

Nelson occupies an extraordinary corner of the South Island, bounded by golden sand beaches and the northernmost slopes of the Southern Alps. The region is richly endowed with scenery, tranquil waters, rich pastures, orchards, vineyards and clay quarries.

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Christchurch

Our largest South Island centre has won international aclaim as the ‘Garden City’ and the ‘Most English City in New Zealand’. Christchurch is a very charming and graceful city that values its heritage, culture, arts and environment.

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Greymouth

The wild and wonderful West Coast of the South Island is a narrow strip of primeval forest between the Southern Alps and the Tasman Sea. Greymouth township is the ‘Heart of the Coast’, served by an airport, regular coach links with Christchurch.

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Queenstown

This self-styled ‘Adventure Capital of the World’ nestles in the midst of an alpine world that is both visually stunning and physically exhilarating. Queenstown is the destination of choice for the thrill seekers of the world.

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Fox Glacier

Glacier Country is a very special part of New Zealand that has World Heritage Area status. Fox Glacier and Franz Josef Glacier are two charming villages (24 km apart) set amongst some of New Zealand's most spectacular scenery.

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Wanaka

Lake Wanaka is an inspiring place of beauty and tranquillity in the midst of a distinctive glacier-shaped landscape. The peaceful town of Wanaka on its southern shoreline generates a huge amount of energy on the ski slopes.

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Tauranga

This bustling lifestyle city sits alongside its twin sister, Mount Maunganui in nature’s unspoiled Bay of Plenty - ‘The Coast with the Most’. The Bay was well named by Captain Cook for its fertile land and friendly inhabitants and these attributes are still evident today.

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