Things to do in Wellington

Wellington is the world’s southernmost capital city. Its thriving arts and business scene has led to it having quite a young population (over half of inner Wellington is between 18-49 years, notes Wel...

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The Ultimate Guide to Skiing in Queenstown

Queenstown has become synonymous with adventure sports among tourists the world over. It’s also unofficially known as the skiing and snowboarding capital of New Zealand, thanks to its close proximity ...

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Cheap Eats in Auckland

Has it been a little while since your last payday? Or perhaps you’re away on holiday and looking to budget your travel funds? Either way, there are plenty of cheap eat options in Auckland that still d...

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Auckland Shopping Hot Spots

Beyond offering a diverse and vibrant natural countryside, New Zealand is also blessed with many bustling city centres and a thriving shopping scene. Head to the heart of the country’s biggest city, A...

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New Zealand’s Big Things Road Trip Checklist

With a landmass of around 270,500 square-kilometres split between its two major sections (aptly named the North and South Islands) it is about the size of the UK, but with only 4.5 million people the ...

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Things to do in Queenstown

As the ‘adventure capital of New Zealand’, you’ll probably never run out of things to do in Queenstown. This is especially true if you have access to a local unlimited-kilometres rental car, as you c...

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Best Walking & Hiking Trails in Auckland

The locals of Auckland are lucky to enjoy a truly diverse and stunning natural landscape right on their doorstep. Hidden within this sprawling paradise are numerous hiking trails if you know where to ...

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A quick guide to: Auckland

Kia ora!

If you’re planning a sightseeing holiday to Auckland, you’ve made a fantastic decision. This is the largest city in New Zealand, with a population of 1.4 million people (about a third of all...

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