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If you’re looking for a destination central to many interesting locations but with a slightly rural atmosphere, Hamilton could be the place for you. Situated in the North Island, a two hour drive south of Auckland, Hamilton caters to the whole Waikato region.
The East Cape offers a slow, peaceful existence to those who reside there, and an equally relaxed, enchanting place for its visitors. With few harbours and a mountainous, wild bush interior, the Cape has been isolated for many years until the road network was completed.
If total isolation and total wilderness excites you, the Chatham Islands may just be the destination you have been searching for. Located east of the South Island, the ‘Chathams’, as they are affectionately known, is approximately a 1 hour flight from Wellington or Christchurch!
This laid-back sun-drenched eastern corner of the Bay of Plenty has golden sand beaches for those who want to laze and swim. It also has action aplenty for adrenalin-junkies and adventurers. This is a town that is small in numbers but big in attitude.
'The Mount' rises abruptly at the entrance to Tauranga Harbour. It is an extinct volcanic cone that towers over the idyllic Ocean Beach, a summer mecca for thousands of sun, sea, surf and sand worshippers.
Sun and fun aplenty, all year round, is the main feature of the beautiful Bay of Plenty. You will never be lost for things to do here.
What could be better than a long expanse of sun-baked golden sand, lapped by the gentle Pacific Ocean, less than 2 hour's drive from Auckland city?
Tauranga means 'safe anchorage' in Maori. The city nestles beside a sweeping harbour of great beauty, backed by the green verdure of the Kaimai Range.
When the famous 18th century navigator, Captain Cook, names a sweeping stretch of sand the Bay of Plenty, you know it must be well endowed with riches.
Pack a picnic lunch and head out to the most popular gorge in the North Island, half way between Paeroa and Waihi on SH.2.
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