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You find yourself in a wonderland of pristine whiteness - ice pinnacles, blue crevasses, deep caves and towering seracs. The glorious crispness and purity of this jumbled icefall is truly astounding.
This guide to National Parks compiled by New Zealand’s Information Network as a means of introducing you to our top natural attractions. We will provide an overview of the character, striking features and wildlife of each park, and will outline the major walking and tramping tracks.
New Zealand’s most popular tramping/trekking tracks and a river journey are collectively known as the Great Walks. This guide has been compiled by the New Zealand Information Network to introduce you to these crown jewels of our tramping track network.
Our range of South Island travel itineraries cover a diverse range of touring options, each includes information regarding travel distances and time to ensure that you can make the best of your time in New Zealand, no longer how short your visit!
To make it easy to plan your motoring holiday, we've catalogued nearly every possible driving route in the country. You can plan your route based on how long you'll be travelling and where you want to go.
At New Zealand's Information Network we believe that you haven't experienced “getting away from it all” until you've been on a cruise. A cruise isn't just about the things that do exist - exciting destinations, amazing food, world class entertainment.
Napier and neighbouring towns were devastated by a major earthquake and fire in 1931 resulting in frantic reconstruction of the city in a period regarded as the peak of the Art Deco era.
Fox Glacier lies on the West Coast of the South Island. It is one of the most impressive scenic attractions in New Zealand. It is known for it's huge virgin forrests, beautiful expansive lakes, rugged sea coast, ice glaciers tumbling down steep valleys to almost sea level and unspoilt beauty.
Located in South Canterbury, the town of Ashburton is the gateway to some of the most breath-taking scenery, attractions and activities to be found in this South Island district. Ashburton is the perfect base for your outdoor holiday adventure due to its close proximity to Lake Hood, Methven, Mt Hutt, Mt Somers and Rakaia.
Arrowtown is unique as a perfectly preserved, picture perfect, gold rush village, that just gets better with age. The town is a little golden nugget - born of gold and still maintaining its original character. You can easily visualise the pioneer diggers swaggering down the street.
Located in the heart of the stunning Otago region, the city of Dunedin attracts Kiwi and international tourists, students, tour groups and corporate visitors in large numbers each year - all keen to sample the unique lifestyle that is Dunedin city.
Welcome to New Zealand, a magical world where a clean, green, pristine landscape provides the setting for an amazing variety of outdoor activities. This small country has a big reputation as nature’s theme park in the South Pacific.
New Zealand is a freshwater angler’s dream location. Our trout and salmon fisheries are rated among the best in the world. Every year thousands of Kiwis and overseas visitors experience the wonderful angling opportunities afforded by our pristine lakes, rivers and streams.
Do you enjoy the thrill of the chase - the excitement of stalking big game animals? New Zealand is renowned as a hunter’s paradise where some of the best prize trophies in the world can be taken.
New Zealand's Information Network has provided this summary of the main wine growing regions and local vineyard trails as a guide for the visiting wine enthusiast. For a small country on the Pacific Rim, New Zealand is having a remarkable impact on the world wine scene. Missionaries planted our first vines as early as 1819, but only in the last two decades have we seen this country
New Zealand is a golfer’s paradise with over 400 public and private golf courses, including many championship and resort courses that are on par with the world’s best. The New Zealand Information Network has compiled this summary to assist visitors in planning their golfing holiday itinerary.
Welcome to the wild and wonderful West Coast of the South Island. The New Zealand Information Network has highlighted a number of ‘must see’ attractions to assist you in planning a great holiday in this fascinating part of the country.
New Zealand’s clear blue skies, lofty mountains and dazzling snow slopes guarantee its popularity as a skiing and snowboarding destination. The New Zealand Information Network has compiled this guide to New Zealand ski fields and heli-ski areas, to enable visitors to plan their winter travel itineraries.
New Zealand's Information Network has compiled four sample itineraries to assist you with your travel plans. These itineraries will normally take between 5 - 10 days to complete.
Imagine a modern, cosmopolitan city of one million people sprawling over an area twice the size of London. Imagine that this city has a sunny climate with average temperatures of 20°C in summer, 13°C in winter and a moderate 1.2 metre annual rainfall.
Welcome to the world’s great outdoor adventure playground, New Zealand - otherwise known as ‘Bungyland’. The New Zealand's Information Network has prepared this guide for travellers and adventure seekers to help in locating our awesome bungy jump sites.
New Zealand might be a small country but it has developed a big name as a popular international tourist destination. With good driving roads, top tourist spots easily accessible and an ever-changing display of breath-taking scenery.
German explorer, Julius von Haast, named Franz Josef glacier in 1865 after the Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I.
Franz Josef and South Westland has a long and colour history, in fact Abel Tasman and James Cook saw the mountains of the region from their ships!
The Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers of New Zealand's Westland National Park are remembered by visitors for the extraordinary sights of glacier ice within the forest zone.
The South West New Zealand World Heritage Area is home to the majestic glaciers, Franz Josef Glacier and Fox Glacier.
Cut loose in a canoe or ‘boot it’ deep into the interior of the largest tract of primeval lowland forest in the North Island.
Tread a path through the restless, contorted, moonscape terrain of New Zealand’s most spectacular volcanic parkland.
You are invited to visit New Zealand’s southernmost sanctuary and newest national park. It occupies the greater part of our third largest island.
Welcome to the timeless, mist-shrouded valleys of the Whirinaki, Whakatane, Waimana and the jewel-like Lake Waikaremoana.
Witness the weird water-sculptured wonders of ‘Limestone Country’ on the wild West Coast of New Zealand.
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