The number of 'freedom campers' in New Zealand is rising, with the number of international visitors who explore the country this way almost tripling since 2013.
Heli-skiing and heli-boarding are New Zealand's ultimate adrenalin-rush in the mountains. The Southern Alps offers countless virgin snow slopes and glaciers, which can only be accessed by helicopter or ski plane. Gliding effortlessly down untouched powder slopes.
Take off on a swinging ‘surfari’ Downunder, and discover New Zealand - one of the world’s exciting surfing destinations. The New Zealand Information Network has compiled this guide to New Zealand’s best surf breaks to help you enjoy our surfing playground to the max.
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.
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 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
The lovely lakes of the Hurunui District are a perfect hideaway for rest, relaxation and easy-going adventure. Spectacular lakes nestle in a high country basin. Here you can indulge yourself in some pleasant activities like walking, bird watching, photography, fishing or hunting. Satisfy your thirst for life is what the Hurunui District promotions say.