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Queenstown

 
Queenstown Queenstown is a resort town in Otago in the south-west of New Zealand's South Island. This place is built around the inlet called Queenstown Bay in Lake Wakatipu, a long thin-Z-shaped lake formed by glacial processes, and has spectacular views of nearby mountains. It is one of the most beautiful regions and offers year round attractions. The town sits on the edge of Lake Wakatipu and is surrounded by the Southern Alps. The most remarkable sight is the Remarkables, which is a saw-toothed range of mountains on the opposite side of the lake from the town. Queens town is widely used most of the tourists to jump bungy jump sites and many other outdoor activities like whitewater rafting and the Shotover jet. Queenstown boas...
 

Westland Tai Poutini National Park

 
Westland Tai Poutini National Park Westland Tai Poutini National Park (established 1960) extends from the highest peaks of the Southern Alps/Kā Tiritiri o te Moana, to the rugged and remote beaches of the wild West Coast. It is an area of magnificent primeval vistas – snow-capped mountains, glaciers, forests, tussock grasslands, lakes, rivers, wetlands and beaches. Westland Tai Poutini National Park (131,600 hectares) is situated about half way down the South Island on its West Coast. This world-class scenic landscape forms part of Te Wāhipounamu South-West New Zealand World Heritage Area and is a treasure trove of amazing geology, rare flora and fauna and wonderful history. Included in the park are glaciers, scenic lakes and dense temperate r...
 

Abel Tasman National Park

 
Abel Tasman National Park Located on the northern tip of the country’s South Island, this vast national park is a hiker’s dream. Closed to vehicles, one must enter by boat, foot or small plane, but the trip is well worth it. While traversing the mountainous terrain, blue penguins, wekas, oyster catchers, wood pigeons and other rare birds can all be seen. The park was founded in 1942, largely through the efforts of ornithologist and author Perrine Moncrieff to have land reserved for the purpose. It is named after Abel Tasman, who in 1642 became the first European explorer to sight New Zealand.The Abel Tasman Coast Track is a popular tramping track which follows the coastline; while an inland route, the Abel Tasman Inland Track, is less fre...
 

Wanganui

 
Wanganui Wanganui is an urban area and district on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand. It is part of the Manawatu-Wanganui region. Wanganui is one of the major holiday destinations in New Zealand. Wanganui is regarded as the urban area which is in the western coast of North Island. It was in the year 1989 that the district came to be regarded as a city. Wanganui is situated on the South Taranaki Bight. The Wanganui is at a distance of 200 Kilometers from the northern part of Wellington. The Wanganui in New Zealand is at a distance of 75 Kilometers from the north western part of Palmerston North. The city is administered by the Wanganui District Council and the present mayor of the Wanganui is Michael Laws. T...
 

Whangarei

 
Whangarei Whangarei is located in the northeastern region of the city of New Zealand. Whangarei is also regarded as the capital of the Northland Region. The city is under the control of the Whangarei District Control. It was in the year 1989 that the city and the surroundings came under the control of the local body. The districts of Whangarei in New Zealand are Tikipunga, Kamo, Hikurangi, Otangarei and Whau Valley. The beach that beautifies the region is Ngunguru. The Whangarei district stretches up to the southern part of Bream Bay. It stretches up to the northern part towards the Cape Brett peninsula and in the western part towards the Waipoua Forest. The Whangarei also incorporates the Hen and Chicken Islands as well as...
 

Marlborough, NZ

 
Marlborough, NZ Marlborough is a major wine growing region of New Zealand. Located in the northeast corner of the South Island, it is sheltered from the prevailing winds and has a warm dry climate. ==== MARLBOROUGH - ATTRACTION The inter-island ferry goes between Wellington to Picton 5 or 6 times a day operated by two companies (Bluebird and Inter-Islander) through Marlborough, where sometimes whales and dolphins can be seen in the sound especially in summer. ...
 

West Coast New Zealand

 
West Coast New Zealand The West Coast is only the West Coast of the South Island, not New Zealand. The Maori first came here for Greenstone, then the Pakeha for gold, then coal, then they cut down trees to farm the land. But there was still plenty left over to see.... Glaciers, Native Forests, High Mountains, Lakes and Rivers and, of course, rain. The southern part of the coast is often referred to as Westland. Westland is a narrow ribbon of land where the mountains of the Southern Alps rise out of the Tasman Sea. The steep mountains force the warm moist winds from the sea to rise, cool and drop their rain on this land. As a consequence the countryside is full of rainforests, lakes, rivers and the occasional swamp. ==== WEST COAST NE...
 

Northland

 
Northland Northland is the northern part of the North Island, north of Auckland. Giant kauri trees, stunning coaslines, top diving spots and history make up northland. Northland's coastline embraces the rugged west coast (Tasman Sea with Australia on the other side) towering sand dunes, isolated beaches and beach roads like Ninety Mile Beach. The calmer seat coast (Pacific Ocean) whales, dolphins, fish thrive. Also on this coast are great dive sposts, including the Rainbow Warrior. Places in Northland include: Whangarei - largest city in the region Mangawhai heads - a beach near Mangawhai - a tiny town in south Northland Kaitaia- in the Far North Bay of islands including Kerikeri and Romantic Russel...
 

New Plymouth

 
New Plymouth New Plymouth is considered to be the prime city of Taranaki. It is situated in the western part of North Island. The idyllic location of the coastal city draws the tourists. Travel and Tourism in New Plymouth has contributed a lot to the revenue of the city. It is the financial hub of the New Zealand since there is the non-government bank which is owned by New Zealand. The sports enthusiast can indulge themselves into ski, snowboard and water ski. The province of New Plymouth was created by the New Zealand Constitution Act 1852. After 5 years the province was named as Taranaki. It was in the year 1863 that the Town Board was established. Later the town was constituted as the borough. A number of hotels in New...
 

Otago

 
Otago Otago is one of the origin provinces of New Zealand. It's largest city is Dunedin, a city founded by Scots and named after Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. Scottish place names abound thoughout the region. Gold was found in central Otago in the 1860's. This lead to a rapid development of one of the most scenic regions of New Zealand. But when the gold ran out the miners left a countryside steeped in history. For almost a century it lay waiting rediscovery by the tourist industry. Today, centred on Queenstown, tourism is the new gold. Southland is the southern part of the South Island that has fiords, mountains, lakes, plains, rolling hills, rare birds that were believed extinct, a high rainfall on one side ...
 

 

 

 

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