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New Zealand information

New Zealand is a temperate to sub-tropical island nation in the South Pacific Ocean.

A former British colony, the majority of the population is of European descent, with a sizeable indigenous Maori minority and smaller minorities of various Polynesian and other groups.

A modern but sparsely populated country, it boasts natural beauty and a wide range of outdoor and adventure activities.

New Zealand consists of two main islands and a number of smaller ones.

  • North Island – Warm, with scenery ranging from sandy beaches, through rolling farmland and forests to active volcanic peaks.
  • South Island – Spectacular mountains and fjords, large beech forests, beautiful beaches.
  • Stewart Island – heavily forested, a wilderness paradise for trampers with wonderful bird song. Only place to a see a sun-bathing (feathered) kiwi on Masons Beach!
  • Chatham Islands
  • Sub-Antarctic Islands – Very difficult to get to unless you're on a scientific expedition or deep sea fishing vessel


It's the country that's magnificent in New Zealand and we only list some of the most prominent. Here they are from north to south:

North Island:

  • Auckland — "The City of Sails." The largest and most populated city, with over a million in the metropolitan area, making it the largest city in Polynesia by far.
  • Gisborne — the easternmost town, Gisborne sees each day's light first in the world.
  • Tauranga - Known for its great weather, sun and beach Tauranga is a great holiday spot.
  • Rotorua — Famous for Maori culture, geysers, hot pools and that funny (Sulphur Dioxide) rotten egg smell.
  • Wellington — the national capital — Parliament and the Beehive and the wonderful, free Te Papa museum. "The Windy City".

South Island:

  • Nelson — Safe and friendly, with New Zealand's highest sunshine hours. Nelson is the geographic centre of the country and surrounded by THREE stunning national parks, vineyards and orchards
  • Christchurch — The Garden City and the Air Gateway to Antarctica.
  • Queenstown — Adrenalin and adventure capital of the world… skydive, bungee-jump, jet-boat, thrill yourself to your hearts content.
  • Dunedin — the Edinburgh of the South. Proud of its Scots heritage, chocolate factory, Southern Albatross colony and its wonderful tramping tracks within a short drive from the CDB.
  • Invercargill — the southernmost city and one of the very few places to see a living Tuatara.


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