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Features about people, places and experiences in Destination New Zealand.

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The Treaty of Waitangi

On 6 February 1840 the British Government signed the Treaty of Waitangi with a number of Māori chiefs at a Bay of Islands settlement called Waitangi.

Kaikoura, NZ: a community united in conservation

Kaikoura – a tiny seaside community on the eastern coast of New Zealand’s South island – leads the charge in community conservation / sustainable tourism for New Zealand.

Aro Hā Wellness Retreat: A new level of luxury

Innovation thrives in New Zealand - and the latest example is a New Zealand-first, wellness retreat in a spectacular pure alpine location that's just down the road from Paradise.

New Zealand slopes perfect for extreme sport craze

The Canterbury snow-covered mountains are proving to be the perfect landscape for extreme sport lovers looking for their next adventure.

New Zealand golfer: Lydia Ko

Young New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has been making headlines around the sporting world since she was a child and, and although she is still a teenager, she has already rewritten golfing history.

New Zealand - Autumn 2014 events highlights

With the arrival of autumn in New Zealand, the temperature has settled and the landscape is a perfect picture of startling golds and warm reds, making it the ideal time for international tourists

New Zealand's Pink and White Terraces

Intrepid nineteenth century tourists travelled around the world to visit New Zealand’s famed Pink and White Terraces.

Millbrook Resort and Golf Course – Queenstown, NZ

Nestled in lush manicured fairways, under the watchful eye of one of New Zealand’s most picturesque mountain ranges lies Millbrook Resort and Golf Course.

New Zealand cricketer: Brendon McCullum

BLACKCAPS captain Brendon McCullum batted his way into New Zealand cricket folklore at Wellington’s Basin Reserve.

Off-piste New Zealand snow adventures

For winter holidaymakers wanting to take a day off from skiing and snowboarding, New Zealand’s ski regions offer some quirky fun-filled snow-related activities.

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Cafe crowd in Wellington - click for more.
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