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From New Zealand’s deep south to the far north, the inaugural Tour of New Zealand – scheduled for 14 to 21 April 2012 – is destined to put a new spin on cycling New Zealand.
A leading New Zealand boutique wine-producing region is opening its cellar doors to rugby tourists with a rare behind-the-scenes festival event that’s set to reveal some inner secrets.
Tickets for New Zealand’s premier wine, food and music event - Toast Martinborough – sold out in just 24 minutes when released for sale this week.
Rugby World Cup visitors to New Zealand’s capital city Wellington are getting a giant Hollywood-styled greeting as they fly into the city.
Winning or losing aside ... off the field and away from the pressures, New Zealand’s great outdoors has provided some amazing experiences for Rugby World Cup players between matches.
Traditional Māori culture and 21st century New Zealand innovation have added a new dimension for rugby fans exploring Auckland’s waterfront at Waka Māori.
Queenstown – New Zealand’s adventure capital – is giving mountain biking enthusiasts new thrills with a spectacular gondola ride to the top of the trails and a new bike park.
Auckland’s streets are teaming with Gallic and Kiwi pride in anticipation of the Rugby World Cup final as the two rugby hemispheres unite in a weekend to remember.
Sir Richard Branson – in New Zealand to catch the finals of the Rugby World Cup – has been seen out on Auckland waters testing an innovative form of Kiwi transport.
Kicked into touch on home ground for the first time – in Auckland’s Queen’s Wharf Rugby World Cup fan zone – Tourism New Zealand’s giant rugby ball has broken all previous visitor records.