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Icons don't just emerge overnight – the American Express Queenstown Winter Festival has been celebrating winter for 39 years.
Snow is gathering on New Zealand’s high country, and mountain resorts are grooming their fields as the country says goodbye to autumn and welcomes visitors for another season of uniquely Kiwi winter events.
Colourful garden festivals and horticultural events throughout New Zealand during 2012/2013.
New Zealand’s Taranaki region – on the western edge of the central North Island – is a unique horticultural area that is world renowned for its gardens.
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
Kiwis love the arts, and local and international artists living in or visiting New Zealand are often inspired by the country’s diverse natural landscapes, friendly people and unique Maori culture.
Water and boats go together in Auckland where twin harbours spilling into the Pacific Ocean to the east and the Tasman Sea to the west ensure there’s always plenty of activity on the water.
Christmas plays out somewhat differently in the southern hemisphere summer where long sunny days season the festive mix.
Long time local secret, Lake Wanaka – tucked into New Zealand’s grand Southern Alps mountain chain – is developing a reputation as one of the world’s premier year-round destinations.
The Queenstown region has always been a magnet for adventurers and entrepreneurs, and these pioneers became the mainstay of New Zealand’s adventure tourism industry.