Make your next work call memorable with these stunning New Zealand landscape backgrounds. We know it's hard to decide when you are spoilt for choice, so we've made it easy and picked our favourites for you.

Whakapapa, Mt Ruapehu

Whakapapa is New Zealand’s largest ski area and a great place to visit all year round. Be it summer hiking or winter skiing, Whakapapa Village with its expansive volcanic terrain, spectacular views of Tongariro National Park, and great ski facilities never disappoint.


Omarama, Canterbury

The Clay Cliffs is a unique geological attraction that is something straight out of a western movie. These towering pinnacles and ridges separated by narrow ravines are just 10 km west of Omarama.


Te Puia, Rotorua

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Te Puia is home to New Zealand's most stunning geysers. Explore the beautiful landscapes, bubbling mud pools and Pātaka Kai, the only restaurant that overlooks an active geothermal geyser. 


Lindis Pass, Otago

The dramatic Lindis Pass links the Mackenzie Basin with Central Otago. The tall mountains in this alpine area get more magical with a dust of snow on them.


Dunedin, Otago

Dunedin is a stunning coastal city in the South Island of New Zealand and is famous for its unique landscapes and home to some of the rare wildlife. The Otago Peninsula is home to the albatross colony, sea lions and the rare Yellow-eyed Penguin.


The Catlins, Otago

The Catlins, located in a south east corner of the South Island of New Zealand is a stunning coastal stretch between Balclutha and Invercargill. The area is known for its rugged beauty with lush rainforests and stunning waterfalls.  


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