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New Zealand's cities and regions are full of vibrant creativity, artisan communities and high quality, distinctly kiwi shopping experiences.
A vibrant city with strong Polynesian influences, Auckland offers a diverse, world-class shopping experience.
Bursting with vitality and local culture, shopping in Wellington is like no other city in the world.
Rotorua’s geothermal wonders, rich culture and natural beauty is reflected in the town’s unique shopping experiences.
Taupo town centre, perched on the edge of Lake Taupo, is a haven for boutique shopping.
Local arts, gifts and fashion, Waikato’s country towns will surprise you with their offering.
When you mix a laid back beach culture with creative locals and plenty of sunshine, you get the relaxed, distinctly kiwi shopping experiences that the Bay of Plenty is known for.
Dotted with charming seaside communities and steeped in gold rush and Kauri logging history, The Coromandel is known for its talented, creative locals and quality arts & crafts galleries.
Known for its rich Maori culture and laid back coastal lifestyle, shopping in Northland is all about creative artistry, one-off boutiques and enjoying fresh local produce in the sunshine.
With so many local artists, you won’t be hard-pressed to find a creative keepsake of your time in Taranaki. Or pick up a rare treasure from the plethora of antique and vintage shops dotted around the maunga and coastline.
Stunning architecture, passionate locals and plenty of sunshine is a winning combination when you head out shopping in the Hawke’s Bay.
Mix a charming country lifestyle with boutique artisans and kiwi markets and you’ve got Manawatu, a region where you can enjoy a distinctly ‘New Zealand’ shopping experience.
Combine quality boutiques, big brands and charming streets with views of soaring mountains and a turquoise-blue lake, and you’ve got Queenstown – one of the country’s most scenically stunning places to go shopping.
Explore Dunedin’s eclectic shopping offering, all set among some of New Zealand’s finest Edwardian and Victorian architecture.
Local artisans, small cottage industries and fruit orchards characterize the shopping experiences on offer in the Central Otago region.
Discover contemporary culture, elegance and a vibrant, quirky shopping culture in Christchurch city.
Nestled on the shores of Lake Wanaka, the charming town of Wanaka has a vibe reminiscent of a cosmopolitan city – without the crowds.
Ruggedly beautiful landscapes, abundant local resources and a laid back lifestyle has inspired the growth of a talented artisan community on the West Coast.