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September 3rd 2013
New Zealand School Holiday Activities The school holidays can be a daunting time for parents. Kids get bored easily, and it’s our job to keep them entertained. It’s even harder when you are working, so a lot of us try to ‘make it up’ to our kids at the weekends. There are heaps of things to do around our awesome country. Your local visitor attractions are not just for the tourists. Ideas on how to keep the kids happy these holidays: 1. Visit local the attractions, like the one’s you haven’t been to in ages! Many of them have may have made new developments or improvements. Take a look at the options we offer by clicking here. Go on a bush walk. It’s a great way of tiring out the kids, and it’s free! Pack and ... read more
June 14th 2012
The first test against Ireland on the 9th of June at Eden Park was a great game and a good start for the ALL BLACKS 20012 season ..The All Blacks played well and the Irish put up a good fight The above shot was the All Blacks warming up before the game Go The ABS All Blacks 2012 Test match venues and The Investec Rugby Championship match schedule The( NZRU ) announched the venues for the All Blacks Test matches in the 2012 international season, Auckland, Canterbury, Waikato, Wellington and Otago will host All Blacks Test matches in the 2012 international season, The All Blacks will play Ireland in the three-Test match Steinlager Series in Auckland, Hamilton and at a redeveloped Rugby League Park in Christchurch .The All Blacks will also play three Test matches in ... read more
June 13th 2012
HUMP BACK WHALES IN COOK STRAIT Once in a lifetime opportunity to SIGHT the majestic HUMP BACK WHALE on their journey to the Southern Waters of ANTARTIC. View this event from the peak of our Mountain Pukeora on Arapawa Island as they travel thru the waters of the COOK STRAIT. How to get Arapawa Island (Marlborough Sounds) Arapawa Island (Marlborough Sounds) Arapawa Island is a small island located in Queen Charlotte Sound in the Marlborough Sounds aprox. 40kms from Picton and can only be reached by boat. Arapawa has a land area of 75 km2 and its population is estimated to be around 50 people. The island is covered by a mixture of native New Zealand bush (woods), forestry and farmland. Arapawa Island is also known for it's r... read more
June 7th 2012
More new itineraries with NZOnline NZOnline has just uploaded new ski-themed itineraries on its site, with links to the key North and South Island ski areas listed on its home page. These lead to comprehensive ski field details plus suggested touring itineraries, accommodation listings and tourism attractions. NZOnline has also added more than 150 new pages that allow users to drill down to specific information on local destinations within regions. Where information was previously listed under regions like Bay of Plenty, users can now click on Tauranga, Te Puke, Katikati, Ohope, Whakatane / White Island and Mt Maunganui, each of which has a map and local information. Visit www.nzonline.org.nz... read more
June 7th 2012
New Zealand Wide Campervan and Car Hire - get the best price and service in New Zealand Receive a quote from a number of New Zealand wide rental car and campervan companies in both the North and the South Islands. Select from a full range of vehicles catering for backpackers, or the budget conscious traveller, through to 12 seater vans and executive range. and a large range of campervans new zealand wide All hire companies offer free transfers to and from Airports, Motels, Inter-Island Ferry Terminals and backpacker hostels Email for a quote or for more information. A quality NZ rental car company will then reply to you directly with a quote to suit your budget url=http://www.nzonline.org.nz/nzo/business/quality-car-rentals---new-zealand-car-rentals-christchurch-well... read more
June 6th 2012
2012 Queenstown Winter Festival Queenstown, New Zealand The Southern Hemisphere’s biggest winter party is officially locked and loaded for the 22 June to 1 July 2012 Queenstown Winter Festival will take centre stage in Queenstown, New Zealand, 2012 Queenstown Winter Festival aim is to inspire people from all around the world to come to Queenstown while the festival is on and experience an unforgettable winter holiday,” Surrounded by stunning snow-capped mountains, Queenstown transforms into a winter paradise each year attracting snow sports enthusiasts from around the world with its incredible scenery, crisp blue-sky days and easy access to some of New Zealand's finest skiing. Whether visitors have an appetite for fresh air, adventure and mountains or are more at home tracking down a delicious meal and fine wine, this cosmopolitan lake and alpine resort t ... read more
May 26th 2012
http://www.nzonline.org.nz/nzo/destinations/christchurch---canterbury Below is a link to some information on the greater canterbury area for skining and new zealand hoildays click on the below link for more information on the area http://www.nzonline.org.nz/nzo/destinations/christchurch---canterbury... read more
May 24th 2012
http://www.nzonline.org.nz/nzo/destinations/hawkes-bay check out some new accommodation options and tour operators on our web site http://www.nzonline.org.nz/nzo/business/mohaka-rafting-trout-fishing-napier http://www.nzonline.org.nz/nzo/business/fergs-fantastic-tours-napier-hawkes-bay http://www.nzonline.org.nz/nzo/business/omahu-motor-lodge-hastings http://www.nzonline.org.nz/nzo/business/ribbonwood-cottages-havelock-north url=http://www.nzonline.org.nz/nzo/business/... read more
May 22nd 2012
While New Zealand is a relatively young country, it has a rich and fascinating history, reflecting both our Maori and European heritage. Amazing Maori historic sites and taonga (treasures), some dating back almost a thousand years, are a contrast to many beautiful colonial buildings. A walk around any New Zealand city today shows what a culturally diverse and fascinating country we have become. Treaty of Waitangi The Treaty of Waitangi is considered the founding document of New Zealand as a nation. It was first signed on 6 February 1840 by representatives of the British Crown and various Maori chiefs from the North Island of New Zealand. The Treaty established a British Governor of New Zealand and recognised Maori ownership of their lands and other properties, and gave the M... read more
May 22nd 2012
For millions of years New Zealand has been isolated and unique birds, animals and plants have developed here. New Zealand conservationists are dedicated to preserving the natural history of this country, and indigenous species are protected by means of nature reserves and the New Zealand public. This enables visitors to view many of NZ's animal life close up by ways of guided tours, or by visiting one of the many animal parks and scenic reserves. MORE INFO http://www.nzonline.org.nz/nzo/browse/wildlife-tours... read more