North Island


Rated by the local as the best city in the world, and they just might be right.


Set amongst lakes, and volcanic peaks, Rotorua is the grand-daddy of New Zealand Tourism.
Upper North Island


Venture north of Auckland to the spiritual land of Kauri, paradise islands, wild

Bay Of Plenty

White sand stretches for 125km along our Pacific coastline and gives way to abundant orchards, fertile farms, and lush green hills


Discover treasures ub the rich landscape of the Coromandel, characterised by charismatic towns, secret, sandy coves and inviting forests
Central North Island


Discover Waitomo's eerie subterranean world of caverns and grottes, then emerge to explore craggy coastlines, peaceful pastures and gorgeous gardens


Gisborne is a city on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island. It’s known for wineries and surf beaches such as Makorori.


Just over 3 hours drive from Auckland, you'll find the ultimate North Island holiday destination - Great Lake Taupo. With its stunning volcanic landscape of lake and mountains

Hawke's Bay

Dress up and prepare to enjoy the lifestyle capital of New Zealand


The coast and hills of Taranaki whisper of tales from long ago...


Discover untouched hidden gems and rugged coastal beaches
Lower North Island


Wellington's CBD wraps its way around the harbour in a horseshoe, with Mount Victoria at its southern end providing a great vantage paoint to view the city.

South Island

Upper South Island

Nelson & Abel Tasman

Drawing visitors from around the world with its ridiculously beautiful coastline and the country’s most visited National Park


20% of New Zealand’s coastline, woven through the beautiful Marlborough Sounds, and nearly 80% percent of its wine industry


The most northern district in the Canterbury region, boasting natural wonders of land and sea
Central South Island

West Coast

Home to only 1% of the country’s population, this is a place of isolation and wide open spaces.


Amongst some of the most stunning and iconic scenery, spanning from sea to snow
Lower South Island


A lively town, Wanaka's picture-perfect location and easy access to the outdoors makes it the ultimate base


At the bottom of the Otago Peninsula, a long finger of green land, home to an abundance of rare wildlife


New Zealand’s ultimate outdoors destination for cycling, walking, fishing, photography and history