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By   pumicehead  on Flickr

The steep-sided and seemingly flat-topped Mana Island is a distinctive feature of Wellington's west coast. Activities and features include walking tracks, a historic lighthouse site, and a concrete gannet colony.

Mana Island, Porirua, Wellington, New Zealand Wellington and Surrounds

    Take time to smell the roses, and rhododendrons, and lots more, at this charming garden area.

    Fairfield Street, Gore Invercargill & Southland
      By  yortw  on Flickr

      A two hour drive north of Auckland, brings you to the northern most city of New Zealand and gateway to the north....

      Whangarei Northland
        Waiuku. Queen Street.

        Waiuku & Kariotahi Beach – Historic Waiuku has genuine charm, even though it’s not on the well beaten tourist path. Take a walk by the estuary at Tamakae Reserve or along the black sands of wild and windswept Kariotahi Beach.

        Waiuku, Franklin District Auckland South & East
          By sondyaustin on Flickr

          Kawakawa Bay – Kiwis just love beautiful Kawakawa Bay, and so will you! A safe sandy beach lined by pohutukawas that’s perfect for a beach barbecue or a game of beach volleyball. It’s a magical spot and just the ticket for a family day out.

          Coast Road, Kawakawa Bay, south-east Auckland. Auckland South & East
            By  thedailyenglishshow on Flickr

            Not many people get to experience this mystical Hokitika nightlife – so be one of the few to view this sparkly natural beauty in the darkness.

            63 State Highway 6, Seaview, West Coast, New Zealand Fox Glacier & West Coast
              By rosino on Flickr

              Karangahake Gorge, Waikino – The stunning scenery at the Karangahake Gorge is hard to beat, but this historic area is also great fun to explore, with old railway tunnels, old goldmine sites and World War II battery sites.

              Karangahake, Waikino Coromandel
                Whitford Forest

                Whitford Forest Mountain Bike Park – Both walkers and mountain bikers can have some serious fun at Whitford Forest and, when you’re done, take a wander around charming Whitford Village for some country charm.

                Jack Lachlan Drive, Whitford, East Auckland Auckland South & East
                  By   flissphil  on Flickr

                  Lake Rotohokahoka, Mamaku, Rotorua – It’s a bit out of town at nearby Mamaku, but walking out to the lake will give you a chance to see flocks of native kaka (parrots), and perhaps even an endanger kokako (a native forest bird).

                  Mokaihaha Forest, South Road, Mamaku
                    By  45589548@N00  on Flickr

                    Smuggler's Cove, Bream Bay Scenic Reserve – As the name suggests, Smuggler’s Cove was indeed a hideout for real smugglers in bygone times and, these days, it’s an equally good hideout for visitors seeking to get off the beaten track.

                    Urquharts Bay Road, Whangarei Heads, Whangarei Northland


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