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This isolated spot is tucked away in the Kaitake Ranges, but that’s all part of its special beauty. Bring a picnic and make a day of it exploring the lush native forest and giant redwoods.
Lake Rotoiti – Another of Rotorua’s gorgeous lakes, Lake Rotoiti is a picture perfect spot for a picnic and a swim. Korokitewao Bay has a lovely sandy beach with a playground for the kids.
Lignite Pit Scenic Stop is a disused lignite mine, which has been transformed into a 16 acre lakeside garden, featuring walls of lignite and retaining the original pit shape.
Discover the amazing scenery around Lake Taupo. This area of New Zealand blends forests, geothermal activity and fascinating volcanic landscapes.
The Waikato River is the longest river in New Zealand, it runs for 425 kilometres from the eastern slopes of Mount Ruapehu, joining the Tongariro River system and emptying into Tasman Sea, south of Auckland at Port Waikato.
Lyttelton Road Tunnel links the city of Christchurch to the sea port of Lyttelton on the South Islands east coast....
Lake Okareka Walkway (Mistletoe Walk), Rotorua – Another beautiful lakeside spot where you can get back to nature and follow the wooden boardwalk over the wetlands to sandy Silver Beach. Bring a picnic with you!
New Zealand’s largest city – commonly known as the City of Sails, is a unique harbour city sprawling over a narrow isthmus between two harbours – the Waitemata and the Manukau....
Third-longest river. A major river in the North Island of New Zealand – during earlier years a significant route to the interior for both Maori and settlers – with trading posts and steam boat services on the river....
Luck at Last Goldmine – You might not find any gold, but if you like an adventure, then your luck will surely be in! Bring a torch, and have some fun exploring the old mine workings and battery tucked away amid the Coromandel bush.