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Being well sheltered, it’s often perfectly calm and beautifully reflective – begging to be photographed. Come at sunrise or sunset for the best snaps. Come and picnic lakeside and enjoy the views over a leisurely lunch.
Lake Tarawera, Rotorua – Wow, this is a magical spot. Tranquil and stunningly beautiful, with waterfalls, bush walks, picnic areas, boat ramps and camping areas to enjoy.
Lower Huia Dam, Huia – This is one spectacular spot, especially when it has been raining. There are some beautiful bushwalks around here, or you can visit the waterfall and have a cooling dip in Huia stream.
Clifden suspension bridge spanning 111.5m over the Waiau River is the longest suspension bridge in New Zealand....
Mount Ruapehu - the highest point in the North Island, largest active volcano in New Zealand and one of the most active volcanoes in the world....
A glacier-carved lake and picture-postcard alpine scenery – pack your camera, and take the drive out here to this tranquil setting.
Pack up a picnic of Coast delicacies, and head on out for a lakeside lunch – you won’t be disappointed at the vista.
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....
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.
Lake Ototoa, South Head – Fancy a spot of trout fishing, or would you rather go fishing, kayaking or walking? Sitting amid 247 hectares, stunning Lake Ototoa is absolutely undeveloped – pure nature just as it should be.