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Dunedin is the main centre of, and the gateway to, the Otago region.
View the world's smallest penguin in Oamaru.
In this beautiful part of Nelson Tasman are two national park gateways, the first to the Alpine Nelson Lakes national park and the other to the picturesque Kahurangi National Park.
Nelson Tasman is an adventurer’s paradise, built to be discovered. Countless walk and mountain bike trails wind through plains and alpine valleys, where your efforts will be rewarded with panoramic views of both land and sea.
Central Otago’s hot, dry semi-continental climate provides an environment where wild flowers flourish along roadsides, river edges, and in valleys, hills and mountains.
Wedged between Mt Taranaki’s majestic cone and the Tasman Sea, South Taranaki boasts sufficient outdoor pursuits to satisfy even the most thrill-seeking visitor.
A unique journey that captures the very best of the south on a road less travelled.
Suggested Time: 3 days
Meander along one of Stewart Island's many short walks, basking in the crisp fresh air and abundant native plant and bird life.
Suggested Time: 15 minutes - 7 hours
The Wairarapa is one of the longest-settled regions of New Zealand, and the southern coastline has the remnants of once extensive garden plots.
For those who want to get off the beaten track, Southland - the southernmost part of New Zealand - is the ideal place to visit.