‘Nature’s Ultimate Playground’ – Lake Taupo is surrounded by beautiful forests, volcanic mountains and snowy peaks in winter. A hub for events and activities year round.
Location Island: North Island
Famous for its unique combination of beach and rainforest, Whangamata’s amazing ocean beach provides some of the best surfing breaks, yet safest swimming in the country.
Heritage collections, art galleries and urban street art are prominent in Palmerston North, and go hand in hand with the colourful array of cafes and dinning options that will take your taste buds on a tour of the world.
New Plymouth is the major city of the Taranaki Region on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand. Dominated by Mt Taranaki (Egmont National Park) and surrounded by lush farmland.
Napier is a beautiful art deco New Zealand city with a seaport, located in Hawke’s Bay on the eastern coast of the North Island.
Kerikeri, the largest town in Northland New Zealand, is a popular tourist destination about a three hour drive north of Auckland.
Katikati is known as ‘New Zealand’s Mural Town’ and is home to our country’s largest outdoor art gallery. Here you will find at least 60 pieces of art depicting the history of this bustling rural town.
Cambridge, a small rural community located in the heart of the Waikato, is a serene little town, vibrant yet quiet. Home to the prestigious boarding school St Peter’s College as well as Cambridge High School
Tauranga is New Zealand’s fifth largest city and home to an estimated 125,000 people. Our city sits right on the water’s edge and is well-known for its blue skies, warm climate, sparkling harbour and relaxed lifestyle.
The gateway to the central North Island, Hamilton, or Kirikiriroa in Maori, is New Zealand’s largest inland city, straddling the superb Waikato River. With a young, smart and innovative population, Hamilton’s warm and welcoming spirit, rich history and contrasting splendours ensure visitors are spoilt for choice for places to relax, enjoy and do business.