Location Island: North Island


Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand, with 398,300 residents. It is home to the National Archives, the National Art Gallery, the National Library, the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, numerous theatres and two universities


The extremely diverse topography of the Waihi region provides a rich playground for all to enjoy. Whether it’s the stunning beauty of the Karangahake Gorge, getting out into bush clad hills or just relaxing on the beautiful white-sand of Waihi Beach, the Waihi region is a great place to appreciate what New Zealand’s outdoors has to offer.

Te Puke

Te Puke is New Zealand’s kiwifruit capital and the horticultural hub of our coastal region. An enormous fiberglass kiwifruit slice towers over State Highway 2 on the outskirts of Te Puke and if you’re driving by it’s a fun place to stop and take a photograph. Climb the internal stairway to the very top and look down over the green countryside below while you smile for the camera.