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New Zealand’s natural wonders often steal the limelight for tourists venturing to the land of the long white cloud. Though the country’s cities are far from lacking.
On my first night in Auckland the mission was clear: to try some of New Zealand’s finest seafood. Unbeknownst to me at the time, it would also include a taste of the world’s best oysters.
The trans-Tasman rivalry has always been fierce. Whether it’s cricket, rugby or pinot noir, our Kiwi cousins have consistently punched above their weight across so many fields of endeavour.
She found fame globally back in the 1990s as the ass-kicking, sword-swinging Xena: Warrior Princess, with continued small screen hits in the likes of Spartacus and Battlestar Galactica, alongside a string of movie roles.
There is a worldwide thirst for fine New Zealand wine. Sauvignon blanc from Marlborough, pinot noir from Central Otago and syrah from Hawke's Bay have captured the imagination of wine lovers around the globe.
New Zealand is considered by many to be the most beautiful place on the planet.
Here’s something we bet you didn’t know: New Zealand’s City of Sails is surrounded by some of the country's most interesting cellar door experiences. Add these wineries around Auckland to your must-visit list.
"So, what do you think of Brokenville?" asks Jim the taxi driver as we slink through the streets of post-earthquake Christchurch in the early morning light.
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