New Zealand’s North Island has the most inhabitants and boasts of around 77 percent of the country’s population. Auckland is the biggest Pacific island city as well. Located at the southernmost point of the island is Wellington, NZ’s capital.
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The Coromandel is a 100 kilometre (62 mile) long peninsula on the eastern coast of New Zealand’s North Island that juts northwards from the Bay of Plenty to the Hauraki Gulf. Its centre is a forested, mountainous region, flanked to the east and west by a series of harbours,... Read More