Palmerston North is the capital of the Manawatu region.
Palmerston North lies on the Manawatu Plains, nestled between the Ruahine and Tararua mountain ranges, in the central southern region of New Zealand’s North Island. The city lies a few kilometers to the east of the magnificent... Read More
Set on a magnificent harbor surrounded by hills, Wellington is New Zealand’s capital and cultural centre.
Wellington stands at the southern end of the North Island, around the deep water harbor of Port Nicholson and the shores of the Cook Strait. It is a compact city,... Read More
St Arnaud lies at the gateway to the Nelson Lakes National Park, one of New Zealand’s most scenic and picturesque spots and a popular holiday destination.
The village of St. Arnaud is situated 700 metres above sea level, encircled by snow-capped mountain ranges and nestled... Read More
The heart of New Zealand’s premiere wine growing region.
Blenheim is situated in the northeastern tip of New Zealand’s South Island, on the flat lands of the Wairau Plains. It is the largest town in the Marlborough region, New Zealand’s largest grape growing and wine making... Read More
Wide open spaces, braided rivers, mountains and whale watching; Kaikoura has it all.
Kaikoura (It’s name is Maori for seafood) is a small town of just over 3,000 on the East Coast of the South Island, between Christchurch to the South and Marlborough to the North.
Whale watching... Read More