Northland Region

Published by - Jan 21, 2005
The Bay of Plenty, on the eastern coast of New Zealand’s North Island, stretches from Tauranga in the west to Cape Runaway in the east. The shelter provided by the mountain ranges to the west of the bay provides the region with a warm dry climate. The fertile lands of the... Read More

Wellington Region

Published by - Jan 2, 2005
The Wellington region lies north from the capital city situated up on the west coast, containing the cities of  Upper and Lower Hutt. This region is bordered by the Cook Strait in the south, the Tasman Sea in the west and the mountainous Rimutaka Ranges  to the east and north.... Read More

Marlborough Region

Published by - Nov 20, 2004
Marlborough is situated in the northeastern corner of New Zealand’s South Island. Its northern shores are the scenically spectacular Marlborough Sounds. Down its eastern side are the mountainous Kaikoura Ranges, which drop down to the Pacific Ocean. The area is one of New... Read More

Nelson/Tasman Region

Published by - Oct 5, 2004
Tasman is the region covering the northwestern tip of New Zealand’s South Island. It stretches across Golden Bay and Tasman Bay, which open to the Tasman Sea. The region is one of beautiful sandy beaches and rugged mountains. It is also a very fertile region, rich in horticulture. Kyaking... Read More

Southland Region

Published by - Sep 5, 2004
Southland is the perfect place to relax and enjoy fertile green farmland, rugged unspoilt landscapes, clean waters, native forest and spectacular coastal scenery. Bluff – the southern most tip of New Zealand’s South Island Originally Southland was part of Otago.... Read More