DESTINATION NORTHLAND - Northland today is a place to indulge the senses, rejuvenate body and soul. You’ll find luxury lodges, secluded retreats, or gourmet treats all wrapped up in a sub tropical climate and unspoiled setting. Whether your desire is to ‘hook the big one’, swim with dolphins, charter a yacht or dive the Poor Knights, you will be well catered for in Northland. Landlubbers can visit ancient Kauri forests, visit glow worm caves or horseride along a deserted beach.
WHANGAREI ONLINE - The City of Whangarei began with a small settlement on the south bank of the Hatea River , clustered around a natural port known then as Ahipupu and known today as the Town Basin . It grew southwards from there around Walton Street to become the cultural, entertainment, commercial and service centre for Northland. Visitors to the district are urged to make their first port of call the Whangarei Visitors' Bureau where they can obtain up-to-date local information including their regular forward programme called "What's On in Whangarei".
TOP OF NZ - Visit beautiful Aupouri Peninsular our sub-tropical paradise in the Far North of New Zealand We, the fortunate people who live at this sunlit end of New Zealand, welcome you. We look forward to sharing our beautiful and secret places with you. Explore our famous 90 Mile Beach, visit legendary Cape Reinga, where the restless Pacific Ocean collides in foaming anger with the Tasman Sea... witnessed only by the lonely Pohutukawa and the departing spirits. Steeped in pioneering history and Maori legend, home of the giant swamp Kauri and treasured Kauri gold. Experience our unspoiled beaches to swim, snorkel and gather shellfish, take time out to enjoy some of the best fishing waters in the world. The friendly local hospitality will assure your stay in the real Far North is something special.
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KAITAIA BUSINESS ASSOCIATION - Welcome to Kaitaia, the most northern town in New Zealand and springboard for exploration of the real Far North. About 116 kms south of Cape Reinga, its climate most of the year is subtropical. Known in the past - when it was isolated by bad roads or no roads and the Mangamuka Ranges - as a friendly, do it yourself, community, Kaitaia continues its reputation today for being affable and welcoming. Its Maori and European history is long and rich.
PAIHIA - One of New Zealand's premier choices as a relaxed place to live and to holiday. Paihia is the largest tourism centre in Northland. Water cruises, scenic tours, scenic flights and skydiving, are just a few activities for the adventurous or curious visitor. Also nearby is the historic Waitangi Treaty Grounds, whose gardens were recently awarded 'Garden of National Significance' status by the New Zealand Gardens Trust. Paihia wharf, the base for scenic cruises to Cape Brett - Hole in the Rock.
KERIKERI - The pride of Kerikeri is without a doubt the historic Kororipo Pa/Kerikeri Basin with NZ's oldest Stone Store, and oldest wooden building Kemp House, operated by NZ Historic Places Trust, pristinely set in a lush & serene basin, much of which is maintained by the Department of Conservation. There are easy bush walks such as to the majestic Rainbow Falls along Kerikeri River from the basin. Jump on board a steamboat with Northern Steamship Co to immerse yourself in the ambience of a bygone era. Then perhaps head out into the Bay of Islands with Waikopou Cruises or Kiwibreeze for total immersion! When you come back on dry land, be sure to visit Rewa's Village & Wharepuke Subtropical Gardens & Nursery Nearby Puketi Forest, just north-west of Kerikeri, has a kauri grove boardwalk and many adventurous tracks. You can take a guided tour with Adventure Puketi or Living Leaves.
BAY OF ISLANDS - Welcome to the Bay of Islands - New Zealand's top holiday destination. Plan your vacation with the Bay of Islands Travel Guide. The purpose of these pages is to inform you about news and events, to give you a historic background of the area, and to help you to find accommodation and activities on your Bay of Islands holiday.
DOUBTLESS BAY PROMOTION INC - This is the official community website for Doubtless Bay in the Northland of New Zealand and tells the visitor and resident all about this beautiful part of the world.
KERIKERI - Welcome to Kerikeri in the Bay of Islands of New Zealand. Our own subtropical paradise. Experience the lifestyle - Birds, Beaches, Food, Fishing and really great people.
WELCOME TO AUCKLAND - Imagine an urban environment where everyone lives within half an hour of beautiful beaches, hiking trails and a dozen enchanted holiday islands. Add a sunny climate, a background rhythm of Polynesian culture and a passion for outstanding food, wine and shopping – you’re beginning to get the picture of Auckland. Auckland’s blend of islands, Polynesian culture, glistening harbours and modern city environment creates an unbelievable lifestyle ranked amongst the best in the world. Discover why Auckland is one of the best places in the world to live – and visit.
AUCKLAND CBD - AucklandCBD.com provides online directory services specially designed for Auckland businesses. Currently there are more than 56,000 business listings in the directory and with the website's free business submission program (Submit Biz), this number increases by the day. Our mission is to create a common place for Aucklanders to promote their businesses on the web. AucklandCBD.com was created by Jason Lowe in August 2000. Soon after the website was launched in September 2000, many biz people interested in the idea and submitted their biz into the directory. Over the last four years, the number of biz listings grow exponentially. Because the name "AucklandCBD" is so common and easy to remember, more and more people are visiting the website for a biz search or just for a surf on the biz directory.
BIGCITY - Welcome to Auckland, New Zealand BigCity has all the information you need for visiting or living in the greater Auckland Region. BigCity is an interactive website, with all information contributed by you, our readers. Please contribute any useful information you have about living in Auckland, or upcomming events. Join our business directory or just comment about life in our forums. Tell others about how great our website is by sending a virtual postcard. The benefit of this website is in your hands.
AUCKLAND A-Z - Auckland - the gateway to New Zealand is a unique harbour city with spectacular views and breathtaking scenery. A perfect place to explore and experience the excitement and the adventure of the islands and to enjoy the culture and sophistication of this world class city. You can access all visitor information quickly and easily from the drop down menu (Choose from here) or order any of our tourism award winning publications on-line by clicking on About Us.
AUCKLAND.GEN.NZ - Auckloand Internet Directory with search features and main menu.
GREAT BARRIER ISLAND VISITOR INFORMATION DIRECTORY - Great Barrier Island Visitor Information including accommodation, activities, services, photographs, map, history, everything you need to plan and book your holiday at this unique destination.
GREAT BARRIER INFOTECH - Information on Great Barrier Island, Auckland, New Zealand. Free Screensavers & Desktop Wallpapers, Slide Show, Listings for Accommodation, Activities, Arts, Crafts, Community Services, Restaurants, Dining, Services, Travel, Trades & More...
TOURISM WAIKATO - Welcome to New Zealand's holiday heartland! Centrally located approximately 90 minutes from Auckland, Tauranga and Rotorua, the region can be a base for any holiday in the Central North Island. The Waikato is a region of lush, green hills, bush and farmland, with exceptional surf on the West coast. The beautiful Waikato River carves its journey through the landscapes, and intersects the region's hub, Hamilton - a city of education and scientific research, parks and garden, fine cuisine and cafés, culture and attractions.
HAMILTON CITY - Hamilton is New Zealand's largest inland city in the heart of the Waikato region. Hamilton is serviced by daily flights into and out of Hamilton International Airport, situated on the outskirts of the city as well as both Bus and Rail services from North and South on a daily basis. Hamilton is also within 90 minutes drive of the Auckland International Airport, the largest international airport in the country. The Hamilton Visitor Information Centre has a wide range of information and services available. There is a wide range of accommodation and dining for all budgets. Tipping is not expected for any service, however it is acceptable, and for outstanding service, you may wish to do so.
CAMBRIDGE NEW ZEALAND - Cambridge New Zealand is situated 24 southeast of Hamilton in the North Island, N.Z. Located in the heart of the Waikato's affluent farming and horse breeding district. Cambridge is the centre of the community. Small enough to retain its relaxed country atmosphere and proud of its old world English heritage, architecture and lovely tree lined streets. Cambridge is a thriving business center that services a huge area. From agriculturally based industry to quality retailing. Antique shops abound drawing serious collectors from countrywide, with beautiful parks, fine dining, the arts and theatre Cambridge New Zealand has it all.
MATAMATA INFORMATION - Matamata is a rural Waikato town with a total population of around 12,000 (6,000 rural - 6,000 township). Nestled at the base of the scenic Kaimai Ranges, it is the centre of a thriving farming area. Matamata is noted as an important bloodstock region. It is centrally located and visitors are drawn to it's many attractions and activities.
OTOROHANGA NEW ZEALAND - "Kiwiana Capital Of New Zealand". Home to the famous Kiwi House and Native Bird Park, Otorohanga has long been known as the official Kiwi Town of New Zealand. Kiwis are everywhere in Otorohanga - on signs, as sculptures, in costume wandering the main business area, on banners and of course at the kiwi house! But there is more to Otorohanga than just kiwis, read on....
MORRINSVILLE INFO - The best way to get an overall picture of Morrinsville is to pick up a Self Drive Tour map from Information Morrinsville. This will provide you with a plan to take you beyond the main street of Morrinsville and you will be amazed at what this area has to offer ... Gardens ... Arts & Crafts ... Parks & Reserves ... Museum ... Nottingham Castle Hotel ... Recreation Ground & Olympic Pool ... Saleyards ... Tramping & Walks ... Trotting ... Westpac Trust Events Centre ... Maraes ... Restaurants & Cafes ... Stay awhile and enjoy our country hospitality !!
HUNTLY - Welcome to Huntly, 93k's south of Auckland on State Highway 1, situated on either side of the Mighty Waikato River; and 35 k's north of Hamilton. Population 7,069 and growing. Site of a massive Coal-fired Power Station, and Waikato's biggest source of Coal. Producing over 10,000 tonnes per day! Surrounded by rich farmland, and beautiful lakes, ideal for course fishing, yachting and waterskiing. Please use the links next door to find out more about our great little town.Thanks....
TOURISM COROMANDEL - Tourism information for the Coromandel area - The Coromandel, New Zealanders favourite destination, is within an hours drive of the major centres of Auckland and Hamilton and their International Airports and yet the region is a world away from the hustle and bustle of those cities. Fabulous golden and white sand beaches with magnificent coastal scenery, a rugged, forest cloaked interior waiting to be explored are just some of the natural attractions that have people returning to The Coromandel time after time.
THE COROMANDEL - The Coromandel, New Zealanders favourite destination, is within an hours drive of the major centres of Auckland and Hamilton and their International Airports and yet the region is a world away from the hustle and bustle of those cities. Fabulous golden and white sand beaches with magnificent coastal scenery, a rugged, forest cloaked interior waiting to be explored are just some of the natural attractions that have people returning to The Coromandel time after time.
THE COROMANDEL PENINSULA - The Coromandel Peninsula Region can be said to stretch from Te Aroha and Katikati in the south, through P aeroa and Thames, west to Ngatea and Miranda, east to Waikino, Waihi, Waihi Beach and Bowentown and then onward to Coromandel, Colville and the tip of the Peninsula. On the eastern side of this scenic finger of land (including Cook's Coast) there lies some of New Zealand's finest beaches and holiday resorts with romantic Maori names such as Opoutere, Onemana, Otama, Opito, Whitianga, Whangamata, Tairua, Pauanui, Matarangi, Kuaotunu to name just a few. The Hauraki Gulf and the Firth of Thames, rich with bird and sea life, occupies the western shores and creates a boating and recreational paradise.
WEBTRAILS NEW ZEALAND - Beginning with the Coromandel Peninsula, you will be able to sample some of the breathtaking scenery and innovative attractions available in what has been described as a “thumbnail” sketch of the rest of our country. The Coromandel Peninsula is one of the most beautiful areas in New Zealand. Rugged forests, breathtaking views and wonderful beaches. Swimming, surfing, fishing yachting, boating, kayaking and canoeing, water skiing, skin diving and snorkelling are just some of the activities. You can go tramping through native bush in the mountainous, forested interior. Go horse trekking, or explore using mountain bikes or four-wheel drive vehicles. The whole peninsula has become one of New Zealand's favourite playgrounds. A place to escape from city life and become immersed in the natural environment. A different world that can both soothe the spirit and challenge the adventurous. Coromandel is what you make it.
COROMANDEL TOWN NET - Adventure & Entertainment - Get Excited !! "It's all here for you in Coromandel town". Coromandel town and northern peninsula welcomes you to our website. This site offers you information about facilities and services available in Coromandel town and the surrounding areas as well as information about upcoming events. Please browse around the site and feel free to email any comments or suggestions about information you would like to see here.
BAY OF PLENTY TOURISM - The Bay of Plenty is New Zealand's favourite holiday destination, with 100's of of white sand, surf beaches, an abundance of sunshine and a temperate environment which means you can enjoy outdoor activities all year round. Tauranga and Mt. Maunganui are located only 2.5 hours drive from Auckland and there's definitely ‘plenty' to do and ‘plenty' to see. We look forward to welcoming you! From luxury lodges to backpackers, there is a huge range of accommodation choices to suit all tastes and budgets. This includes lodges, hotels, serviced apartments, hostels, motels, camping grounds and homestays.
GO TAURANGA - Situated on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island, (click map on the left to enlarge). Tauranga City is seen as one of the premier destinations. Tauranga offers a huge range of attractions, activities, recreational persuits and some of the finest restaurants, cafes and shopping set next to New Zealand's most amazing beaches. Top quality facilities ensures Tauranga & Mt Maunganui's reputation as THE place to live as well as to visit year round.
DOWNTOWN TAURANGA - Located on the East coast of New Zealand's North Island, Tauranga is one of the most prosperous areas in the Bay of Plenty Region. With many people around New Zealand – and indeed the Globe – relocating to the Tauranga area, Tauranga’s population has surpassed the 100,000 mark, changing its official classification from 'district' to 'City'. Nearly 45% of New Zealand's population live within 200 of Tauranga, making it a very popular holiday destination, with great weather, surf, shopping and an overall friendly atmosphere. Tauranga harbour is always busy with all manner of watercraft, from yachts to jet ski's, and is home to the busiest Port in the country, which has won awards for being the most efficient in Australasia. Over the summer months, many cruise ships also pass through the port.
WHAKATANE INFO - Welcome to Whakatane the pacific jewel of New Zealand's Bay of Plenty. Blessed with shimmering translucent warm ocean waters, forests echoing with bird song and pristine sand lazing on deserted beaches; Whakatane is a blue-green paradise of water, bush and beach where people have no other choice than to enjoy life.
BAY OF PLENTY INFONET - Welcome to the western Bay of Plenty's online website, packed with links to a variety of businesses, tourist information and useful services. Whether you live here, or are planning to visit, the site aims to keep you fully informed of all your options in this beautiful area.
BAY OF PLENTY - So you have just stepped off your special Air New Zealand flight in Auckland from Los Angeles (and of course booked via the web for the real special air fare deal) - grab a hire rental car and travel down State Highway 2 to the beautiful Bay Of Plenty. The BOP region of New Zealand is full of un-spolit beaches, native bush, great places to see and neat things to do.
BAY OF PLENTY NZ.COM - Located on the East Coast of New Zealand’s beautiful North Island, the Bay of Plenty offers so much choice. Head for the coast and take the opportunity to surf, fish, hire a boat or just dig your toes in the sand and read your book. Drive inland to explore untouched New Zealand forests; discover the charms of inland towns, restful harbour sanctuaries and fresh, tumbling river waters. In the Bay of Plenty there is something for everyone.
DESTINATION ROTORUA - “Rotorua - feel the spirit – Manaakitanga”. It’s our catchcry . . .and it holds a pretty powerful promise as well as an invitation to experience the essence of our extraordinary slice of New Zealand. A deep-rooted Maori cultural concept, Manaakitanga places a responsibility on us as your hosts to give you the best of ourselves, our time and our history. A feeling you’ll return home with, Manaakitanga begins the moment you arrive in Rotorua whether seeking adventure, rejuvenation, experiences with nature and earth forces, or soaking up Maori and European history, art and culture. Rotorua – it’s like no other place on earth.
100% PURE FREEDOM - Tourism information for the Eastland area - Gisborne, the first city in the world to see the sun each day, is located on the sunny East Coast of the North Island. The Maori name for the district is Tairawhiti which means "The coast upon which the sun shines across the water". Kaiti Beach, near the city, was where the Maori immigrational waka, Horouta, landed; and is also the first European landing place in New Zealand.
GISBORNE.CO.NZ - "First City to see the sun".Gisborne lies on the extreme east coast of New Zealand, and as such, is the first city in the world to see the sun of each new day. There was rather a large party here over the christmas period of 1999 / 2000, and 2000 / 2001 too. We started this site back in 1996 and this was one of the first sites dedicated to Gisborne City in the Gisborne District. All feedback is welcomed through the guestbook or by emailing us. This site is here because we live here - and enjoy getting visitors so that we can show off what's so good about the place.....
DESTINATION GISBORNE - The Gisborne region is the South Pacific paradise travel writers rave about, with beautiful sandy beaches, great surf, a warm sunny climate and a land in which anything and everything grows. Built in a casual sprawl from where the historic waters of Poverty Bay meet the wide, horseshoe sweep of Waikanae Beach, Gisborne is the first city in the world to greet the sun each morning. The region boasts some of the best surf beaches in the country and the fly-fishing is world class. There is a great selection of cafes, restaurants and bars, a number of which are situated in the vibrant harbour overlooking Gisborne's picturesque wharf. Gisborne also provides the perfect base from which to explore some of New Zealand's great treasures, including Mt Hikurangi, The Pacific Coast Highway, Eastwood Hill Aboretum, Lake Waikarimoana, and Mahia Peninsula. (Gisborne, NZ)
HAWKES BAY TOURISM - Tourism information from the Hawkes Bay Region - Located on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island, Hawke’s Bay Wine Country is New Zealand’s leading food and wine region. With over 2200 hours of sunshine, Hawke’s Bay is a year-round holiday destination with an eclectic mix of visual and sensory experiences.
WWW.HAWESBAY.CO.NZ - Welcome - This website exists to provide visitors quick reference to all Hawke’s Bay websites. Easy to use links without slow loading, and unwanted advertising. Absolutely free listing to all relevant websites. www.hawkesbay.co.nz will grow to be the biggest and fastest in the province greatly assisting tourists, kiwi visitors and locals who wish to find where to. more........
DESTINATION LAKE TAUPO - Tourism information Lake Taupo area - When you think of the Lake Taupo region, Think Fresh .... as in fresh air, snow, trout, rivers, lakes, people, fun, food, attitudes. Explore our world and discover a fresh new holiday destination, a vibrant place to do business and a lifestyle unique in New Zealand. LakeTaupoNZ.com is the gateway to a wide range of information on our region. Use the navigation banner on the side bar to fully explore our site or look left for the hottest links and search facility. Here you will find everything you need to plan your visit to our beautiful region. Find out more about accommodation , what to do, how to get here and what makes the Lake Taupo region special
TAUPO.TEL - Taupo.tel is a Tourism and Visitor contact directory for the Taupo Region using the new dottel technology which operates from the internet's DNS.
VENTURE TARANAKI - Welcome to the official tourism website for Taranaki, New Zealand. Here you can learn everything there is to know about Taranaki and find all the tourism information you will need to plan your visit to a region that epitomizes the New Zealand way of life. We offer opportunities to interact with us through our photo gallery and wallpaper amongst other options. You can also send a beautiful Taranaki email postcard to your friends and family. Taranaki is a special place where you can take time out to reconnect with friends, family and loved ones, or enjoy the great outdoors with mountain to sea experiences and everything in between. And the friendly Taranaki people will show you a real welcome.
STRATFORD - "LOVE IT" - Stratford - Gateway to the National Parks - is situated at the junction of State Highway 3 and State Highway 43 in the centre of the Taranaki Province - North Island - NZ Access to National Park - As the closest main centre to the Egmont National Park, Stratford is the main access to East Egmont (the location of the Ski Field) and Dawson Falls. Parks and Gardens - Parks and gardens open to the public are around the district as well as a number of visitor attractions. Heritage Trail - From the junction of the highways, is the start of New Zealand's first Heritage trail which follows 150 kilometerskilometerskilometerskilometers of SH 43 through beautiful scenery, hills and gorges.
MANAWATU - "NO LIMITS" - Spectacular scenery stretching from the magnificent Tararua and Ruahine Ranges to the geologically significant coastal plains of Himatangi and Tangimoana. An endless choice of fabulous bars, nightclubs, dancing, movies, shows and cafes/restaurants serving up Indian, Thai, Chinese, Italian, French, Pacific, Oriental and traditional New Zealand fare. An excellent range of motels and hotels, B&Bs, farm stays, backpacker hostels and camping grounds. Manawatu caters superbly for couples seeking luxury accommodation options through to family accommodation. Top-class golf courses, country craft shops, antique shopping, historic homes and visits to the Feilding stock saleyards (the largest of their type in the Southern Hemisphere) for a truly unique glimpse of town and country co-existence.
PALMY.NET - Situated on the banks of the Manawatu River nestled at the foot of the impressive Tararua Mountain Range, a growing city of 76,000, Palmerston North is unique. The subdivision of Palmerston North began in 1866, with the most important stimulus to the growth of the town being the development of pastoral farming. As early European settlers cleared the native forest with axe and fire, a new vegetation of grasses and clovers provided the basis for cattle and sheep farming. The city has been able to maintain a complementary relationship between the modern conveniences and technology of big city life, and the quality and ease of small town lifestyle, offering visitors and residents alike 'the best of both worlds'. Palmerston North is a vibrant youthful city with the active student population, nearby Linton Military Camp, and several knowledge organisations. Since 1930 the City's economic base has been broadened by the establishment of Massey University and the New Zealand Dairy Research Institute, hence it bears the distinction of being New Zealand's `Knowledge City'., all adding to a cosmopolitan atmosphere.
WANGANUI'S OFFICAL GATEWAY - Wanganui has a pleasant climate with more than 2000 hours of bright sunshine per year (similar to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch), and relatively few extremes compared with many other New Zealand centres. Wanganui District has a population of around 43,300. This community enjoys amenities close at hand including schools, sports grounds and shopping centres. Importantly, the District provides quality homes at realistic prices, far below major city equivalents. Wanganui...ideal for family living.
HOROWHENUA.ORG.NZ - Between the mountains and the sea lie the hills, plains, rivers, lakes and beaches of the Horowhenua. Said to have the most moderate climate in the world, the Horowhenua has it all and has it easy. Visitors to the Horowhenua can travel with ease to the remote wilderness or the excitement of the cities and experience almost everything New Zealand has to offer within a short traveling distance. When travelling north, after arriving in Wellington, the Kapiti-Horowhenua region is the first taste of rural NZ. Only an hour away from Wellington you get the feel of real NZ as you drive along the coastal road passing cafes, beaches, museums, island trips, wineries, unique nature parks and many other attractions.
YOUR GUIDE TO GREYTOWN NZ - Greytown NZ, North Island New Zealand - this historic village boasts a bustling Victorian Main Street lined with antiques shops, award winning cafes and galleries. Greytown accommodation includes charming hotels, motels, homestays, B&Bs and the town offers much to enjoy. Only one hour from downtown Wellington and twelve minutes drive to Martinborough's world renowned vineyards.
POSITIVELY WELLINGTON - Tourism information Wellington area - Welcome to Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand. Here you will find everything you need to enjoy your stay. From accommodation, restaurants and shops to sights and activities, transport and maps – this is the complete guide to Wellington. Wellington is a picture perfect city. It is set between a magnificent harbour and rolling green hills. It is also a compact city where funky shops, exciting galleries and great restaurants are within easy walking distance. Come and discover this incredible city. This is the official tourism website brought to you by Positively Wellington Tourism.
PORIRUA ONLINE - Welcome to Porirua City New Zealand Online, the official portal of Porirua City and your complete guide to our region. Our amazing city is located in the lower South Pacific Ocean around two beautiful harbours in the lower North Island of New Zealand. Native forests and water ways surround Porirua City making it an attractive destination during travel and a great place to live. When Kupe the Maori explorer paddled through the harbours many years ago, he described the region as "Parirua - The flowing of the two tides". Today the city is better known as "Porirua".
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