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Nelson

THE VISUAL GUIDE TO NELSONprovides comprehensive information about the regions of Nelson, Golden Bay, and the Abel Tasman National Park. It includes restaurants, accommodation, activities, attractions, shopping, arts and crafts, entertainment, and maps. (Nelson, NZ)

Contact: Brian Holmes Ph: +64 3 5450282 Email: nelson@harlequin.co.nz

The Visual Guide to Nelson

 

NELSONWEB - Welcome to NelsonWeb, the longest serving online directory for the community of Nelson, New Zealand. We provide a Tourist Information Guide and Business Resource for this beautiful region of NZ. Covering Accommodation, Arts, Craft, Community Events, Food and Wine through to Local Businesses, National Parks, Real Estate and Property, Schools, Shopping, Travel and Transport. A compact yet scenically diverse area, the Tasman Bay region includes the National Parks of Abel Tasman, Kahurangi and Nelson Lakes and the famed coastline of Golden Bay. Tramping, sea kayaking, fishing, skiing, sailing, horse riding and golf are all popular activities. Looking for adventure? Try caving, hang-gliding or diving. Or sit back and join an organised trip, maybe a four wheel drive tour of the world renowned Farewell Spit, or a leisurely tour of the local vineyards, olive groves, boutique breweries and artist galleries.
(Nelson, NZ)
NelsonWeb

 

UNIQUELY NELSON - The definitive Nelson, NZ, shopping directory. Nelson boasts more than 630 shops and businesses, cafes and restaurants. Shopping couldn\'t be easier than in Nelson City
Contact: Helen Beer (Nelson, NZ) Phone: 546 8405
Uniquely Nelson

 


Marlborough

MARLBOROUGH WEB DIRECTORY - Blessed with the highest number of sunshine hours in New Zealand, this flourishing province with its relaxed and convivial lifestyle is enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. The region has a wide range of recreational activities from swimming with dolphins in the Marlborough Sounds to watching whales in Kaikoura; from walks through the bush and along the rugged coastline to relaxing at Marlborough's world-class wineries. Renowned for its wine tasting and delicious food, touring, scenic boat cruising, bush walking and relaxing outdoor activities, Marlborough is a fast growing holiday destination.
(Blenhiem, NZ)
Marlborough Web Directory

 

DESTINATION MARLBOROUGH - Escape to the unspoilt hideaway of Marlborough - a stunning region of broad valleys, soaring mountains, vineyards and idyllic waterways, with a focus on peaceful relaxation and adventure in a scenic and diverse landscape, award-winning wine and produce, and superb regional cuisine. Here you will find everything you need to plan your holiday and enjoy your stay. Find out more about Accommodation in Marlborough, activities, restaurants and shopping to transportation options. Take your time exploring this official regional tourism website, brought to you by Destination Marlborough. We know you're going to love visiting our beautiful region.
(Blenheim, NZ)
Destination Marlborough

 

MARLBOROUGH ONLINE - Today Marlborough is one of the southern hemisphere's most important wine growing regions, however traditional pastoral farming still continues, albeit on a much reduced scale. With the wine industry, and increasing focus on tourism has also developed, and the natural beauty of the Marlborough Sounds provides an ideal environment for eco-tourism, along with other parts of the region. The regional population remains low, and concentrated in a few towns. At the 2001 census the regional population stood at 39,561. By far the largest proportion of the population live in Blenheim, with some of the other towns being Picton, Havelock, Seddon, Renwick, Kaikoura (not officially part of the Marlborough District under current boundaries, but historically part of the province.)
(Blenheim, NZ)
Marlborough Online

 

A GUIDE TO PICTON - Welcome to Picton and The Marlborough Sounds of New Zealand. Picton is a small seaport at the head of the Queen Charlotte Sound offering a relaxed setting with beautiful beaches, easy bush walks and an outstanding climate. The Marlborough Sounds is renown for its 1500 km's of coastline, The Queen Charlotte Track, Dolphin Watching, fishing and a peaceful retreat. Daily ferry services link Picton to Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, situated at the southern end of the North Island. Browse around our site and view some of the best that our area has to offer.
(Picton, NZ)
A Guide to Picton

 

PERLORUS SOUND - The whole world is hungry for the wilderness experience which is waiting in the remote and rugged reaches of Pelorus and Kenepuru Sounds. When people want to stop the world and get off, this is where they dream of going. What better place to relax and unwind than amid these bush drenched hills which tumble down to kiss untold of crystal clear, unpolluted waters. Surprisingly, much of the Pelorus and Kenepuru area is accessible by road. The alternatives are a variety of boat services or taking to the air by light aircraft melt the travel time between Wellington and paradise to a mere 20 minutes.
(Pelorus Sound, NZ)
Perlorus Sound

 


West Coast

AN ADVENTURE PARADISE - The West Coast of the Southern Alps is an adventure and outdoor paradise. With a large range of accommodation options to choose from, there is plenty of time to explore this spectacular region. There are beach & forest walks to suit all ages and abilities, tourism experiences, caving, rafting, canoeing & kayaking, surfing, jetboating, jet skiing, glacier walks, scenic flights, mountain biking, horse treks, fishing, gold panning, to name but a few.
(Greymouth, NZ)
An Adventure Paradise

 

HOKITIKA.COM - Welcome to Hokitika.com! Hokitika is a small township made up of interesting places and friendly locals situated on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island. Scenic views of the Tasman Sea, Mount Cook and the Southern Alps. Hokitika is the gateway to the South Westland World Heritage National Park. The Arahura River, which enters the sea 8 (5 miles) north of Hokitika, is a traditional source of pounamu (greenstone) for the Maori people and still yields a large proportion of the Coast's continuing supply. View information on local attractions and accommodation.
(Hokitika, NZ)
Hokitika.Com

 

WELCOME TO HOKITIKA - Whatever your decision, be assured that nestled in this scenic wonderland is a comforting town centre from which to enjoy the magnificence which surrounds. Hokitika provides for every possible comfort after a day of exhilarating activity or leisurely pleasure. Friendly and hospitable accommodation, NZ award winning restaurants and a gloriously secluded beach all encourage indulged relaxation, whilst heritage trails, visitor attractions, gallery exhibitions and craft demonstrations provide information about Hokitika, interest and enjoyment. It is no coincidence that craft artists, sculptors, jewellers, painters and poets have chosen Hokitika as their home. Rich in mineral deposits, natural materials and scenic inspiration, creative talent is abundant, celebrated and diverse. Gold, jade (pounamu) and natural timbers not only provide materials for our artisan talent but have also contributed towards the economy and vibrant heritage of Hokitika.
(Hokitika, NZ)
Welcome to Hokitika

 

HOKITIKA JADE COUNTRY - Experience our scenic wetlands and lowlands swamps with the Paddle Boat up the Mahinapua Creek to Lake Mahinapua. Better still get behind the wheel of a classic car and do a scenic drive through farm lands to the Hokitika Gorge, or through native bush to Lake Kaniere and enjoy the scenic tranquil beauty of the lake, then drive the lakeside gravel road to Dorothy Falls. Hire a bicycle and ride to Lake Mahinapua or Lake Kaniere, or ride some of the popular mountain bike tracks. Get your eye in and have a go at sporting clay bird shooting.Get a group together and go paintballing in the bush at Mehrt's Place. Hook a trout or salmon with a guided fishing trip. Shovel, pick and pan in hand dig for gold in the creeks near Hokitika. Ready for a gentle pace canoe safari on a lake or river with Due West, or try the extreme with Riverplay, kayak or white water rafting on some of the best wild west coast rivers. If its a really clear day you can fly with Wilderness Wings to the glaciers and Mount Cook.
(Hokitika, NZ)
Hokitika Jade Country

 

WEST COAST INFORMATION RESOURCE - Your guide to the South Island's West Coast from the people who live and work there. This Community funded site has plenty of useful information about this region. If you are a 'West Coaster' check out our community pages or visit the BCDC forum page. Our tourist section is ideal for new visitors on the West Coast, you can find it a valuable guide to those secret and beautiful places. Welcome to New Zealand's West Coast.
(Westport, NZ)
West Coast Information Resource

 


Canterbury

CHRISTCHURCH WHAT'S ON - Whatson is an online guide to Christchurch New Zealand. If you are looking for something to do, somewhere to stay, to eat, or something to buy in Christchurch, you have come to the right place. It is easy to use, yet gives you detailed information on any of the subjects you select. Whatson is made up of a number of different main categories. These currently include Accommodation, Dining, Entertainment, Nightlife, Shops, Medical and Health and Travel and Transport. In addition to the various detailed records held of establishments in these categories, Whatson offers a number of useful features; Free Classified Ads - Post any item you may wish to buy or sell on the site. Real time Events - Find out what events are going on locally.
(Christchurch, NZ)
Christchurch What's On

 

THE CANTERBURY PAGES - Welcome to Canterbury, New Zealand. Home of the South Island's largest city, Christchurch, and numerous attractions in the surrounding region. Treat yourself by going whale watching in Kaikoura, soak yourself in the natural pools of Hanmer Springs, relax in the French atmosphere of Akaroa, ski in one of Canterburys twelve ski areas, go Alpine Treking in the Mount Cook region, experience spectacular flightseeing from Lake Tekapo, or just simply enjoy the beauty of Christchurch - the garden city. And if that's not enough check out some of our events.
(Christchurch, NZ)
The Canterbury Pages

 

CANTERBURY.NET - Perhaps you're planning a trip to Canterbury and need accomodation, or are simply interested in finding information on a region you know little about. You may be a parent looking for information on schools, a student planning for tertiary or continuing education, or an international student looking for the right place to learn English as a second language. You may be a local Cantabrian looking for a quick way to contact an online business without having to wade through search engine results. Whether it's for these or one of the many other reasons you may have, Canterbury Net could become one of your most useful bookmarks.
(Christchurch, NZ)
Canterbury.net

 

CHRISTCHURCH - CANTERBURY VISITOR CENTRE - You'll find it vibrant - the gateway to a southern world of clean natural beauty, action and excitement. Our moderate climate offers the best in winter (ski-fields close by) and summer sports...a location for all seasons! The South Island's largest city boasts graceful parks, rivers and expansive beaches, providing a dazzling backdrop to lively new buildings mingled with those of historic grey and white stone. Festivals are an important part of Christchurch...Floral, Romance and Wine & Food are just a few. Summertimes events and Cup Carnival Week add their own special excitement.
(Christchurch, NZ)
Christchurch - Canterbury Visitor Centre

 

BIZSERACH CANTERBURY - Our business search directory can help you find a wide range of local businesses in Christchurch and the surrounding region of Canterbury. Simply use the search box above, or click through the categories to find the local business you're looking for.
(Christchurch, NZ)
BizSearch Canterbury

 

PULSE TEEN WEBSITE - Events, courses and other happenings for teens around Christchurch. Don't Forget: if you catch a movie or get along to a gig coz we wanna hear all about it.
Contact: Julie Williamson (Christchurch, NZ)
Pulse Teen

 

THE HURUNUI - Discover The Hurunui, one of the most stunning and spectacular regions in the South Island of New Zealand. From the irresistible charm of Hanmer Springs - New Zealand's best alpine spa, to the magnificent wine and food of the Waipara Wine Valley and the marine mammals of Kaikoura.
(Hurunui, NZ)
The Hurunui - "Satisfy your thirst for life"

 

ASHBURTON TODAY - "Bringing our community together on the web". Ashburton is the starting point for many outdoor pursuits and the district provides a fine variety of recreational activities. Fishing for salmon and trout, mountain biking, deerstalking, boating on the back country lakes, skiing and ice skating in winter, harness racing, are but a few of the activities that make this area so attractive. Ashburton is ideally located just one hour's drive south of Christchurch with it's international airport, you are warmly invited to come and enjoy its great hospitality, adventure, food and fun.
(Ashburton, NZ)
Ashburton Today

 

ASHBURTON DISTRICT TOURISM - Stretching from the spectacular Southern Alps to the sea, Ashburton District offers you the complete New Zealand experience. • Hiking & Walking • Adventure • Skiing & Snowboarding • Golf • Lord of the Rings film set location • Fishing & Hunting • Gardens & Parks • Lakes & Braided Rivers • Heritage Tours & Trails • Nature • Art & Culture • Events & Dining • Convention Venues Ashburton District, a land of surprising contrasts.
(Ashburton, NZ)
Ashburton District Tourism

 

AKAROA- BANKS PENINSULA - Just 85 kilometerskilometerskilometers from the city of Christchurch, New Zealand, Akaroa is an historic French and British settlement nestled in the heart of an ancient volcano. Explore the village with its colonial architecture, craft stores, and cafés. Relax in the sun at French Bay, or find a secluded beach of your own in one of the neighbouring bays. Head out onto the harbour, where scenic, fishing, and wildlife encounter cruises are available. Whether for the weekend or the week, there's an Akaroa Escape to suit your mood. Choose a tab above to begin!
(Akaroa, NZ)
Akaroa - Banks Peninsula

 

KAIKOURA - "CLOSE TO NATURE" - Few places in the world can boast of such natural wonders as those offered by land and sea in Kaikoura ... The seaside settlement of Kaikoura, situated midway between Christchurch and Picton on the rugged east coast of New Zealand's South Island, is overlooked by majestic mountains, which are snow-capped for many months of the year. This unique combination of ocean and mountains offers stunning coastal alpine scenery and a host of eco-tourism oriented activities, including Whale watching, Dolphin swimming, walks, and much more!
(Kaikoura, NZ)
Kaikoura - "Close to Nature

 

AORAKI MT. COOK - Incredibly clear starry nights, brilliant sunny days, remarkable turquoise blue lakes, valleys of emerald green, snow-capped mountains and glaciers contribute to a truly breathtaking experience. This is a powerfully emotive landscape, over one million acres of high golden tundra encircled by sky piercing mountains - so come, put yourself in touch with nature in one of its grandest schemes - Aoraki Mt Cook Mackenzie - New Zealand’s treasure highland. The Mackenzie Country is dramatic, its vast landscape punctuated by stunning glacial lakes and the bold man-made canal system which delivers hydro-generated energy to the cities and towns of New Zealand. Make time to explore one of the world’s most energising regions, which when combined with the legendary hospitality of its people, will imprint a never to be forgotten vision in your memory.
(Mt. Cook, NZ)
Aoraki Mt. Cook

 

MIND BODY SPIRIT DIRECTORY - The South Islands biggest directory of Natural Health Practitioners, Workshops, Articles, and lots more. It’s regularly updated, has easy to use search facilities and Practitioners even get to list for free.
Contact: Amanda Weston (Christchurch, NZ)
Mind Body Spirit Directory

 


Otago

A to Z - The A To Z Travel Directory has been especially prepared to cater for the intending visitor to the southern half of New Zealand's South Island, including Dunedin, Invercargill and the surrounding Coastal Otago and Southland regions, Queenstown, Fiordland and the Southern Lakes areas. It is packed with information on the many exciting attractions available to help you get the most out of your visit, including accommodation, sightseeing, shopping, restaurants, services and general information.
(Dunedin, NZ)
A to Z

 

VISIT DUNEDIN - A university city of Scottish heritage, Dunedin, New Zealand's oldest city, possesses a unique combination of cultural riches, fine architecture, and world-famous wildlife reserves on the Otago Peninsula. Situated on the south-eastern coast of New Zealand's South Island, Dunedin has a population of around 120,000 and is the main centre of Otago, a region recognised for its spectacular scenery. The sheer physical beauty of Dunedin, dramatic bush-covered hills and valleys at the head of a long natural harbour, attracted Maori settlers to the site over four centuries ago. More........
(Dunedin, NZ)
Visit Dunedin

 

CITY OF DUNEDIN - The Dunedin Online directory is provided as a free service, and is intended to promote Dunedin businesses, organisations and community groups. To search the directory, simply enter what you're looking for and press the "Search" button. Any directory entry containing the word or phrase you specify will be found, to view all entries for a selected type leave the first field blank.
(Dunedin, NZ)
City of Dunedin

 

OAMARU ONLINE - We aim to present to the Visitor, whether it is to Oamaru Online or as a Visitor to Oamaru itself, an interesting insight to this Unique Town, it's History and the Character of the Region it serves, and truly hope to give the web site visitor an impression of the district.
(Oamaru, NZ)
Oamaru Online

 

QUEENSTOWN NEW ZEALAND - Stretch out as the trails, golf courses and gardens defrost and bloom. Fresh clean air, warm daytime temperatures, cool evenings and a time when the skiing is often at its best. Restaurant tables creep on to the sidewalks and the beaches fill with people enjoying warm late afternoon sunshine. Sit in a café and people watch, browse the markets and shops, hike the hillside trails, take in the new colours and scents, reawaken adrenaline with adventure. Plan to dress in layers for rapid weather changes as equinox winds and sudden, quick showers regularly refresh the landscape and air between hot sunny periods.
(Queenstown, NZ)
Queenstown New Zealand

 

QUEENSTOWN NEW ZEALAND'S "REMARKABLE" DESTINATION - Spectacular QUEENSTOWN, the most popular holiday destination in New Zealand for international visitors, offers an incredible range of things to do in all seasons. This justifiably is known as New Zealand's action and adventure capital, which explains why the young and energetic flock here (and hate to leave). Organizations that discover Queenstown can hold functions here with all facilities -- and who would miss the chance to attend? With its diversity of accommodations, activities, places to eat, and entertainment accessible to all ages, Queenstown also provides an ideal family holiday, as well as an opportunity to see the country at its most splendid.
(Queenstown, NZ)
Queentown: New Zealand's "Remarkable" Destination

 

QUEENSTOWN VISITOR GUIDE - Welcome to Queenstown Visitor Guide.com. Queenstown is the ultimate year round alpine resort, situated amongst the spectacular Southern Alps of New Zealand. Truly the best part of this special place is the remarkable scenery, the mountains, lakes and rivers and the variety of contrasting environments which can be easily accessed and enjoyed. Queenstown Visitor Guide.com is the ultimate guide to the ultimate resort - there is something for everyone. Relax, unwind and rejuvenate or find out why Queenstown is 'the adventure capital of the world'.
(Queenstown, NZ)
Queentown Visitor Guide

 

CENTRAL OTAGO - Come and experience Central Otago, New Zealand and be inspired by a timeless land. Get away from the crowds, experience gourmet foods and fine wines, distinct four seasons, a rich history and a multitude of relaxation activities. It is a place close to the hearts of people who know it well. Many come and take treasured memories home with them and nearly always return.
(Alexandra, NZ)
Central Otago

 

OTAGO PENINSULA - Predominantly of volcanic origin, the Otago Peninsula is steep and on the Pacific side very rugged. The harbour side, warm, sunny and sheltered, has a micro climate that is better than anywhere else on the Otago coast. The 20 Km long shallow-bottomed fiord, Otago Harbour, is the home of an abundance of wildlife. World famous are the Royal Albatross and the endangered Yellow Eyed Penguin (Hoiho). But also the Little Blue Penguin and the Stewart Island Shag can be seen in their natural environment. Many seals live here as well as the Hooker Sea Lions and the occasional Sea Elephant. A number of walkways give you access to the many breathtaking views and sheer cliff faces like "The Chasm" and "Lovers Leap".
(Dunedin, NZ)
Otago Peninsula

 

SEEN IN DUNEDIN - Welcome to Seen in Dunedin - a totally unique Web site that provides free photographic coverage and promotion of anything and everything that is Dunedin, New Zealand. Check out photos from major Dunedin City Events such as the Vodafone id Fashion Show or The World's Steepest Jaffa Race down Baldwin St, Sporting Events including all the rugby action from the Otago NPC and Highlanders Super 12 home games at Carisbrook, or catch up on some of the madcap antics of Dunedin's own "scarfies" in the Student Events section.
(Dunedin, NZ)
Seen in Dunedin

 


Southland

THE CITY OF INVERCARGILL - Invercargill is New Zealand's southernmost city and the commercial heart of Southland. Known far and wide for its hospitality, Invercargill is favourably placed on the Southern Scenic Route and is the gateway to some of New Zealand's most beautiful scenery and destinations including the Southland heartland, Stewart Island, Fiordland and the Catlins. Visit the Tourism Southland website for more information on these areas. Invercargill is Southland's major service centre and transport hub; the airport links travellers with other main centres within hours and trains and buses depart daily.
(Invercargill, NZ)
The City of Invercargill

 

SOUTHLANDNZ.COM - The official website for New Zealand's southern area - Southland is the most southerly and westerly region of New Zealand and boasts some of the most distinctive landscapes in the country, ranging from high alpine mountains and glaciers to intensively farmed lush grasslands on rolling plains. Farming, forestry and horticulture form the region's economic base, but Southland also has a diversity of manufacturing for export. It is one of the fastest growing tourist regions in New Zealand due to its unspoilt nature and wide recognition of it being a place to restore the soul. Southland's people reflect their heritage through their energy, expertise and warmth of heart. This is the gateway to Southland, where it's time.
(Invercargill, NZ)
Southlandnz.com

 

SOUTHLAND TOURISM - Haere Mai - Welcome to Southland Tourism - The natural, unspoilt splendour of Southland's ever-changing scenery claims visitors' hearts and minds like few other places. There is a taste of heaven for every dreamer: Primeval forests with amazing birdlife. Clear, uncrowded rivers offering some of the best fishing in the world. Limitless yellow sandy beaches. Museums and historic buildings where you can immerse yourself in another age. Cafes and craft shops dotted throughout the countryside. Bird and sea life in abundance.
(Invercargill, NZ)
Southland Tourism

 

BLUFF - THE TOWN WHERE THE HIGHWAY BEGINS ! - Bluff's Sign Post like a golden beacon, draws us to her side, her strong arms reaching full of promise as we travel far and wide. Famously framed by Foveaux Strait she guides us as we depart, for this is not the end of the road, it's where the journey starts.!!!
(Bluff, NZ)
Bluff - The Town Where the Highway Begins!

 


Fiordland

DESTINATION FIORDLAND - Tourism information for the Fiordland area - A very warm welcome to the region of Fiordland, home of famous Milford and Doubtful Sounds as well as many world renowned walking tracks. This internet site is brought to you by Destination Fiordland as the ideal place to obtain information to plan your visit to our unique region. Destination Fiordland is the Regional Tourism Organisation for the Fiordland region. When you visit Fiordland, you will be visiting one of the most dramatic and beautiful parts of New Zealand. Fiordland has achieved World Heritage status and is renowned as a Sightseeing and Walking Capital.
(Te Anau, NZ)
Destination Fiordland

 

 



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