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Situated on an isthmus joining northwestern North Island and the North Auckland peninsular. Several extinct volcanoes still stand within its boundaries. A seaport, naval base, fishing port, commercial and manufacturing centre. Fine museums and art galleries including exhibitions of natural history and ethnology. It has a large Maori population, descendents of the pre-European inhabitants of the country.


The second largest city in New Zealand and the hub of the stunning Canterbury region. Orana Park is New Zealand’s largest wildife reserve. A wealth of natural beauty and things to do. Visit the weekend Arts Centre market, the Botanic Gardens, the International Antartic Centre. Discover the rich marine environment at Kaikoura and the thermal pools at Hurunui.


Nestled beside the cerulean blue Lake Rotorua, the township of Rotorua is home to one of the most unique tourism sites in the world.
Aside from the breath taking scenery of this volcanic-shaped wonderland, the 16 beautiful lakes in the region and the lush green of the abundant native flora, Rotorua is a geothermal paradise and the cultural heartland.

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