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About New Zealand

The North Island - Where most New Zealanders live. Volcanoes, stunning beaches, and home to hobbits.

The South Island - Epic mountains, lakes, glaciers and sheep! The birthplace of bungy jumping.

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Your 10-point Briefing & Introduction to New Zealand

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๏ปฟ Auckland Nearby Auckland: Understand Population ~ 1.5 million Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand home to a third of our population. Contained by the Tasman Sea and…

Christchurch Nearby Christchurch: Understand Population ~ 350,000 With over 10 years living here (combined) in “the garden city”, there is a lot we love about Christchurch – the proximity to…

Wellington Nearby Wellington: Understand City Population ~ 200,000 “Windy Wellington” is the capital city and sits at the bottom of the North Island. Many tourists catch the interislander ferry from…

Queenstown Nearby Queenstown: Understand Population 28,000 Queenstown is the highlight for many travellers to New Zealand, and a favourite getaway spot for kiwis. It’s hub of adventure sports in summer,…

Central Otago Nearby Central Otago: Understand Central Otago: Getting In & Out By plane: The best airport to fly into to reach Central Otago, would be Queenstown or Wanaka. Renting…