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New Zealand Regional Info

NZ has a population of only 4 million hospitable & friendly people with dynamic culture of European, Maori, Pacific & Asian.

Enjoy the outdoors or relax. Nature reigns supreme in NZ with its unspoilt coastlines, lush vegetation, amazing wildlife, moderate climate.

North Island has spectacular bays & beaches, snowy mountains, sparkling rivers, thermal outlets with steaming water, active volcanoes & unspoiled native forests.

In the South Island, the glorious Southern Alps plunge westward through luxuriant rainforest to coast.

Between imposing peaks & wild seas are bizarre landscapes of limestone, granite & glacial ice, tranquil lakes, rushing rivers, subtropical & temperate rainforest, rare birds & plants.

Queenstown is one of NZ�s premier holiday destinations, surrounded by majestic mountains, with stunning weather of 4 distinct seasons.

Immense Fiordland National Park takes in the whole SW corner of New Zealand & contains the breathtaking Milford Sound.

Looking for modern-city sophistication & excitement? You'll find it in Auckland & Wellington in the North Island; Christchurch & Dunedin in the South Island. Culture, theatre, art, fashion, & world-class attractions provide an array of cosmopolitan experiences.

More information on NZ regions/districts from the menu below.

North Island South Island

Northland
Auckland
Waikato-Waitomo
The Coromandel
Bay of Plenty
Rotorua
Lake Taupo-Tongariro
Eastland
Hawke's Bay
Taranaki
Wanganui
Rangitikei
Horowhenua
Tararua
Wellington
Wairarapa
Porirua

Marlborough
Nelson
West Coast
Christchurch
Canterbury
Queenstown/Southern Lakes District
Dunedin

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