Places To Visit

Auckland Central

European, Polynesian, Asian and dominant Maori roots give Auckland a distinctive culture. Discover the history of the largest Polynesian city in the world by Maori objects from the Auckland Museum and experience the lives of 19th century settlers in Howick Historical Village. At Otara Shop, explore the crafts of Polynesia or see individuals in the famous Ponsonby and Parnell.

Queenstown

Most of the Lord of the Rings trilogy was shot in the region.
Outdoor kayaking fans 
flock to Queenstown, Whitewater rafting, jetboating, bungee 
jumping, camping and skiing. 
There can be more mild-mannered explorers who can take  a Quiet cruise around  nearby Milford Sound.

Wellington

Wellington boasts a tiny downtown district that is easy to visit on foot and a number of styles of architecture, from 19th century log cabins to Art Deco masterpieces. Discover the town’s Maori origins at the Wellington City & Sea Museum and The Museum of New Zealand. Sipping coffee and watching people in the lively Courtney Spot, or surveying the stunning Mount Victoria area.

Rotorua

Wellington boasts a tiny downtown district that is easy to visit on foot and a number of styles of architecture, from 19th century log cabins to Art Deco masterpieces. Discover the town’s Maori origins at the Wellington City & Sea Museum and The Museum of New Zealand. In Rotorua, on the North Island of New Zealand, bubbling hot springs and ponds provide complete relief. Therapeutic hot mud pools, stunning geysers and a submerged village are within easy reach of the area.