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Picturesque, remote, and gifted by nature’s wonders, New Zealand’s North and South islands provide breathtaking scenes and activities at every corner. Only 3 hours by plane from Sydney Airport, New Zealand packs a lot of adventure and exploration opportunities into a country the size of Britain. Famously referred to as ‘God’s country’ and ‘The land of the long white cloud’, New Zealand gives Australian visitors the perfect escape regardless of the cities visited or the type of traveller.
Located towards the top of the North Island, Auckland is the largest and most heavily populated city in New Zealand. Easily accessible by all modes of transport, Auckland offers many tourist attractions all close to the modern CBD area. The Auckland climate is quite moderate and one of the sunniest cities in the country. A scenic and cosmopolitan destination, Auckland is perfect for exploring mountains, coastlines and cultural sites.
Wellington is New Zealand’s capital and its second-highest populated city. A short flight from Sydney Airport it’s a perfect short escape for couples and families. Close to renowned wineries and restaurants, Wellington is full of sensory delights and experiences.
Bay of Islands
The Bay of Islands is a stunning sub-tropical region that consists of over 144 islands and is only a 3-hour drive from Auckland.
A South Island playground, Christchurch is a must-see city for wine lovers and adventure seekers.
Queenstown is an adventure and resort paradise in the south-west of New Zealand’s South Island. The lake and alpine town offers unbeatable views, experiences and accommodation, year-round. The Winter months provide incredible ski and snow attractions, while the other months offer many sporting, spa and relaxation pursuits.
Rotorua and Tauranga
Rotorua is in the Bay of Plenty region on the southern shores of the Lake Rotorua and is an unforgettable city to visit while exploring the North Island’s vast geographic regions.