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  • Places to Visit in Auckland

  • 01Rangitoto Island

    Rangitoto Island is a volcanic island in the Hauraki Gulf close Auckland, New Zealand. It is a notorious and broadly obvious milestone of Auckland with its unmistakable symmetrical shield spring of gushing lava cone rising 260 meters (850 ft) high over the Hauraki Gulf. Rangitoto was shaped by a progression of emissions starting no less than 6000 years back. 

    The latest ejections happened in the vicinity of 550 and 600 years prior in two scenes, 10 to 50 years separated, and are thought to have gone on for quite a while amid the later shield-framing scene. Get a chance to explore the amazing beauty of this island while you visit Auckland.

  • 02Waitakere Ranges Regional Park

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    Rejuvenate yourself as you visit this amazing park in Auckland. The Waitakere Ranges Regional Park is a place where unblemished hedge, flourishing local untamed life, and tough dark sand surf shorelines meet up. The 'wild west' feels like a different universe away, however, is just 40 minutes from the downtown area. This shocking locale incorporates more than 16,000 hectares of local rainforest and coastline and common fortunes like the Karekare Falls.

    With more than 250 kilometers of strolling tracks, the extents are a great place to investigate by walking, encompassed by an astounding landscape. 
    The recreation center incorporates 250km of strolling and tramping tracks, shorelines, amazing vistas, marvelous rough outcrops, waterfalls, and precipices.
  • 03Cornwall Park

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    There is another spot in Auckland which is a must visit for you. The Cornwall Park is like the oasis garden at the heart of Auckland city. The grand pillar situated on One Tree Hill is a marker for the last resting spot of Sir John Logan Campbell, who talented the land to the general population of New Zealand in 1901. 

    The park commands the city and its tenants with music, giveaways, occasions and exercises for all ages, at no cost. The park is very rich in with a variety of flora and birds. Cornwall Park is an asylum of calm and excellence making it wonderful honeymoon destination in New Zealand. It is additionally a place for runners, bikers, families, picnickers and swashbucklers and pilgrims. 

  • 04Mount Eden

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    Well, those who are looking for some offbeat places in Auckland then this is the perfect place for you. Mount Eden is a dynamic, offbeat suburb with a triumphant blend of culture and nature. Standing tall at 196m Maungawhau or Mount Eden is the most astounding spring of gushing lava in Auckland.

    Get an opportunity to stroll to the highest point of Mount Eden's volcanic cone for a portion of the best perspectives in Auckland and a while later treats you to a spot of shopping in the town and lunch at one of the hips nearby bistros. One can also take a walk to the Mt Eden village which is found generally between Valley Road and Grange Road.
  • 05Waitomo Glowworm Caves

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    Most of you might have that fantasy of travelling to a completely alien world. Well to be exact some starry land with some great tales. Waitomo Glowworm Caves is the perfect answer for you if you falls in that category. The glowworm, Arachnocampa luminosa, is remarkable to New Zealand. A large number of these modest animals transmit their unmistakable luminescent light as our master guides give instructive analysis on the Caves' authentic and geographical hugeness. 

    Wonder about Mother Nature's light show as you coast quietly through the starry wonderland of the Glowworm Grotto. Wind underground along the Waitomo River and look peacefully at the heap of sparkle worm lights that make up the Glowworm Grotto. 

  • 06Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki

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    Set beneath the ridge Albert Park in the focal city zone of Auckland, the display was built up in 1888 as the main perpetual craftsmanship exhibition in New Zealand. Auckland Art Gallery Toi o T?maki is the chief open display in Auckland, New Zealand, and has the broadest gathering of national and global workmanship in New Zealand. 

    The building initially housed the Auckland Art Gallery and also the Auckland open library opening with accumulations gave by sponsors Governor Sir George Gray and James Tannock Mackelvie. Learn about the various arts and the displays while you visit this amazing art gallery in Auckland.

  • 07Waiheke Island

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    Waiheke Island is another most interesting place to visit in Auckland. Around 8,000 individuals live on the island year-round. The island's towns are home to workmanship displays and a flourishing bistro culture, while the drift has a lot of white sand shorelines. For sharp walkers and explorers, an assortment of trails twists along the coastline and through the island inside. 

    For staggering perspectives and thrill seekers, the Church Bay Circuit is a magnificent three-hour walk that exhibits the best of the island. History fans shouldn't miss Stony Batter Historic Reserve with its underground passage framework cut out in World War II on the off chance that Auckland was assaulted. One can see ferries running from Princes Wharf to Waiheke Island.

  • 08Tiritiri Matangi Open Sanctuary

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    Tiritiri Matangi Island is an open wildlife sanctuary in the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park, a secured safe house for local and jeopardized species. This Island lies in the Hauraki Gulf of New Zealand, 3.4 km (2.1 mi) east of the Whangaparaoa Peninsulain the North Island and 30 km (19 mi) north east of Auckland.  

    The island is a nature beau's heaven, especially for energetic birdwatchers. And additionally the wildlife and delightful birdsong, the landscape alone is staggering. "Tiri" is one of Auckland's without bug 'Treasure Islands'. Consistently this island draws in the middle of 30,000 and 32,000 guests a year, the greatest permitted by the Auckland Conservation Management Strategy.

  • 09Auckland Zoo

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    Now while you are visiting Auckland don’t miss a chance to visit the Auckland zoo and explore its amazing wildlife. Auckland Zoo is home to the biggest gathering of local and colorful creatures in New Zealand, set in 17 hectares of rich parkland and minutes from focal Auckland. 

    Auckland Zoo is a 16.35-hectare (40-section of land) zoological garden in Auckland, New Zealand, arranged beside Western Springs stop not a long way from Auckland's focal business area. Auckland Zoo is as of now home to more than 875 people speaking to 138 species, and spreads 16.35 hectares .The zoo is sorted out into presentation territories gathered by area of starting point, scientific classification, or biome.

  • 10Viaduct Harbour

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    Viaduct Harbor is a legacy of New Zealand facilitating the America's Cup yachting regatta and has transformed this waterside range into one of the city's fundamental diversion and feasting center points. Each Sunday, the Flower Market here gets swarms with unrecorded music and road sustenance, while consistent free occasions amid summer months are a most loved with nearby families. The lively waterside bistros and eateries are an awesome place to stop and wait for lunch while investigating Auckland's focal attractions.

  • 11Auckland War Memorial Museum

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    The Auckland War Memorial Museum T?maki Paenga Hira is one of New Zealand's most vital historical centers and war remembrances. Its accumulations focus on New Zealand history, characteristic history, and military history. The gallery is additionally a standout amongst the most famous Auckland structures, built in the neo-classicist style, and sitting on a grassed plinth in the Auckland Domain, a huge open stop near the Auckland CBD. The historical center houses a huge gathering of M?ori and Pacific Island relics and fortunes, including for instance three whole structures, including Hotunui. 

    The gallery additionally stores a photographic accumulation of 1.2 million pictures, and stores and shows 1.5 million normal history examples from the fields of organic science, entomology, geography, arrive vertebrates and sea life science.

  • 12Queen Street

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    Queen Street is the real business avenue in the Auckland CBD, Auckland. It begins at Queens Wharf on the Auckland waterfront, nearby the Britomart Transport Center and the Downtown Ferry Terminal. Shop till you drop on Queen Street, get architect molds in High Street and Chancery and stop at Vulcan Lane for a bar lunch. 

    Get an opportunity to experience dynamite 360-degree perspectives of Auckland from the Sky Tower. You will never get perturbed here while you visit this stunning destination. All you have to do is to just let go of yourself and experience the fun.

  • 13Devonport

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    Just 12 minutes from the harbor from Auckland City, Devonport is a brilliant, enthusiastic group, settled between a volcanic cone, Takarunga, and the shimmering Waitemata harbor. The beautiful noteworthy town gloats shocking perspectives of Auckland city concealed from some other area and a number special attractions. 

    Find little sandy shorelines, a smaller town focus clamoring with bistros, shops and displays, and two volcanic cones offering stupendous perspectives. Make you excursion an uncommon one while you visit this one of kind destination.

  • 14Hobbiton Movie Set

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    If you have been fascinated by The Hobbit movie then this is your chance to make your dream come true while you visit the Hobbiton Movie Set in Auckland. This is the first Hobbiton Movie Set from The Lord of the Rings motion picture set of three and The Hobbit movies. 

    It is arranged on a family run cultivate around 8 kilometers (5.0 mi) west of Hinuera and 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) southwest of Matamata. The hidden geography of the territory is that of the Hinuera Formation, a gathering of alluvial residues, sands, and rock set down in the last frosty period.  Feel as if you are actually in such a world while you visit this amazing place.

  • 15Auckland Sky Tower

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    Touching the high sky Auckland's needle-like Sky Tower is the city's another most astonishing component which is an absolute necessity visit for you. In case you're searching for a place to snap the ideal city display then the perception deck here is recently the place to get your camera out, with perspectives spreading over into the separation for 80 kilometers on a crisp morning.

    Spend your day appreciating the shocking scene of this locale while strolling through the 192-meter-high Sky Walk stage around the tower's pergola. You will have a portion of the best adventure of your lifetime here. It’s a place not just for the thrill seekers but for the nature wanderers as well.
  • 16East Coast Beaches

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    Whether you need to simply loosen up and splash up some thrilling activities a portion of the numerous numbers of on and off the water, you're ruined for choice. Get a chance to lure yourself in the east’s shimmering blue waters, white-sand shorelines, moving wide open, boutique wineries and the biggest local woodland in the Auckland region. 

    Between Matakana and Auckland is Orewa, a quiet, 3km-long shoreline with safe swimming, play areas and a lot of water exercises from kayaking to parasailing. East of downtown Auckland, the Pohutukawa Coast's pleasant shorelines, for example, Maraetai and Omana are perfect for a day out with family or companions.

  • 17West Coast Beaches

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    While you are in Auckland there is a must that you visit all the amazing beaches here. Explore the Muriwai Beach to witess the clifftop gannet settlements, stroll from Te Henga (Bethells Beach) to the huge sand hills at Lake Wainamu, or convey your board to Piha Beach, a mainstream surf spot viewed over by glorious Lion Rock. 

    Close-by Karekare Beach's more confined shores were made celebrated as the setting for the film The Piano. All you have to do is travel south west of the downtown area to remote Karioitahi Beach for surfing, horse riding or blokarting, or Awhitu Peninsula to climb the Manukau Heads Lighthouse. You will be totally in a different world.

  • 18Puhoi

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    Puhoi is a settlement found around 50 km north of Auckland, New Zealand on the banks of the Puhoi River. The name Puhoi is deciphered as "slow waters.  Puhoi is a beautiful authentic diamond in picturesque encompasses. Get a look into early town life in provincial Auckland and appreciate the authentic strolls in this little group. 

    Go kayaking up Puhoi River or stop for lunch at the eminent bistro and cheddar store or the energetic bar. It’s time to explore some of the most vivid parts of this heavenly land.

  • 19One Tree Hill

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    The volcanic cone of One Tree Hill is the image of Auckland. The 182-meter-high slope sits in the midst of the lavish Cornwall Park with a progression of blossom informal lodging of develop trees set in the midst of strolling trails. One Tree Hill takes up the southwest corner of the recreation center, and the inclines contain leftovers of a Maori Pa, a sustained town situated here amid the pre-European period.

     One can locate the solitary pillar worked over the grave of Sir John Logan Campbell who talented this swath of greenery to Auckland to be utilized as a city stop. None the less you will be amazed by the enchanting sights from the hill summits.

  • 20Wenderholm Regional Park

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    While visiting Auckland there is another place which you wouldn’t want to miss. Wenderholm Regional Park is the main territorial stop of the Auckland Region, New Zealand. The Park is situated at between the estuaries of the Puhoi River and the Waiwera River. With its brilliant sands, quiet blue waters and green encompasses, this is a definitive family-accommodating local stop. 

    Unwind on the level, green cookout territories under the shade of a pohutukawa tree and get an opportunity to find out about the historical backdrop of this place. The local shrub of the recreation center is the Pohutukawa, with the burst of red in the late spring, on the inclines confronting north is the Kowhai bramble which are canvassed with yellow blossoms in the spring, and the low-laying sandspit.

  • 21Auckland Botanic Gardens

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    Another interesting place which you would love to visit in Auckland is the Auckland Botanic Garden. An amalgamation of both native and exotics are complimented by lakes here in the Botanic garden. The honor winning Potter Children's Garden and a developing gathering of huge scale outside model by New Zealand specialists. 

    Regardless of whether you are out on an excursion or only for some unwinding this garden will without a doubt fill your heart with joy. Appreciate the changing focus shows acquainting you with the magnificence and interesting realities about plants.

  • 22Waitemata Harbor

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    When we talk about harbor that striking image definitely comes to your mind right? Offering some of the best views Waitemata Harbor is one of the most prominent natural features. Often referred as Auckland Harbour, this harbor is the main access to the sea. This is one of two lovely harbors encompassing Auckland. 

    On the off chance that you can recollect this harbor has made a staggering background for the 2000 and 2003 America's Cup and for the cruising aficionado there. With a size of 70 square miles, it associates the city's principle port and the Auckland waterfront to the Hauraki Gulf, and the Pacific Ocean. I am sure you definitely have that urge of exploring this harbor right now.

  • 23Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium

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    Situated at 23 Tamaki Drive, Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium was the brainchild of New Zealand marine excavator and diver Kelly Tarlton. Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium permits you to get very close to life under the water. A chain of fantastic aquariums containing oceanic life can be seen from the passage walkways with aquariums committed to sharks, tropical fish, and stingrays. 

    Kelly Tarlton's additionally houses an Antarctic Encounter exhibition, finish with a snow-filled penguin fenced in area, highlighting New Zealand's nearby relationship with Antarctica's global mainstream researchers. Thrill seekers are provided food for also with the aquarium's Shark Dive and Shark Cage Snorkel encounters.

  • 24Hauraki Gulf Marine Park Islands

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    The Hauraki Gulf Marine Park Islands are a rich cut of nature ideal on Auckland's doorstep. Roughly excellent Great Barrier Island is an absolute necessity visit for wild fans with a large number of outdoors, climbing, mountain biking, and ocean kayaking openings. Rangitoto Island is a torpid spring of gushing lava and home to the world's biggest backwoods of pohutukawa trees. 

    Climbing to the island's summit rewards walkers with dazzling perspectives over the Hauraki Gulf. Small Tiritiri Matangi Island is a natural life asylum for some of New Zealand's most imperiled birdlife with an assortment of simple strolling trails twisting through the island.

  • 25Albert Park

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    If you have a fetish for reliving the forgotten Victorian era then here is your perfect chance for that in the Albert Park in Auckland. Albert Park houses a mixed cluster of pottery and tickers; a flower clock (dating from 1953) marks the recreation center's Princes Street section, and the city's Meteorological Observatory at the recreation center's most astounding point has been denoting Auckland's climate since 1909. Albert Park with its detailed Victorian wellspring, an assortment of statuary, and a huge number of bloom beds make it a flawless place for the quietness mates.

  • 26Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT)

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    MOTAT is New Zealand's biggest and driving transport and innovation historical center offering guests a fun, intuitive and instructive experience. Take an intelligent adventure through numerous innovative accomplishments that have molded New Zealand. 

    Its prize shows identify with the New Zealand avionics pioneer Richard Pearse (1877-1953), who made his first flights about an indistinguishable time from the Wright siblings. Some different things in this historical center incorporate old mentors, railroad moving stock, cable cars, and vintage autos, and a boundless gathering of high contrast photography.

  • 27Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum

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    A lot of you might be fascinated by museums of various places and if you are one of those then this is the perfect place for you. Maritime Museum profoundly interfaces New Zealand with ocean offering a far-reaching review of the nation's history of marine. In this historical center, one can discover displays from the landing of the principal Polynesians and incorporates Maori kayaks and outrigger water crafts, whaling hardware, and old instruments and actualizes. 

    There's a lot of chance to get out on the water as well. The Museum's completely reestablished legacy scow Ted Ashby sets cruise six days seven days taking guests on a one-hour voyage of the harbor with incredible perspectives of Auckland's horizon and the Harbor Bridge.

  • Places to Visit in Christchurch

  • 28Hagley Park

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    Hagley Park is the biggest urban open space in Christchurch, New Zealand, and was made in 1855 by the Provincial Government. Situated in the heart of Christchurch city this stop is one of the fundamental fascination here. On it’s on three sides it is encompassed by the Avon River and Hagley Park and has a few section focuses with the principle passage being the door section on the Eastern side of the Canterbury Museum. 

    Soak in the amazing beauty of the region as you take a walk along the serene park. Don’t miss a chance to take some snaps with your camera as you take a stroll through the park.

  • 29Canterbury Museum

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    Positioned in the heart of Christchurch, Canterbury Museum is one of the renowned exhibition halls of Christ churches. The gallery was set up in 1867 with Julius von Haast - whose accumulation framed its center - as its first director. Rare Maori antiques and the stories behind them will captivate you once you step into the museum. 

    Christchurch Street transports you back in time with the sights and hints of spearheading days. Dress and extras from yesteryear are joined by enriching fortunes can be found in their display. Get a chance to explore the ancient artifacts here and learn about the age-old history.

  • 30Christchurch Art Gallery

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    Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu is the biggest workmanship foundation in the South Island and home to one of New Zealand's most critical open craftsmanship accumulations. Situated in the heart of the city's Cultural Precinct, its Maori name, Te Puna o Waiwhetu, identifies with the nurturing properties of the artesian spring on which the Gallery is fabricated and its part in adding to the social prosperity of the community. 

    Home to one of New Zealand's most vital open craftsmanship you will get to learn a lot about the culture of this region. The Gallery's consistently changing show program offers a dynamic decision of gathering based, national and global visiting displays.

  • 31International Antarctic Centre

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    Another major tourist attraction in Christchurch is the International Antarctic Centre. This is another attraction which is visited by a lot of people around the world. The Center is home to the New Zealand, United States and Italian Antarctic Programs and contains organization workplaces, warehousing, an American/New Zealand dress store, a mail station and travel office, the Antarctic Passenger Terminal and the Visitor Center, now called 'The Antarctic Attraction'. It is for this thing that the centre is best known, as it structures a huge vacation destination. Among different attractions, there is an Antarctic snow storm room, a varying media show, and minimal blue penguins at the NZ Penguin Encounter.

  • 32Orana Wildlife Park

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    It’s time for the wildlife lovers to draw near with the most savvies creatures on earth. Set in 80 hectares of quiet grounds, inside 15 minutes' drive from Christchurch Airport, Orana Wildlife Park is New Zealand's just open range zoo. Orana has practical experience in giving one of a kind creature experiences in an open range setting. 

    Get very close to our magnificent creatures as you explore this vast animal kingdom.  Feel the thrill as you feed a grand giraffe, witness a tiger strolling up and down, meeting an enormous white rhino 'up close and personal' and going through a pride of lions. Sound’s all amazing right. Then here you go.

  • 33Quake City

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    As the name goes I am quite sure what you are about to learn here. This spot is an unquestionable requirement visit for anybody intrigued by the Canterbury tremors. Quake City is a one of a kind multi-tactile fascination went for advising, drawing in and teaching guests about the Canterbury seismic tremors. 

    This minimized historical center recounts stories through photography, video film and different antiques, including bits that have tumbled off the Cathedral. Most influencing of all is the film highlighting local people describing their own encounters. One can likewise observe a dynamic liquefaction fountain of liquid magma and find out about the art of seismic tremors.

  • 34Riccarton House & Bush

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    Riccarton House and Bush is an extraordinary New Zealand legacy site comprising of two notable structures, flanked by lovely open parkland and elaborate greenery enclosures, circumscribed by the River Avon and set in broad local hedge backwoods including Kahikatea trees up to 600 years of age. 

    This serene 12 hectare save is found only 3.5 km from Christchurch downtown area. Referred to nearby Maori as "Putaringamotu"... the place of an echo”, was home to Canterbury's spearheading Deans family, the primary Europeans to settle on the Plains in 1843. One can learn about the family's emotional story of continuance and catastrophe; of dreams, love and guarantees are woven all through the site and turns out to be a piece of your experience.

  • 35Transition Cardboard Cathedral

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    I am sure a lot of you might be fascinated by the churches around the world. Whether it’s interior or praying you will always visit a church anywhere you go.  Built on the site of the previous St John's Latimer Square Anglican Church, Transitional "Cardboard" Cathedral is a standout amongst the most went by chapel here. 

    It was planned by Japanese modeler Shigeru Ban, champ of the 2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize. The Cathedral has a seating game plan for 700 and furthermore gives a setting to shows, displays, and city and group events.The Cathedral makes utilization of fluctuated development materials from cardboard tubes to timber shafts, basic steel, and cement. Don’t miss you the chance to visit this Catheral while you are exploring New Zealand.

  • 36Banks Peninsula

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    Very close to the Christchurch city, Bank Peninsula offers a variety experiences for the globetrotters. Banks Peninsula is a promontory of volcanic which starts from the east shoreline of the South Island of New Zealand. It has a region of around 1,150 square kilometers (440 sq mi) and envelops two huge harbors and numerous littler straights and bays. 

    The landmass shaped as seaward islands, with the volcanoes coming to around 1,500 m above ocean level. Two predominant pits framed Lyttelton and Akaroa Harbors. One can likewise observe trampers and bushwalkers here who love to investigate the excellence of this promontory.

  • 37Christchurch Botanic Gardens

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    While you are visiting this amazing destination Christchurch Botanic Gardens in Christchurch is a must visit spot for you. Established in 1863 this botanic garden is situated in the centre of Christchurch. The Gardens sprawl over a region of 21 hectares and lie adjoining the circle of the Avon River beside Hagley Park. 

    The Christchurch Botanic Gardens have an assortment of gathering of intriguing and nearby plants of New Zealand. Throughout the years characteristic wetlands and sand hills have been changed into an exquisitely developed 21 hectare stop with more than 10 distinct greenery enclosures surrounded by develop trees and broad gardens.

  • 38TranzAlpine Train

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    Who doesn’t love a scenic ride while enjoying the amazing view of the surroundings? Well, the here is your chance for that amazing ride. Get a chance to cross the ripe farmlands of the Canterbury Plains, and appreciate exciting vistas over profound canyons as you go nearby the ice-nourished Waimakariri River. 

    Cross the powerful Southern Alps, where terrific perspectives of the etched snow capped scene will blow your mind every step of the way. The TranzAlpine prepare runs every day throughout the entire year, aside from on Christmas Day, from Christchurch in the morning and landing in Greymouth in the early evening.

  • 39Christchurch Gondola

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    There is no doubt in that while in Christchurch you would definitely want to enjoy a Gondola ride. Get a chance to experience a stunning 360 degree view from 500 meters above ocean level - toward the west look over the shining cityscape of Christchurch, over the Canterbury Plains to the high pinnacles of the Southern Alps. 

    Toward the south and east are emotional perspectives of Banks Peninsula, Lake Ellesmere and Lyttelton Harbor shaped in a depressed volcanic cavity. Looking north the shorelines of Pegasus Bay and the Pacific Ocean unfurl to the far off Kaikoura Peninsula. Blow your mind away as you experience Time Tunnel which is a reconstruction of Port hill and Christchurch.

  • 40Willowbank Wildlife Reserve

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    Nothing could be a better relaxation place then a wildlife reserve after a long tiring day of sightseeing. After exploring few other places at Christchurch, visit the most famous Willowbank Wildlife Reserve. Encounter with New Zealand's Big 5 wildlife - the kiwi, kaka, tuatara. kea and takahe. Meander through the reserve and play with the animals while you visit this reserve. 

    Also, appreciate the Maori Cultural which is very famous here.It will be a whole new experience for you. Feed the wild eels and make companions with the domesticated animals breeds interesting to New Zealand. Tune into the kiwi as it rummages by your feet. I am sure you will fall in love with this place.

  • 41Re:START

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    Looking for some shopping spree on your visit to Christchurch, then here we have the perfect place for you.  Re:START Container Mall is Christchurch's infamous place where you can abundantly cherished shopping goal inthe heart of the city. 

    Investigate the beautiful gathering of hip delivery container transformations to discover blessing stores, design boutiques, astonishing sustenance, fabulous espresso, banks and a Post Office, and watch Christchurch modify around you in our reality celebrated setting. What’s more all you have to do is to just stroll around the place while exploring the various shops here. Don’t miss this chance this time.

  • 42Avon River

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    Like it is said that beauty should always be appreciated. So, now here is your chance to lose in the beauty of Mother Nature. In Christchurch, Avon River is another place which will definitely swoon your feet once you step foot into this land. The Avon Rivergently flows through the centre of the city of Christchurch, New Zealand, and then to the Avon Heathcote Estuary. 

    The Avon finishes a wandering course at Christchurch from its source in the external western suburb of Avonhead through Ilam, Riccarton and Fendalton, then through Hagley Park and the Central Business District. Soak in the amazing beauty and head out for a short picnic along with your loved ones. 

  • 43Farmers Markets

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    It’s time you get a chance to explore the most beautiful part of Christchurch. How about the fresh vegetable which come directly from the farm? Well here you go then Farmers Market is definitely the perfect place for you in Christchurch. Appreciate a humming climate in an enchanting setting at Christchurch Farmers' Market. 

    Every Saturday morning one can see the market brimming with people. Meats, cheeses, products of the soil sit nearby brilliant espresso and treats to appreciate while you're walking around.  With more than 300 slows down Riccarton Market is Christchurch's biggest market. Grab some of the fresh vegetable and some finest homemade food.

  • 44Walking or biking in the Port Hills

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    There is no doubt in that while you are heading out for a new destination you would definitely love to indulge in some thrilling activities. Whether you are looking for some walking or biking the Port Hills are considered as a haven for both. The Port Hills are one of the best-cherished scenes of Christchurch. The tussock meadows and tough shake out-products, differentiate the levelness of the Canterbury Plains. Leftovers of podacarp woods are indications of the past. 

    People appreciate the Port Hills in a wide range of courses, from picturesque drives to outing posts. Either begin you walk or biking from the Bridle Path, just beneath the Christchurch Gondola or Lyttelton side from Bridle Path street, you will have the best ride or walk ever.

  • 45Hot pools at Hanmer Springs

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    Hot pools are the most appreciated place where people love to travel. And while you are visiting Christchurch don’t miss a chance to visit the hot pools at Hanmer Springs. Hanmer Springs is a pleasant snow capped town a hour and a half's drive from Christchurch. 

    Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa is a fascination of universal standing, offering a world-class involvement in a staggering indigenous habitat. The Thermal Pools are arranged in the exceptional snow capped town of Hanmer springs just an hour and a half drive from both Christchurch and Kaikoura.

  • 46Waipara Wine Valley

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    There is another place you wouldn’t want to miss while you are visiting Christchurch. Waipara is a beautiful valley only 45 minutes north of Christchurch. The principal thing you'll see here is sections of land of grapevines. This is one of New Zealand's chief wine areas - Pinot Noir and Riesling grapes do here. 

    Set aside the opportunity to visit one of the vineyard eateries, and a couple of the many tasting rooms. To add to your gourmet encounter, there are olive forests, nut ranches and fields of lavender. Head out to this amazing destination and get a chance to explore the beauty of this region.

  • 47Whale watching at Kaikoura

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    Whales are an exceptionally basic sight in the waters of Kaikoura as a result of a 2-kilometer submerged gulch that sits close to the drift. In this mammoth trench two capable ocean streams meet, attracting supplements to the surface of the water and drawing in a plenitude of fish. Bounce on a watercraft journey and experience whales' direct as they bolster off the gully's nutritious marine-life. Experience the fun and thrill as you get a chance to witness this huge creatures. 

  • 48Lake Tekapo

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    Lake Tekapo is the normal midway stop amongst Christchurch and Queenstown on the inland panoramic detour. Highlighting magnificent perspectives of the Southern Alps, an extensive variety of settlement and exercises running from relaxed picturesque strolls to adrenaline filled rides down Tekapo Springs Tube Park. 

    Prepare for towering mountains, turquoise lakes and the sweetest little church you've ever observed - also well disposed of, rational local people and uncommon untamed life. Stargazing above Lake Tekapo and taking a watercraft ride to see the Tasman Glacier is a portion of the life-changing encounters this course offers.

  • 49Rangitata River Rafting

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    Another interesting spot which is a must visit for you in Christchurch is the Rangitata River Rafting. Feel the elating rush of adrenalin surging through your body as you overcome the Grade 5 white-water rapids of the Rangitata Gorge with your reality class control. 

    Rangitata Rafts offers you longer time on the stream than most one day white water rafting trips and is special to be the main administrator on this exceptional extend of waterway, accordingly permitting time towards the end for you to swim in the more settled turquoise waters, surf the pontoons in the littler rapids and feel the thrill on your trip.

  • 50Air Force Museum

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    Well, who doesn’t love museums? Well if you have a fetish to learn about the aviation history then this is the perfect place for you.  Formerly known as The Royal New Zealand Air Force Museum this stand-out historical center is situated at Wigram, the RNZAF's first operational base, in Christchurch. The Air Force Museum of New Zealand's main goal is to save and present the historical backdrop of New Zealand military aeronautics for remembrance, learning, motivation and enjoyment.

    The Museum holds the national gathering of the Royal New Zealand Air Force. One can see the accumulation of New Zealand military avionics both preceding World War I and amid this real clash.Learn something new this time as you visit this amazing museum in Christchurch.

  • Places to Visit in Wellington

  • 51Cuba Street

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    While you are visiting this amazing destination this places is a must visit for you. One of the most prominent streets in Wellington is the Cuba Street. Named after a mid (1840) pioneer ship to New Zealand, the Cuba, it is toward the south of the CBD, yet at the same time in the internal city. 

    Cuba Street was at one time the course of the Wellington cable cars. get a drink, or simply hang out this is the coolest place here. Will undoubtedly discover a few buskers in the person on foot just segment of Cuba Street, as well, making the zone awesome for people viewing. What’s more all you have to do is get ready with your camera as you stroll down the street.

  • 52City to Sea Bridge and Civic Square

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    Now while you are in this wonderful city you can never leave a spot unexplored. There is another spot in Wellington which is a must visit for you. When you're strolling along that area of waterfront, you'll, in the end, get to the City to Sea Bridge, a person on foot extension and open fine art that interfaces the Lagoon to Civic Square. 

    The scaffold is shrouded in wooden figures cut by Maori craftsman Paratene Matchitt and is truly a fascination in its own privilege. Spare some time as you admire the beautiful artwork at here. Starting from the wooden structure to some modern day artwork you will find everything at this spot.

  • 53Oriental Bay

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    I am sure you have already conjured up a lot of things in your mind when you heard the name bay. This time while you are visiting this hottest destination, don’t miss a chance to visit the most talked about Oriental Bay. Often referred to as the very own Riveria of Wellington. Oriental Bay is arranged against the northern slant of Mount Victoria, 1.5 kilometers southeast of the downtown area. 

    Oriental Bay turns into a hive of movement. The shoreline is overcome with swimmers, party goers and families. The Carter Fountain is a particular element in the Bay, just like the wooden freight boat which is regularly canvassed in swimmers.

  • 54Mount Victoria

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    This is another spot which is a must visit for you in Wellington. Get a chance to enjoy the most amazing views of the Wellington city and harbor once you are at the top of Mount Victoria. Found appropriate alongside the heart of the city, you can drive as far as possible up, or take a walkway through the bramble secured Town Belt. 

    Initially named as Tangi Te Keo, this mountain offers a portion of the best perspectives with an alternate point of view. The Mount Victoria walk takes you up Mount Victoria at 196 m for 360-degree beautiful perspectives of Wellington in New Zealand. Don’t miss your chance to visit this place while you are in Wellington.

  • 55Weta Workshop/Cave

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    If you are a lover of art then here we have another place in Wellington which is a must visit place for you. This is one place where you will find the exhibit of the Lord of the Rings. Get a chance to learn about Weta in the suburb of Miramar. One can start visiting the Weta Workshop and then conclude you tour after visiting the Weta cave. 

    Set foot on the windy street and get a chance to click some amazing pictures with the Trolls. Also, learn about the ways these sculptures are created and make some special memories here.

  • 56Museum of New Zealand (Te Papa Tongarewa)

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    Another interesting spot in Wellington which is a must visit for you is the Museum of New Zealand (Te Papa Tongarewa). The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa is the national museum and workmanship exhibition of New Zealand, situated in Wellington. It is marked and normally known as Te Papa and Our Place; "Te Papa Tongarewa" is comprehensively translatable as "the place of fortunes of this land". 

    The historical center's standards fuse the ideas of brought together accumulations; the accounts of culture and place; the possibility of discussion; the bicultural organization between indigenous individuals (Tangata Whenua) and non-indigenous individuals (Tangata Tiriti); and an accentuation on assorted qualities and multidisciplinary cooperation.

  • 57Kelburn Cable Car Station

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    While you are in New Zealand and visiting Wellington, then cable car station is another must visit destination for you. The memorable Wellington cable car has been running between Lambton Quay and Kelburn for over 100 years, conveying both local people approaching their everyday lives and vacationers searching for some awesome perspectives. 

    After all what could be a superior ride then cable ride while getting a charge out of a portion of the best perspectives. Ascending at 120 metres this link auto sits above the city focal. The line comprises of 628 meters (2,060 ft) of for the most part straight 1,000 mm gage single track with pine sleepers. The main bends are at the passing circle in the center, at Talavera station.

  • 58Wellington Botanic Gardens

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    As the name goes botanic garden will be something which talks about the garden green. Wellington Botanic Gardens is a rich desert garden that sprawls for 25 hectares on the city slope, brimming with sprouting bloom presentations and local fauna. Get a chance to wander through the patio nurseries from conifer backwoods territories to ferneries and regular bloom beds. The Lady Norwood Rose Gardens here are one of the botanic greenery enclosures' finest attractions with 110 rose beds gloating a whirlwind of various assortments. 

    The Carter Observatory, with its planetarium show, is sited in the eastern area of the patio nurseries (close to the Wellington Cable Car Kelburn Terminal), and the greenery enclosures are additionally home to Begonia House with tropical blossom species shows.

  • 59Zealandia

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    Zealandia is a 225-hectare urban eco-asylum just two kilometers from the focal city. One can discover here large portions of the nation's local winged animals, including jeopardized species, for example, the stitchbird, saddleback, and takahe can be heard and seen and additionally more than 100 kiwis (which can be spotted on guided night visits) and New Zealand's really popular reptile, the tuatara. There are 32 kilometers of strolling trails all through the save for guests to investigate in addition to a historical center that archives the common history of the nation.

  • 60Wellington Zoo

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    If you are an animal lover then this is the perfect place for you. While you are visiting this amazing destination visit the most famous Wellington Zoo and get a chance to explore the vivid wildlife of this region. Wellington Zoo is the most established zoo in New Zealand, built up in 1906, and is notable for its preservation endeavors. 

    This is an amazing spot to see some of New Zealand's natural life very close, particularly modest creatures, for example, the kiwi feathered creature (the nation's national image) and the tuatara reptile. There are likewise a lot of all around kept up fenced in areas for creatures from over the world including the Malayan sun bear and the giraffe, monkey, chimpanzee, meerkat, and enormous felines. 

  • 61Space Place, Carter Observatory

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    Take a trip into space at Space Place at Carter Observatory while you visit this unique place in Wellington. The planetarium offers a cutting edge, computerized encounter that will take you on a virtual space travel from Wellington, through our Solar System and beyond.

    Discover the sheer size of the Universe and its causes in the Big Bang, the M?ori story of creation, and look at the likelihood of life on different planets. Space Place likewise clarifies the centrality of Matariki and the part of the star bunch for the M?ori New Year, and the significance of the stars in Polynesian and M?ori route.

  • 62The Great War Exhibition

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    Doesn’t it sound interesting to know something about the great wars and the weapons used during those eras? Well, The Great War Exhibition perfectly allows you to learn about this. The Great War Exhibition at the Dominion Museum recounts the account of the war through a blend of dioramas, substantial scale props, relics and authentic photos. 

    Sir Peter Jackson has revealed the Great War presentation he helped made to stamp the centennial of the Gallipoli arrivals. His presentation recounts the narrative of World War 1 from its pre-1914 starting points to the Treaty of Versailles in 1919, regarding the part numerous Kiwis played. The oddity is that the majority of the photographs are colourised, which makes them look as though they were taken yesterday.

  • 63Staglands Wildlife Reserve

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    No adventure or trip would be complete without visiting the Wildlife Reserve. So, while you are visting Wellington visit the amazing Staglands Wildlife Reserve explore the vivid wildlife here. Staglands Wildlife Reserve offers guests the novel and energizing chance to associate with nature in an excellent, common habitat. 

    Situated in the picturesque Akatarawa Valley close Upper Hutt, Wellington, Staglands is an 'unquestionable requirement see' fascination for neighborhood families and visitors going to the Wellington district. Nourish and openly connect with natural life in this extremely exceptional place and furthermore click some vital pictures in nature.

  • 64Northern Explorer Train

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    Well, if you are still looking for something more interesting then this will definitely lit you up. Encounter the North Island's phenomenal scope of view in one stunning trip as you go between Wellington and Auckland; go through moving green farmland and virgin shrub, past curious nation towns and along rough drifts. 

    The trip through Tongariro National Park, with its three fabulous volcanic mountains – Tongariro, Ng?uruhoe and Ruapehu – is a highlight, a position of extremes and shocks, where snow-covered fields, antiquated magma streams and thick beech backwoods can be seen one next to the other.

  • Places to Visit in Queenstown

  • 65Queenstown Hill

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    Additionally known by its M?ori name of Te Tapu-nui (pile of extraordinary holiness), Queenstown Hill, is a little 907 meters (2,976 ft) mountain close Queenstown, New Zealand in the South Island. The lower levels of the slope contain lodging particularly close Queenstown, Frankton Road, and Marina Heights. One can locate a substantial bit of douglas fir and larch woodland in the center some portion of the slope. 

    Another intriguing piece of this slope is The Time Walk which is a stroll on the Queenstown Hill that was made to stamp the Millennium in the year 2000. Towards the start of the walk is a fashioned iron door which indicates images of the neighborhood. There are many boards along the walk portraying the historical backdrop of the zone.

  • 66Coronet Peak

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    While you are visiting New Zealand, there is another spot which will swoon your heart away. Found seven kilometers west of Arrowtown, Coronet Peak is a business skifield in Queenstown which is an unquestionable requirement visit goal for you. With shifted landscape and quality offices, offering a rapid quad chairlift, fast this pinnacle is a standout amongst the most went to a vacation spot. The view from the skifield south crosswise over Lake Wakatipu and the littler adjacent Lake Hayes is a further supporter of the mountain's prosperity. Get a chance to explore the incandescent beauty of this region.

  • 67Gibbston Valley

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    Otherwise called the 'Valley of the Vines', The Gibbston Valley is a standout amongst the most beautiful wine developing territories you'll ever experience. Vineyards are sandwiched, now and then problematically, between tough schist mountains and the rough Kawarau River glut. 

    This high elevation zone is liable to icy winters, hot dry summers, and an immense night-to-day temperature run. These testing conditions have prompted reliably great wines, overall acknowledgment and a torrential slide of global honors.

  • 68Kiwi Birdlife Park

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    While you are in the Kiwi Kingdom there is no doubt in that you won’t be visiting the Kiwi Birdlife Park. The Kiwi Birdlife Park is an untamed life asylum found in the heart of Queenstown. One can discover an assortment of 20 types of local NZ natural life in the recreation center. 

    The Park is set in wonderfully finished greenery enclosures, encompassed by grand trees, and is the ideal place for a casual break from the hurrying around of downtown Queenstown. Unwind with a drink at the Kiwi bistro or peruse through the Gift Shop it’s the best put where you can locate those flawless genuine feelings of serenity.

  • 69Lake Wakatipu

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    Lake Wakatipu is an inland lake in the South Island of New Zealand. With a length of 80 kilometers (50 mi), it is New Zealand's longest lake. 15,000 years prior amid the last ice age, an immense ice sheet moving from the North West cut out what is presently Lake Wakatipu. 

    The lake is generally thin, yet the mountains run straight into the lake, shaping a profound ravine, 399m at its most profound point. One of Wakatipu's riddles is the ascent and fall of the lake by around 12cm (5") like clockwork. Legend expresses that a Giant's heart is difficult to devastate, and causes this ascent and fall, while science says it is because of fluctuating environmental weights. This is indeed interesting I believe.

  • 70Skippers Canyon

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    Skippers Canyon is a notable and beautiful chasm, about 22 kilometers long, that is found a few kilometers north of Queenstown. The Skippers Canyon Road, situated in the south-west of New Zealand's South Island, is today one of New Zealand's better referred to grand streets and amazingly unnerving as it's absolutely limited and diverse to manouvre your auto. 

    This rock street, with a length of 16,5 miles, cut by hand by mineworkers more than 140 years prior is produced using an exceptionally limit cut amidst a sheer precipice confront. A lot of you might have already started wondering about this destination right.

  • 71Skycity

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    Now while you are visiting New Zealand you would definitely love to check out the SKYCITY in Queenstown. It’s time to explore one of the most crucial parts here in Queenstown. SKYCITY operates two casinos in Queenstown which allows the people to enjoy some good time in the casino. 

    SKYCITY Queenstown has eight gaming tables, an extra four gaming tables in the VIP room, and 86 gaming machines. SKYCITY Wharf Casino is approved to work six gaming tables and 74 gaming machines. The gambling club at present works six gaming tables and 61 gaming machines. So let the diversion get started.

  • 72The Remarkables

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    Ideal for tenderfoots, youth, and families, the north-bound inclines of The Remarkables are home to flexible landscape, phenomenal learning offices and a good time for all ages. Regardless of whether for family fun, various off-piste runs or devoted free-form zones, The Remarkables has something for everybody. The Remarkables is known for its agreeable environment, high height and north-bound sunny inclines. The region has quite recently finished multi-million dollar advancement with another, reason fabricated base hotel, rapid 6-seater chairlift and for the most part fixed to get to the street.

  • 73Queenstown Garden

    While you are exploring the hottest destination in the world, you would not want to miss this spot in Queenstown.  Known for its scenic beauty and incredible surroundings Queenstown Garden is another major tourist destination in Queensland. This botanical garden contains an assortment of outlandish and local trees and plants and a vast lake and a scope of offices. 

    Unblemished yards, a vast water highlight, a wide assortment of trees and plants and a rose garden all consolidate to give that impeccable escape from downtown Queenstown. The patio nurseries additionally include a few huge dedications. The most obvious vast tree species in the garden is that of the Douglas fir of which there are numerous huge examples. 

  • 74Ben Lomond Walkway

    There is another spot in Queenstown which is a must visit for you. Encounter glorious lake and mountain sees.  Feel the thrill as you walk through the extremely steep Ben Lomond which is the highest point here. While it looks rough and could easily sit beside some other, bigger mountain in the Southern Alps, its specific interest is that you can achieve the summit with no specialized learning. 

    Get a chance to marvel at the sight of the exceptional views of Mount Earnslaw/Pikirakatahi and Aspiring/Tititea. I am sure you would definitely want to click some memorable shots here. Make your vacation a special one while you visit the Ben Lomond Walkway.

  • 75Skyline Gondola Ride

    Nothing can be a better experience than the ones which you get while riding a Gondola. Offering some great scenic views Skyline Gondola Ride is a must try for you here. Board one of the Skyline Gondolas and experience the excellence of the area's wonderful scenes more than ever. Ride the Gondolas high above Queenstown for staggering all encompassing perspectives over the lakes and towns. The best perspectives in the district are found here, spread out in a tremendous 220º display. 

    The Skyline Gondola winds up the slope, far from Queenstown. From the summit, look out over the city beneath, settled on the shores of Lake Wakatipu and encompassed by verdant slopes and tough pinnacles.

  • 76Paradise Valley

    Lately, the Paradise valley is becoming a hit among the people across the globe. Paradise valley is a remote cultivating valley north, 20km inland from Glenorchy and on the edge of Mt Aspiring National Park. The valley lies in a stunning setting on Diamond Lake and underneath notorious Mount Earnslaw. 

    From completely open vistas to rivers and streams twisting through the valley floor to old backwoods, the Paradise Valley is a picture taker's fantasy. Numerous movies areas have been found here including Lord or the Rings, Narnia, Wolverine and Vertical Limit. It’s time to live your movie dreams here in this amazing land.

  • 77Walter Peak High Country Farm

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    Feel the joy as you stroll into this astounding Walter Peak High Country Farm. Journey crosswise over Lake Wakatipu on the vintage steamship TSS Earnslaw, appreciate a farmstead visit and witness the sheep shearing exhibits. You can also warm up while enjoying a relishing tea or coffee and served at the noteworthy Colonel's Homestead. 

    There is a lot of time to walk around the lakeside patio nurseries to the enchanting Colonel's Homestead. It’s time to make each and every moments count while you visit this amazing land.

  • 78Milford Sound

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    Milford Sound is likely New Zealand's most celebrated and marvelous place to see. The landscape is amazing there, where the mountains spring straightforwardly from the ocean. They are secured by calm rainforest and are the wellspring of numerous waterfalls. 

    The climate is not generally kind, but rather even on shady days, the glory of Milford Sound is motivating. Pontoon rides in the range incorporate a standard beautiful journey, an augmented voyage, and even overnight travels. Guests are cautioned to bring creepy crawly repellent, as there are many spots where the bugs are various.

  • Places to Visit In Dunedin

  • 79Otago Peninsula

    The Otago Peninsula, Dunedin is arranged on the east shore of the South Island of New Zealand. The Otago Peninsula together with its 20 km long harbor, is the home of a wealth of glorious world renowned marine untamed life, in particular, The Royal Albatross, the imperiled Yellow Eyed Penguin/Hoiho and the Blue Penguins at Pukekura. 

    Strolling and mountain Biking are exceptionally famous around the Peninsula with various track troubles and landscapes to suit all walkers and riders. Another fascinating thing about Otago Peninsula is that New Zealand's just palace, Larnach Castle is situated on the highest point of the Otago Peninsula. Larnach Castle is likewise home to greenery enclosures of universal hugeness.

  • 80Toit? Otago Settlers Museum

    The Toit? Otago Settlers Museum is a local history historical center in Dunedin, New Zealand. The historical center was established in 1898, the 50th commemoration of the Scottish settlement of Otago, by the Otago Early Settlers' Association. It is New Zealand's most seasoned and most broad history exhibition hall. Among the historical center's accumulation of sketches are works by the surveyor of Dunedin Charles Kettle, the surveyor John Buchanan, craftsman Alfred Henry O'Keeffe and an eminent gathering by George O'Brien. 

    The exhibition hall likewise houses an exploration focus and is home to a broad gathering of photos of European pioneers. A bust of a previous Provincial Superintendent James Macandrew is situated outside the Burnside building. A customary Chinese garden has been developed ashore promptly behind the historical center's southern wing. 

  • 81Dunedin Public Art Gallery

    There is another spot which is a must visit for you in Dunedin and an adorable place for the art lovers. Appreciate hypnotizing pieces by Claude Monet and Jacques Joseph Tissot and in addition a few of New Zealand's finest painters at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Find dreamlike models and theoretical plans among the constantly changing displays that go through the exhibition. 

    Venture into this light, present day space and you may be astounded to discover that you are entering the most established open workmanship exhibition hall in New Zealand. Opened in 1884, it is currently one of four noteworthy metropolitan displays in the nation.

  • 82Dunedin Botanic Garden

    Well, who does not love greenery right?  This time while you are visiting this hottest destination make sure to visit this one of kind place in Dunedin. The Dunedin Botanic Garden is New Zealand's first botanic garden and holds the status of six stars Garden of International Significance. It possesses 30.4 hectares in North Dunedin at an elevation of 25 – 85 meters above ocean level. 

    The Garden has slope sees from sunny yards, more than 6,800 plant species and the melody of wild local bellbirds, wood pigeons, and tui.  Its extensive variety of green and plant accumulations incorporates roses, the herbaceous and enduring outskirts, a stone garden, New Zealand local plants and four hectares of Rhododendron Dell with more than 3,000 rhododendrons.

  • 83Dunedin Chinese Garden

    There is another spot which will surely skip a beat heart once you visit this place. Just like a small miniature Chinese scene painting, this Garden typifies the quintessence of nature. It was worked to take you on a trip to a more noteworthy comprehension of history, culture, legacy and custom. 

    Its starting points originate from a craving to commend the city's Chinese legacy and its significant sister city association with Shanghai. One visit is never enough to this garden. The Garden changes with the seasons and vistas and concealed corners show up startlingly so you see something other than what's expected each time you visit.

  • 84Olveston

    Olveston was worked for Dunedin specialist, authority and giver David Theomin, his significant other Marie and their two kids Edward and Dorothy.Designed by acclaimed English engineer Sir Ernest George, Olveston was worked as a family home outfitted with compelling artwork, furniture, and antiquities obtained from all around the globe. 

    Presently, this Opened as a notable house historical center in 1967, Olveston is a period case as meager has changed inside the house since it was involved as a family home. One can see a true and unique memorable home delineating the life of a rich vendor family in the early piece of the twentieth century in Olveston.

  • 85First Church of Otago

    The First Church is an eye-catching church in the New Zealand city of Dunedin. It is situated in the heart of the city on Moray Place, 100 meters toward the south of the downtown area. The building is viewed as the most amazing of New Zealand's nineteenth-century churches, and is recorded by Heritage New Zealand as a Category I structure. The First Church stood near the previous shoreline in the city's lower High Street. This was a harsh, weatherboard building, raised rapidly, and fit for holding about 200 individuals.

  • 86St Clair Beaches

    Just minutes from the downtown area, this broad surf shoreline is a place to walk, swim, surf or feast out. Situated on the Pacific Ocean drift five kilometers from the downtown area St Clair is a verdant private suburb of Dunedin. The main features of this place are the St Clair Beaches. At the western end of the long shoreline (Ocean Beach) which extends along the city's southern shore. 

    Then comes the Forbury Hill which rises 159 meters (522 ft) over the plain. The summit of the slope exists in the grounds of St Clair Golf Course, in the west of the suburb. One can likewise observe a little stream keeps running from the flank of Forbury Hill, going into a course before achieving the ocean at the western end of St Clair Beach.

  • 87Cargill's Castle

    When we hear about castle all we can think of are the sight of something from the bygone days which will make everything alive again. The remains of Cargills Castle, roosted on the tough, uncovered precipices over the sea close St Clair, show a convincing display of somber sculptural magnificence. Finished in 1877 for Edward Bowes Cargill, the château is one of the vital structures in Dunedin related with the Cargill family. 

    Cargill Castle is one of New Zealand's most noteworthy notable remnants, and one of just two mansions staying in the southern half of the globe It is one of a kind component of Dunedin's social identity as a result of its Italianate shape, its nearness or the windswept precipices over the southern sea.

  • 88Logan Park, Dunedin

    Logan Park is a wearing scene in the city of Dunedin, New Zealand. It lies ashore recovered from the previous Lake Logan. The recreation center contains soccer and rugby union pitches, a manufactured hockey turf, playing greens, and tennis courts, and some portion of the recreation center is presently possessed by two stadia, the University Oval stadium, home of the University of Otago Rugby Football Club and Otago Cricket, and the Caledonian Ground, which is a game setting and furthermore the city's fundamental soccer scene. 

    A little stream, the Opoho Creek, streams along Logan Park's eastern border, between the recreation center and Logan Point quarry and the Logan Park High School.

  • 89Heli Hiking, New Zealand

    If you are looking for something different in the bosom of New Zealand then here we have the perfect adventure for you. Heli-Hiking or Hike is one of the most sought of activity these days. With such verdant beauty with the rainforest, mountains and valleys head out to the West Cost in New Zealand. The Franz Josef Glacier helicopter or Fox Glacier is a unique experience for you. 

    Get ready for the ultimate fun once you are equipped with leather boots.  Take the helicopter ride for your first flight over the apexes of the lower icefall. Take in perspectives of the upper icefall and Victoria Falls, which is the liquefy stream of the shrouded Victoria icy mass, before landing. Climb through the ice sheet and absorb the picturesque strives of the locale. It will be one hell of an experience for all.

  • 90Cathedral Cove Beaches, New Zealand

    If you are more of a romantic or movie freak then this is the perfect place for you in New Zealand. What do you think of when we say running or walking under the cove? Something magical, right. Well, here you have the most beautiful Cathedral Cove beach which is perfect for the romantics and beach lovers. From excellent Hahei Beach on The Coromandel, you can stroll to Cathedral Cove, where a normally framed opening merits photographic consideration. 

    A colossal angled natural cove goes through a white shake headland to join two segregated bays. The arch shaped like a cathedral gives the entire region a quality of loftiness. The shoreline is sandy with shady pohutukawa trees along the foreshore, best for the swimmers.

  • 91Larnach Castle, Dunedin, New Zealand

    Who doesn’t love castles? Well, here you have the perfect chance to explore it to its core. While in New Zealand visit this one of a kind Larnach Castle.Also referred as a mock castle, Larnach Castle on the edge of the Otago Peninsula is located in Dunedin, New Zealand. The Castle is currently exclusive by the Barker Family and worked as a tourism goal. 

    Offering an insight to the Victorian Culture Larnach Castle grandstands ace craftsmanship, New Zealand Antiques and the style of Victorian living. Get an opportunity to find out about the historical backdrop of this mansion and furthermore value the astonishing architecture of this castle.

  • 92Rotorua, New Zealand

    If you have a fetish for exploring the hot springs in New Zealand, then here is another place which is a must visit for you. Try not to miss an opportunity to visit Rotorua. Fountains, bubbling mud pools, and tremendous volcanic pits are something which completes this place as a whole. 

    One can see nature's strengths escape by gurgling, steaming and murmuring from the internal earth. Enjoy a warm pool spa treatment or take a mobile visit to find the sights and ponders of this strange city that sits decisively on the Pacific Ring of Fire. This place is definitely going to make your days on your wonderful vacation.

  • 93Doubtful Sound, South West, New Zealand

    As you known that New Zealand is becoming the hottest destination lately. A lot of new places are added on the bucket list. This time mark your bucket list with a visit to this amazing Doubtful Sound in New Zealand. Also referred as ‘the Sound of Silence', nothing can beat the peacefulness of this amazing land. To be true this place is a heaven for the one who wants to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

    The cove is rich in vegetation, New Zealand Fur Seals and Fiordland Crested Penguins can be seen on a significant number of the little islets at the passageway of the cove.  One can head out for some exciting experiences like kayaking, day cruise, night cruise etc. Get a chance to taste the wilderness while you visit this one of a kind place.

  • 94Fiordland National Park, New Zealand

    Your trip will never be complete without visiting the famous Fiordland National Park in New Zealand.  A wild kingdom where both mountain and valleys compete with each other for some, this national park has caught the eyes of many. Established in the year in 1952, Fiordland National Park is currently more than 1.2 million hectares in size, and incorporates mountain, lake, and inlet and rainforest situations.

     The assortments of natural surroundings in Fiordland bolster a different scope of greenery. Few of the rarest birds like The Takahe and flightless parrot the Kakapo are found here which were considered almost extinct. 

  • 95Pukekura Park, New Zealand

    Another spot which you would love to visit in New Zealand is the Pukekura Park. At the centre of New Plymouth city lies the famous Pukekura Park which was initially a botanical garden. It was opened to the people in 1876. The park incorporates two lakes, one for the children where they can play cricket ground, fernery and show houses, stand, wellspring and waterfall, noteworthy band rotunda and an excitement setting - the Bowl of Brooklands. Another interesting thing about the park is that national and international acts are performed here at Bowl of Brooklands, a natural amphitheater positioned at the edge of a lake.

  • 96Tunnel Beach, Dunedin

    While you are visiting New Zealand there is another which you wouldn’t want to miss. Tunnel Beach is another spot which is attracting a lot of tourist around the world. This tunnel leads the visitor to the waters which are completely a different experience. The passage is somewhat spooky. You might get a bit scared if you talk as one can hear it at the very end of the other part. 

    People must trek through a private farmland to reach the shoreline. It was opened in 1983and is 500 feet above ocean level. The passage leads to the highest point which then leads visitors down 72 stages to the shoreline.

  • 97Huka Falls

    Just a couple of minutes drive north of Taupo, this astounding waterfall is the most attractive spot in New Zealand. It is about 11-meter high and the cascading water makes it all more beautiful. The sheer volume of water streaming over the falls adds up to 220,000 liters for every second - enough to fill one Olympic estimated swimming pool in 11 seconds. 

    Appreciate the beauty of this place as you stroll close by the stream and meander around the nearby places. The perfectly clear water will definitely take your breath away. What’s more all you have to do is enjoy the smooth shower after you reach there by boat.

  • 98Moeraki Boulders

    Who doesn’t move mysteries? Well then here you have the most exciting and the phenomenal Moeraki Boulders just for you in New Zealand. The Moeraki Boulders are an assembly of vast circular "stones" on Koekohe Beach close Moeraki on New Zealand's Otago drift. 

    These stones are really solidifications that have been uncovered through shoreline disintegration from seaside bluffs that back the shoreline. The stones are a standout amongst the most interesting and prevalent attractions on the South Island. They initially shaped in old ocean depths silt around 60 million years prior and now are one of the most visited destinations here. Take some time to stare at these boulders while clicking some amazing pictures.

  • 99Otago Central Rail Trail

    The Otago Central Trail is another interesting thing which you would love to explore while you visit New Zealand. The Otago Central Rail Trail offers an exemplary mix of normal magnificence, intriguing history, agreeable towns, alongside incredible nearby nourishment and wine.  

    Get a chance to enjoy the scenic beauty of this place as you ride through the Otago Central Rail Trail which offers a lot of amazing sights. There are a lot of redirecting sights both on and close to the trail, including spooky passages, abnormal scaffolds, surrendered gold diggings and piles of noteworthy structures in styles from agrarian to craftsmanship deco. Get ready for this thrilling experience.

  • 100Hot Water Beach

    Just the name itself gives you Goosebumps rights? As the name goes this Hot water beach in New Zealand attracts a lot of tourist around the globe. In Hot water beach, one can find naturally warmed mineral water which rises from profound inside the earth to rise through brilliant sand. 

    Just close to the stones at the southern end of the shoreline, you can delve your own spa pool in the sand. It might sound strange yet lie in a pool of boiling point water just meters from the invigorating ocean is something you would love.

  • 101Mount Aspiring National Park

    Known as hiker’s paradise Mount Aspiring National Park is another spot which will definitely swoon you off your feet. Be it the surrounding or the scenic views you will be completely awestruck here. One of New Zealand's most elevated pinnacles, this stop is a lala land of mountains, icy masses, stream valleys and snow-capped lakes. 

    Mount Aspiring National Park offers countless strolls that are for the most part amassed toward the finish of the recreation center's frontage roads. One can choose for a long hike or a short hike once they are here. Another interesting thing is that your short walk will lead you to over a swing scaffold to a review stage disregarding great perfectly clear pools at the mouth of Blue River.

  • 102Hooker Valley Track

    As New Zealand is becoming the latest dream destination for all, a lot of new places are becoming favorites among all. Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park is rugged park which is known for ice and rocks. Strolling on one of the tracks is an ideal approach to encounter the untouched land. 

    The Hooker Valley track is generally level and all around shaped yet a few areas are rough or sloppy, and there are three swing extensions to cross.One can find beautiful icy masses, ice sheets and superb mountains will make them go after your camera every step of the way. And most of all get ready to experience the change of weather all of a sudden.

  • 103Electrum Kaukapakapa

    Just like the Frankenstein movies would you love to see some electric current sparkling bright in the mid air? As the name goes Electrum is a model that utilizes lightning as the real part. Genuine lightning, which is once in a while observed very close, can center and clear the brain. 

    This amazing sculpture Auckland 38 feet tall and is basically a segment of a circle on the top. Hidden inside the figure is a 130,000 watt Tesla Coil which is the biggest of its kind on the planet. Visit this amazing place to witness the light glowing in the middle of the air.

  • 104Devil’s Bath, Waiotapu

    The Devil's Bath might not have the same attraction as other destination in the region, yet it is as yet the most attractive. The pool sits in a slight gloom likely made from a huge emission from underground. The splendid green water gets its shading from stores of sulfur that ascent to the surface and buoy on top. 

    The green colour signifies the dynamic mineral while different tints found over the park like blues, red etc are basically the volcanic components. Visit this one of a kind park to soak in its amazing beauty as well as witness this amazing Devil’s bath.

  • 105Pancake Rocks, Punakaiki

    The name might sound a bit funny but once you step foot into this place you will go all lala over it again. Looking like mammoth pancakes these inquisitive limestone developments are particularly awesome at high tide in a westerly ocean. The Pancake Rocks are most fabulous in the Putai range. 

    They were framed 30 million years prior from moment pieces of dead marine animals and plants arrived on the seabed around 2 km underneath the surface. Another interesting thing here are the blowholes which act as a guard during high tide in the westerly hills. Click some memorable pictures while you visit this astounding spot.

  • 106Stuart Landsborough’s Puzzling World

    With a blend of odd structures, rooms of hallucination and the world-acclaimed Great Maze this fascination is intended to astound your cerebrum and test your view of reality. Stuart Landsborough's Puzzling World is a world remarkable fascination with a subject of bewildering erraticism. 

    Take some astounding photographs of the peculiar buildings. And if you wish to use the toilet in between your visit then be alert as, your reality will never be the same again. Don’t miss a chance to visit this place. All you just have to do is be bold enough to solve all the puzzles as let the mystery mystify you.

  • 107The Tree Church

    As they say, there is no end to exploring the places in a new place. Then here is another one for you. Set in particular gardens The TreeChurch, Ohaupo, is an absolutely real structure composed and worked by Barry Cox to be an attraction for all. Enlivened by Barry's affection for Churches, this is an extraordinary venture which he started. 

    With a lot of perfection, Barry showed how a normal garden can be made utilizing a Tree-Spade, the Tree Church greenery enclosures and Labyrinth walk is an invited withdraw from society. Cox's grounds additionally incorporate green garden strolls and a medieval-style maze. Outside weddings are dependably a bet, yet at any rate, this one gives a rooftop in any case.

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