Wrap up – It’s Wintertime!
Travel19... Actually I love to travel in Winter as it is the season of freshness, cheers and pleasant environment everywhere. I enjoyed the winter tour in New Ze
Forsyth Barr Stadium Ready for Rugby World Cup
Adventurefuse... We are also excited about the rugby world cup and we are facilitating a link between those of us who are attending the Rugby World Cup and would like
Early Bird Ski Pass Sale Extended
chaseone... That's good news that they have extended the early bird Season Pass sale, as I can imagine a lot of people, that would normally have been on the ball
New hot pools for Franz Josef Village on the West Coast
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Sweet Escape in Arrowtown
Michelle Berridge – Editor... There are no flights directly into Arrowtown - you'll need to fly into Queenstown (which is, by the way, a magnificent place to fly into with its lake
Although justly famous for action and adventure, New Zealand boasts a wide range of other activities to keep you entertained from dawn till dusk ... and beyond!
Yesterday was the first official day of summer in New Zealand – what better way to celebrate than at the 2011 Pohutukawa Festival in The Coromandel. This weekend is the
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Yay, New Zealand’s All Blacks won Rugby World Cup 2011! And we could hardly be more excited. Like the rest of New Zealand, we erupted into celebration mode the moment
The energy in the air was palpable this weekend – New Zealand’s Auckland City fair crackled with excitement. Rugby World Cup 2011 Semi Finals weekend had finally arrived.
Wow! A whirlwind of Rugby World Cup 2011 Quarter Finals was witnessed in Auckland and Wellington over the weekend.
It had grown men crying in their Heinekens.
It would make a good pub quiz question. Where and when was the first Rugby union game played in New Zealand?
It’s the biggest sporting event ever held in New Zealand, and Rugby World Cup 2011 is gripping the nation with drama on and off the Rugby field.
It’s been a huge weekend in New Zealand with Rugby World Cup 2011 kicking off on Friday night – after an amazing Opening Ceremony – and several great Rugby matches
With the Rugby World Cup 2011 kicking off in New Zealand in less than a month, excitement is building to fever pitch – perfect timing for the opening of the
It’s time to take your taste-buds on a journey through Kiwi cuisine! From 5 August till 21 August, Wellington transforms into New Zealand’s number-one culinary hot-spot for the Visa Wellington