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  • God's Own Country. Image courtesy of NZIFFEvents

    New Zealand International Film Festival

     

    Updated 3 August 2017 First founded in 1969 as the Auckland International Film Festival, the New Zealand International Film Festival has now grown to include the cities of Wellington, Dunedin, Christchurch, and twelve provincial cities, as well as Auckland. From July until September, a programme of over 170 films from nearly 50 countries will be

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    03 August, 2017

  • The magnificent Mitre Peak, Milford SoundDestinations

    Our South Island Adventure with GO Rentals

     

    One of our GO Explorers recently got in touch to tell us they were heading on a South Island road trip so we asked them if they wanted to tell us all about it – we’re really glad they did because it sounds like they had an awesome adventure! Let’s hand over to GO Explorer

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    10 February, 2017

  • Famous Moeraki Boulders at sunrise, Koekohe beach,Otago, South Island, New ZealandDestinations

    The mysterious Moeraki Boulders

     

    The Moeraki Boulders are a must-do on any South Island road trip and a great stopping off point on the road south from Christchurch to Dunedin. These magical spherical boulders are around 60 million years old and you will find them scattered all along Koekohe Beach. The Moeraki Boulders are steeped in Maori legend and

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    05 July, 2016

  • Image taken over the landscape aboard the TranzAlpine train from Christchurch to GreymouthAttractions

    TranzAlpine – NZs most scenic railway journey

     

    Now here is a HUGE claim to kick off this blog post! Not only is the TranzAlpine train journey undeniably the most scenic railway in New Zealand, it is arguably the most scenic railway in the world. Wowser. We told you it was a big claim! We are perhaps a little biased – after all,

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    27 April, 2016

  • Hooker Valley Mt CookDestinations

    The spectacular Mt Cook National Park

     

    As the winter draws closer and we say good bye to another breathtaking New Zealand summer, it’s time to look forward to some fantastic winter activities and New Zealand’s South Island is a must for any adventure enthusiast during the winter months. Mount Cook National Park Whilst Queenstown understandably attracts the majority of visitors during

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    14 April, 2016

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    Visiting Farewell Spit – NZ’s longest sand spit

     

    Farewell Spit, New Zealand’s longest sand spit system, is a must see destination for every visitor. Located on the northern tip of New Zealand’s South Island, Farewell Spit stretches for 30 kilometres, earning the title of the country’s longest sand spit. A huge 26 kilometres can be seen above sea level, while the remaining six

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    14 January, 2015