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  • New Zealand Flag, Flags of New Zealand

    New Zealand flag gained impetus. Flag of the United Tribes of New Zealand The first New Zealand flag was adopted on 9 March 1834 after a vote made by the United Tribes of New Zealand. One of three flags that were initially proposed, this flag became known as the Flag of the United Tribes of New

  • New Zealand Key Facts, Key Facts on New Zealand

    Zealand * Eco Friendly Travel Guide * Education in New Zealand * Entertainment * Flight Times * Free Camping / Freedom Camping * General New Zealand Statistics * Population of New Zealand * Green Globe New Zealand * Health and Safety * Immigration and Visa Information * Language * New Zealand Flag *…

  • New Zealand Surfing, New Zealand Surf

    …in New Zealand, but the mild, temperate New Zealand climate makes it possible to surf in New Zealand all year round, although a wet suit is recommended for the cooler months. So, wax down your surfboard and head to New Zealand's superb beaches for some surf and sun, kiwi style. New Zealand Surfing…

  • Akaroa History New Zealand

    …settlement by the French in New Zealand. Their influence is still evident in this vibrant tourist town—look for French street names, quaint historic buildings and inspired cuisine. Maori History Maori Carving with Moko New Zealand Photographer: Ian Trafford (www.iantraffordphotos.com)…

  • New Zealand Resorts

    …beach, build sand castles and if supervised, swim between the lifeguard flags. For the perfect winter holiday, why not stay at a ski resort. Spend your day skiing and snowboarding the world-class ski fields of New Zealand, and in the evenings relax in your alpine resort accommodation. Golf resorts…

  • Gisborne Activities New Zealand

    Skip to main content Home »Visitor Information »New Zealand Regions »Eastland »Gisborne Activities Gisborne Activities Gisborne | Regional Information | Activity Highlights | Scenic Highlights | History Gisborne is the place for adventure—surfing, swimming, white water…

  • PUKEKURA PARK - New Plymouth : New Zealand Tourism Guide

    …PARK - New Plymouth PUKEKURA PARK - New Plymouth Visit Web Site Often described as the jewel in New Plymouth's crown, Pukekura Park covers 52ha (128 acres) right in the heart of the city and is one of New Zealand's premier botanical gardens. The park has an international Green Flag award and…

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