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  • June Weather in New Zealand

    …at premium, ski clothing can usually be hired especially in major skiing centres. If Auckland is one of your destinations during June, pack for its rainy weather. The city receives most of its rain during June, July and August. Temperatures on the South Island are cooler than on the North Island,…

  • December Weather in New Zealand

    …opposed to winter) in December is always a bit of a novelty. A 'hot Christmas' is celebrated by many New Zealanders with a 'barbie on the beach' rather than with a cooked roast meal. The summer months of December, January and February typically bring with them high temperatures and sunshine. Days…

  • August Weather in New Zealand

    …Weather Autumn Weather Winter Weather September December March June October January April July November February May August Weather in the Major Centres Find out: where to expect 'four seasons in one day', where to find New Zealand's semi-tropical regions, which city is the sunniest, where to…

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    …Weather Autumn Weather Winter Weather September December March June October January April July November February May August Weather in the Major Centres Find out: where to expect 'four seasons in one day', where to find New Zealand's semi-tropical regions, which city is the sunniest, where to…

  • FAQ's about New Zealand, Frequently Asked Questions About New Zealand

    February, while the coldest are in June, July and August. Don't let cold months put you off - winters tend to be short and generally fairly mild. What is the water temperature? The water temperature of the sea surrounding New Zealand varies between seasons, and is warmer the further north you go. In

  • May 2015 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    February or early March hosts eye-popping sessions of speed-shearing, wool handling and wool pressing. And if it all gets too much, relax in the paddock with the four-legged participants." The Waitomo Caves scored a place on the most illuminating experiences in the UN year of light and Auckland's

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