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  • SNOWPLANET - Auckland

    SNOWPLANET - Auckland

    …you can enjoy the excitement of snow sports and the atmosphere of a snow village only a quick 25 minute drive from downtown Auckland. At Snowplanet you can try your hand at Skiing, Snowboarding, Snow Tubing or Tobogganing. Otherwise you can relax in Snowplanet’s 7 Summits Restaurant and Bar.
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  • Auckland Scenic Highlights, Places to See in Auckland New Zealand

    Auckland Region Information Regional Information Key information and facts about the Auckland region. Activity Highlights Major activities and attractions in the Auckland region. Scenic Highlights Major natural attractions in the Auckland region. History History of the Auckland region. Auckland

  • Hunting, Fishing & Ski Lodge Accommodation | NZ TOURISM GUIDE

    …Hunting and Fishing Wherever you go in New Zealand, you're never far away from the perfect location for outdoor activity, be it fly fishing or hunting. New Zealand sports lodges cater to the outdoor interests that surround them, so you can choose from ski lodges, fishing lodges, hunting lodges,…

  • Auckland Adventures: Adventure Tours & Day Tours in Auckland

    …near Matamata in the North Island of New Zealand. Our adventure tours of Auckland offer a free pick up service from the CBD area. Auckland Adventures also operate a variety of group adventures for eight or more people. Group adventures include: abseiling, camping, team building weekends and skiing

  • June Weather in New Zealand

    …scenery as well as great skiing opportunities. Needless to say, visitors to New Zealand in June need to pack warm and waterproof clothing – although if luggage space is at premium, ski clothing can usually be hired especially in major skiing centres. If Auckland is one of your destinations…

  • August Weather in New Zealand

    …out in the snow almost always generates a great appetite!) * Heliskiing – If you can ski a blue run, why not try heli-skiing? You'll be taken by helicopter to heights of between 1400m and 2,200m to ski on the very best powder snow Mother Nature has created. * Snowboarding – Tried skiing

  • July Weather in New Zealand

    in Queenstown, July is actually the driest month of the year. In Wellington, the temperate climate feels much colder when the southerly winds blow, but generally speaking the winter in the capital is short and never extreme. (And don't forget your waterproofs for that Auckland rain!) Unmissable in

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