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  • South Island Regional Information & Travel Information New Zealand

    …kilometres (58,093 square miles), making it the 12th largest island in the world. The west coast is lined by the Southern Alps mountain ranges with Aoraki/Mount Cook being the highest point at 3,724 metres (12,218 feet) above sea level. The island was named 'Te Waka a Maui' by the Maori as according…

  • HERITAGE HANMER SPRINGS - Hanmer Springs : New Zealand Tourism Guide

    …this was our third stay. It was very clean and comfortable." BRIAN VARNEY, Feb 2018 "Outstanding. Many thanks to Hil (whose personal experience of the area we were visiting was excellent) and her colleague who both made our onward journeys interesting and well-informed. They deserve highest praise!"…

  • New Zealand Golf, Golf Courses New Zealand, New Zealand Driving Ranges

    …has many magnificently designed, world renowned golf courses. Many of our golf courses are set against breathtaking panoramas of snow-capped mountains, lakes, forests and seascapes. The views might be priceless, but the green fees are very affordable even at New Zealand's top championship courses.…

  • April 2016 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …side of the Southern Alps, the Tasman Glacier. This glacier is 27km long and covers an area of 101 square kilometres, below the country's highest mountain – Mount Cook. The Tasman Glacier offers some of the best heli-hiking in the country because of the shear amount of ice in the valley and the…


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