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The coast may be stunning in these parts, but there’s also a heap to see inland, including this beautiful lake area.
It’s entry by koha (donation) here, but this small district museum is typical of the small town Kiwi museum, packed full of early photos of the region and relics of the pioneer days.
Phone: view phone+64-6-752 9072
A treasure trove of all things Southland all under the one roof, set in beautiful Queen’s Park. Come and check out the extensive, eclectic exhibitions on show.
One of New Zealand’s LARGEST personal collections!
Over 50 years of collecting makes a unique display.
Being well sheltered, it’s often perfectly calm and beautifully reflective – begging to be photographed. Come at sunrise or sunset for the best snaps. Come and picnic lakeside and enjoy the views over a leisurely lunch.
We provide many different types of accommodation including powered & non-powered sites, motels, kiwi baches, ensuite cabins, cabins right on the picturesque shores lake Tekapo.
Take a stroll in one of Taranaki’s gorgeous country gardens, with its hidden pathways, swamp gardens, flower beds and sculpture, or just relax on the beautiful lawns, while the kids have a play in the children’s area.
Grab a fresh-roasted coffee and take a wander. You’ll find wines, locally produced olive oil, freshly baked bread and all sorts of goodies at the Marlborough Farmer’s Market in Blenheim.
Starting at Whites Bay, this pleasant track zig-zags up the hill through a pine plantation, follows Port Underwood Road for a short stretch, then winds down to the wild sweep of Rarangi Beach.
Marlborough’s spectacular eastern coastline, with its rugged mountains and the wild Cloudy Bay coastline, is well worth exploring, and this historic road from Picton is a great way to do it!