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These towering rocks are one of Taranaki

Clifton Road, Tongaporutu, New Zealand New Plymouth,Taranaki
    In the bush

    Tawhitokino Regional Park

    Kawakawa Bay Coast Road, south-east Auckland. Auckland South & East
      By   hig_37  on Flickr

      The Homer Tunnel is an integral part of the southern South Island linking Milford Sound to Te Anau and Queenstown....

      Te Anau Milford Queenstown & Wanaka
        By  itravelnz on Flickr

        Take a grand 1906 building, put more than $15 million into a carefully planned restoration in 2005, and you have a breathtaking building.

        88 Tay Street, Invercargill Invercargill & Southland

          The gardens contain plants from such diverse habitats as the Himalayan high mountains to the semi tropical climes of Mexico and Brasil. The range of trees, both evergreen and decidous is very wide.

          RD 2 Napier, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand Napier & Hawke's Bay

          Phone: view phone+6468349704

          Website: http://www.trelinnoepark.c...

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            Welcome to The Elms Mission House and Gardens, site of Tauranga's former Mission Station (1835) and now its foremost historic visitor attraction.

            15 Mission Street, Tauranga, New Zealand 3112 Tauranga, Bay of Plenty

            Phone: view phone+6475779772


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              Tunnel Beach has been called the most romantic spot in Dunedin. Stunning coastline, and an impressive hand carved archway are up for viewing here, as well as the chance to get up close and personal with some fossils.

              Green Island Bush Road, Dunedin. Dunedin & Otago
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                Established in 1887, Tongariro was the first national park in New Zealand and the fourth in the world.

                Tongariro National Park, Whakapapa Village Manawatu, Whanganui

                Phone: view phone+64 7 892 3729


                  The Ark has a cottage/florist garden with shrubs, trees and perennials. It is open to the public for a gold coin donation and its most colourful time is from November through to Autumn. A small selection of quality plants are available for sale.

                  8 Harrington Place, New Zealand Dunedin & Otago

                  Phone: view phone+6434859328


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                    Trott's Garden was planned from the beginning. The woodland area was developed around a series of gently curving paths. Later the water gardens were added and finally the English inspired formal gardens.

                    371 Racecourse Road, Ashburton 7776, New Zealand Christchurch & Canterbury

                    Phone: view phone+6433089530


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