North and South Island are quite different and if you're going to
New Zealand you really should visit them both.
New Zealand Regions,
Wines and Wineries of New Zealand.
North Island -
Getting Around New Zealand
Let New Zealand coaches transport you to
some of the best places around the islands
including the Scottish City of Dunedin in the South, the art deco City of Napier in Hawkes
Bay, the beautiful Pacific Coast town of Mt Maunganui as well as Northland and the sunny
Bay of Islands.
Proudly New Zealand-owned, InterCity Coachlines operates spacious, modern and
well-equipped, air conditioned coaches. So sit back, put your feet up and relax in
An alternative coach travel network developed specifically for backpackers and like-minded
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New Zealand's 29 regions stretch more than
1,600 kilometres across two main islands.
Each destination is distinctive in
character, and with the country being so
compact, you can easily visit several on
Central Otago is the worlds southern most wine producing region
and its most spectacular.
The summers are hot and dry, the winters crisp and snowy, and
all set to a backdrop of exhilarating mountains and high country scenery.
are ideal for the production of high quality Pinot Noir and Riesling wines.
New Zealand has
Eight Main Wine Rroducing Regions.
and Central Otago.
New Zealand Cities:
Find out more about New Zealand's cities and towns.
Oceania Index - Oceania Tourism -
Oceania Travel Websites.
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