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There are so many wonderful places to visit in New Zealand, it can be hard to pick! Get to know what makes each of our New Zealand destinations special.

Want to learn more? Get in touch with the i-SITE Visitor Information Centres in each region (you'll find them listed at the bottom of each regional page), or click through to the local official Regional Tourism Organisation. They're the good folks that promote their regions to visitors, and help showcase the best attractions, experiences and adventures they have to offer.

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Rotorua

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Rotorua is known for bubbling mud pools, shooting geysers and natural hot springs, as well as showcasing our fascinating Māori culture.

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Bay of Plenty

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The Bay of Plenty region is home to spectacular beaches and juicy kiwifruit.

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Northland

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The subtropical Northland region of New Zealand stretches upwards from Auckland to the very top of New Zealand. Take a journey along the Twin Coast Discovery Highway to the iconic Bay of Islands, as well as the Kauri Coast, the Far North, and Whangarei.

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Nelson - Tasman

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Nelson Tasman is an extraordinary, vibrant region where art and businesses thrive together among a stunning natural landscape.

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Taranaki

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From world-class surf breaks to a perfectly formed volcanic peak, Taranaki offers countless opportunities for adventure.

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Waikato

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Just south of Auckland lies the Hamilton-Waikato region; a land of lush pastures that was chosen to play The Shire in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films.

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