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Skydive Queenstown    Region: Queenstown 0.3 KM Queenstown
It takes a certain kind of person to jump out an aircraft from 15,000ft. It takes courage. Harnessed to an experienced jumpmaster, expect sensory overload as you reach terminal velocity/200kph. The personal challenge is immense! Located amidst the most breath-taking scenery in the world. Achievement doesn't come sweeter!
Ancient Kauri Kingdom    Region: Northland 8.9 KM Kaitaia
Witness NZ's finest range of art, craft and furniture made from a resource unique to NZ - Ancient Kauri. Within this shop is a huge 50-tonne log which has an internal staircase within it, leading you to a mezzanine floor above. While you are here you can relax in our lovely, licensed cafe. Open 7 days. Entry free. 7 kms north of Kaitaia. Ph/Fax 09-4067172
Maori village evening and hangi dinner    Region: Bay of Plenty 11.5 KM Waiotapu
The Tamaki Maori village evening combines traditional Maori cultural performances with cooked hangi dinner. The tour starts with the travel through the ancient tawa forest to learn Maori customs before entering the village. Before and during the three course hangi dinner cooked in the ground, Maori performances cover traditional ceremonies, dancing, singing and storytelling. The tribal marketplace allows to discover arts, crafts and weaponry and tattooing methods.
NZ design and art, made in New Zealand    Region: Taranaki 0.5 KM New Plymouth
KINA is a boutique design store,art gallery & on-line shop proudly supporting New Zealand/Aotearoa designers, craftspeople & artists. This is the perfect place to shop if you are looking for a distinctive slice of New Zealand made art and design. KINA is a destination for affordable gifts which express the enviable Kiwi individual spirit and style from jewellery, ceramics, sculpture, glass & more.
Coast to Coast Tours Eco-tour West Auckland    Region: Northland 14.8 KM Helensville
Eco-themed Qualmark endorsed day tour of West Auckland where our family has lived since 1922. Small personal groups hosted by NZ-born operators. Includes lunch, Waitakere rainforest, craft-shopping, BeesOnline honey centre, wine-tasting, Muriwai beach and gannet colony. Visit our sheep farm and Homestead for afternoon tea. Unique Native tree planting for carbon offset. Exclusive tours available.
Te Puia New Zealand Maori Arts & Crafts Institute    Region: Rotorua 3 KM Rotorua
Te Puia spans 70 hectares within the historic Te Whakarewarewa Valley, on the edge of town. We are home to the world famous Pohutu geyser, to mud pools, hot springs, to silica formations to the Kiwi bird and the national schools of wood carving, weaving, stone and bone carving. We have shared these treasures with manuhiri (visitors) for 170 years and proudly continue that legacy today.
The Gold Room - Gold Nuggets & Jewellery    Region: West Coast 0.4 KM Hokitika
At The Gold Room Westland's rich gold mining story comes to life, as beautiful jewellery crafted from the locally found natural gold nuggets and flakes. Watch our jeweller working with the natural gold, creating the exclusive piece of unique nugget jewellery. Our philosophy when creating jewellery with the natural gold is to leave the nuggets in their original state. Open 7 da
Combination attraction and sightseeing tours    Region: Rotorua 0.2 KM Rotorua
Various organized half day and full day bus tours in Rotorua combining attractions from the region depending on interests. With hotel pickup services these convenient Rotorua tours include combinations of the Tamaki Maori village evening with hangi dinner, Te Puia Maori arts and crafts, Whakarewarewa thermal valley, Rainbow Springs Nature Park, the Agrodome sheep show and extreme sport adventures at Agroventures Adventure Park. Additional tours include the Skyline gondola and lake boat lunch cruise.
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    Region: Wellington 1.4 KM Wellington
Renowned musicians Andrew Joyce and Jian Liu have crafted an ambitious programme that celebrates their musical and cultural heritages. Showcasing music for cello and piano from the UK, China, and NZ, the virtuosic duo bring a colourful assortment of ...
Start Date:    End Date:    Venue: St Andrews on the Terrace - Wellington   Distance: 1.4 KM from Wellington
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