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Quite apart from its captivating natural beauty - think juicy, green vineyards, soaring, snow-dusted mountain ranges and expansive, cobalt skies - Marlborough, New Zealand, is home to some of the world’s most well-regarded sauvignon blanc vineyards. Need a Break explore 10 unmissable cellar doors near

Invercargill, New Zealand’s southernmost city and capital of Southland, is an elegant city with plenty to keep you busy. Picturesque, wide streets, lined with gorgeous Edwardian, Victorian and Art Deco architecture. Generous parklands. Art galleries, museums and fresh oysters.   Queens Park One of the most important parks in New

New Zealand is renowned for having a wondrously cold climate, idyllic winter snowfall and some of the best mountains and ski locations in the whole world. So when the heat hinders and the cold comes you’ll want to make the most of New Zealand’s beautiful

New Zealand’s North Island is a day-tripper’s delight, with spectacular drawcards dotted across the island. Many visitors will base themselves out of Auckland, but the charming harbourside town of Tauranga, New Zealand, in the Bay of Plenty is a picturesque alternative. The serene harbour, impressive

The Northlands of New Zealand are an adventurer’s wonderland, with sweeping coastlines, epic marine parks, soaring mountains and hidden caves. Whangarei, with its charming harbourside location and abundance of local activities, is the perfect place to base yourself as you take in the best of

NeedaBreak’s top 10 Wellington must-dos breaks the back of this snappy little city, and will help you feel like a local in no time.   1. Wellington Cable Car Ok, so while not really an insider’s tip, what a Wellington Cable Car ride will do is give you