2014 Edition
Welcome!

The A to Z New Zealand Visitor Guide has been especially prepared to cater for the intending visitor to the southern half of New Zealand's South Island or Te Wai Pounamu, including Dunedin, Invercargill and the surrounding Coastal Otago and Southland regions, Queenstown, Fiordland and the Southern Lakes areas; also included is Stewart Island or Rakiura.

It is packed with visitor information to help you get the most out of your southern New Zealand vacation, including the many exciting attractions and activities available, accommodation, transport, sightseeing, tours, shopping and restaurants. New York Mets Jerseys

We have also provided detailed regional information with plenty of photos and maps.

A world of diversity ĘC from rugged mountains to wild & deserted coastline, golden hill country to crystal alpine lakes, the southern regions of New Zealand are amongst the most diverse and physically beautiful on earth.

Queenstown & Southern Lakes
Covering Queenstown, Arrowtown, Wanaka, Northern Southland /  Kingston , Fiordland  including Te Anau, Manapouri , Doubtful and Milford Sounds, Southern Scenic Route as well as Alexandra, Cromwell and Central Otago. Also featured is the Otago Central Rail Trail which links Central Otago through to Middlemarch and Taieri Gorge Railway to Dunedin on the coast.

 
Coastal Otago & Southland
Covering Oamaru and Waitaki District, Dunedin, and the Otago Peninsula,Clutha and The Catlins in Otago, and Gore, Invercargill, Bluff, Stewart Island, Riverton and Tuatapere in Southland. Also featured is the Southern Scenic Route, which links Dunedin and Invercargill through to Fiordland and Queenstown.

Actitities & Sports
Covering Gardens, Heritage, Museums, Jetboating, Cycling, Fishing, Golfing, Skiing, Surfing, Hiking / Tramping, Wineries in the south.

 
ebooks
Dunedin AtoZ Visitor Guide Southland & Fiordland AtoZ Visitor Guide
 
Southern Scenic Route Brochure  


 
Other Information
IMPORTANT LINKS
Driving & Road Safety Information in English, Japanese & German.
DOC( Department of Conservation )
Maori history & current news & cultural links

[Many More Important Information Links...]
   
Mobile Sites
 
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