New Zealand Oct 2016

To help you on with your holiday plans, we have detailed our fantastic journey around the globe on videos and easy-to-read fact sheets complete with contact details and links.

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Queenstown Drive and 4WD
There are many roads around the world that are famous for delivering sheer beauty and New Zealand has a few of these! The Queenstown – Glenorchy Road has to be one of, if not the best, on the South Island. read more

Queenstown Amisfield Winery
Queenstown is full of great food and wine, and a destination you just must stop and see. Amisfield Winery is one place you need to visit. The winery was designed by architect Warren Mahony, and the architecture of the place is incredible. read more

Paddle Wanaka
Wanaka is the fourth biggest lake in all of New Zealand.  And whilst it can be incredibly peaceful, there are also many activities you can do, from fishing to paddling, or even jet boating. read more

Mt Aspiring National Park
Chrissy Morrissy and Trevor Cochrane explore Mt Aspiring National park by helicopter, flying over valleys and through thick bush land, up into breathtaking ranges. read more

Hokitika Gorge and Township
Hokitika is a beachside town just forty-five minutes drive from south of Greymouth.  There are many talented artists and it is well known for being a creative town.  It’s also a great base for day trips. read more

Greymouth Punakaiki
There’s nothing quite like a great car trip, and Chrissy Morrissy and Trevor Cochrane enjoy their drive down the coast. This is a bit more rugged with spectacular scenery of the Tasman Sea on the way to Punakaiki. read more

TranzAlpine train
A great train journey can be found on board the TranzAlpine, which transports us from Christchurch, the gateway to the South Island, across to Greymouth on the rugged West Coast. read more

Christchurch
Christchurch is the gateway to the South Island; full of historical and contemporary architecture, including good food and wine. Trevor Cochrane shows us some of the fantastic features of Christchurch. read more