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Discover the pristine wonders of New Zealand, a land of immense & diverse natural landscapes from the spectacular scenery of the far north to the dramatic wilderness of its southernmost reaches

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Famous and popular Wellington cable car Featured New Zealand Print

Famous and popular Wellington cable car

This Funicular railway has two cars, connecting the city's main shopping street, Lambton Quay, with the Botanic gardens 120m (400 feet) above. Over its length of 600 metres it passes over three bridges and through three tunnels

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Mount Taranaki and Lake Mangamahoe, New Zealand Featured New Zealand Print

Mount Taranaki and Lake Mangamahoe, New Zealand

The dormant volcano is also known as Mount Egmont and is located near New Plymouth in the Taranaki District of the North Island of New Zealand

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Wellington waterfront viewed from Mount Victoria Featured New Zealand Print

Wellington waterfront viewed from Mount Victoria

Showing Aotea Quay for cruise ships and cargo vessels next to Westpac Stadium known as "The Cake Tin" home to "Wellington Lions" Rugby, "The Hurricanes" Rugby Sevens, and regular venue for football (soccer), cricket and entertainment events. Known for its steep hills and strong winds, Wellington is the capital and second largest city in New Zealand

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