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NEW ZEALAND TOURING MAP
Manawatawhi /
Three Kings Islands
Cape Reinga Spirits
(Te Rerengawairua) Bay
Waitiki
Landing
Kilometres (km)
Great Exhibition
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Bay
et
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1
M
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10
Ahipara
Cavalli Is
42
12
Opononi
11
10
Taupo 82 249 296 143 605 153 350 280
Rotorua 331 312 225 561 107 287 234
Palmerston North 234 178 853 401 394 528
17
KawakawaWhangaruru Harbour
13
53
1
Napier 748 296 216 423
Ngunguru
Maungatapere
56
89
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Wellsford Cape Rodney
19
Matakana
Tryphena
Warkworth
ar
1
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58
Cape Colville
ur
27
16
37
47
18
pa R
21
Waitara
3
Inglewood
18
21
Mt Taranaki or 3
Cape Egmont 37
Mt Egmont
2518
EGMONT
Opunake
30
13
South
Taranaki Bight
Sara Orme
27
Patea
Adam Bryce
17
Waverley
47
3
Wanganui
3
1
49
5
KAIMANAWA
Turangi FOREST
PARK
TONGARIRO
N P 60
Ohakune 1
Marton
22
1
7
23
Waitarere
57
39
26 56
Shannon
20
Levin
Mitre
1571
2
3
41
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50
31
38
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AORANGI
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Cape Palliser
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Tolaga Bay
35
47
Gisborne
Wairoa
68
31
Mahia Beach
MAHIA PENINSULA
Waipatiki Beach
Hawke Bay
Napier
21
Cape Kidnappers
Havelock North
2
16
26
Te Puia Springs
61
117
5
27
Eketahuna
Waikaremoana 106
Riv er
ka
2
Woodville
Pahiatua
Te Karaka
Lake
Waikaremoana
38
64
Lake Ferry
Palliser
Bay
TE UREWERA
NATIONAL
PARK
Hastings
Waikanae
Paraparaumu
TARARUA Masterton 40 Castlepoint
FP
25
38
Plimmerton 27 Upper
30
Carterton
Hutt
Greytown
41
Riversdale Beach
Porirua
58
Featherston
24 23
Lower Hutt18
RIMUTAKA F P Martinborough
Cape
Wainuiomata
Terawhiti
Eastbourne 36
WELLINGTON
21
oh
37
36
WHIRINAKI
FOREST
PARK
Kaweka
1724
Mangaweka
1731
12
PARK
2
53
FOREST 27
PARK
Waipawa
54
Norsewood
Waipukurau
22
43
Takapau
Kimbolton
33
2
Feilding
Dannevirke
Ashhurst
23
16
23
1
37
M
Ruatoria
70
Kaingaroa
Forest
FOREST
PARK
Taihape
RUAHINE
21
142
KAWEKA
Waiouru
Opotiki
55
Taupo
Ruapehu
43
Manawatu River18
The lower North Island is a great place for indulging your
passions for fine wine, art, theatre and creative cuisine. Soak
up New Zealand’s traditional and contemporary culture in the
museums, galleries and boutiques of the country’s capital
city, Wellington. Wairarapa offers a diverse experience
for those who appreciate great wine and character
accommodation. On the Kapiti Coast you’ll find an island
wildlife sanctuary, fantastic golf and artisan food producers.
Kinloch
Hikurangi
1752
FOREST
55
60
Murupara
5
MtTongariro
Mt Ngauruhoe
47
Palmerston North
23
62
21
Himatangi Beach 31
Foxton
Lower North Island
46
100
Rangitikei R
Kapiti
Island
25
36
31
Bulls
Hobbiton, Waikato
22
4
Ratana
Cathedral Cove, Coromandel
68
41
Hunterville
Otaki
20
74
East Cape
RAUKUMARA
Whakatane
13
Mt Tarawera
1111
38
Mt Whakapapa Village
26
30
Hicks Bay
44 35
47
54
Moutohora Island
Matata
2
Edgecumbe
Lake Taupo
36 49
19
30
19
50
(Taupomoana)
49
Pipiriki
Hawera
anui R
ang
Wh
Manaia
Cruise on Waitemata Harbour, Auckland
58
43
4
Whakahoro
National Park
WHANGANUI
NATIONAL
PARK Raetihi
43
NP
Stratford
Eltham
29
43
32
51
Owhango
48
16
29
Bay of Plenty Te Kaha
Kawerau
32
30
PUREORA
FOREST
PARK 32
27
51
3A
Okato
45
10
Rotorua
Tokoroa
55
33
Lake
52 Rotorua
Orakeikorako
Taumarunui
53
36
5
Mangakino
50
70
Te Puke
56 29
28
Tirau
Putaruru
30
3
Mt Maunganui
Maketu
9
27
R
34
24
Whakaari/White Island
Cape Runaway
Motiti Island
20
W aik at o
Te Kuiti
11
North
Taranaki Bight
27
31
20
Waitomo Caves
MATAKANA ISLAND
Katikati
Tauranga
Cambridge
29
3
28
43
29
Mokau
New Plymouth 11
26
1
4
Fraser Clements
2
60
Matamata
25
W ai
14
Otorohanga
Awakino
33
Morrinsville
23
Raglan
PIRONGIA 39
FP
Te Awamutu
Kawhia
31
68
Waihi Beach
Waihi
50
Te Aroha
1B
Mayor Is.
(Tuhua)
25
21
27
HAMILTON
45
40
53
Paeroa
Ngaruawahia
International
Airport
Domestic
Airport
i-SITE
Walks
Golf Course
Museum
Vineyard
Fishing
Mine
Game Fishing
Skiing
Mountainbiking
26
39
42
34
Road Distance
25
A
33
31
2
Huntly
34km
28
Forgotten World Highway: While it’s only 150
kilometres long, the Forgotten World Highway (otherwise
known as State Highway 43) is a memorable driving
journey. Built on 19th century bridle paths, the highway
connects Taumarunui to Stratford. The route wriggles its
way over four mountain saddles, through an eerie one-way
tunnel and along a sinuous river gorge.
Tairua
Pauanui
COROMANDEL
FOREST PARK
Whangamata
GE
NZ Great Walks
Visit the summit of snow-topped, volcanic, Mount
Taranaki or explore national park that surrounds the
mountain, or kayak and journey down the Whanganui
River – New Zealand’s longest navigable waterway.
For an adrenalin rush try a rafting trip on the Rangitikei
River. All three of the region’s cities are known for their
beautiful gardens, art galleries and innovative museums.
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1
Port Waikato Te Kauwhata
Railway
Western North Island
Thames
Tuakau
Waikato River
57
R AN
Main Road
Firth
of
Thames
EL
Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand but it is the
diversity of experiences in such close proximity that
makes the region unique. From black sand beaches to
amazing dining, rain forests to shopping. Views from the
Sky Tower are amazing both day and night. The Waitangi
Treaty Grounds and Kerikeri are great places to learn
about New Zealand’s history. Northland is well known for
its magnificent native forests, including Waipoua, home
of the giant kauri tree - Tāne Mahuta.
Manurewa
ND
Papakura
22
Pukekohe
Waiuku
1
25
50
Whitianga
MA
Piha
Mercury Bay
46
RO
AUCKLAND
State Highway
Coromandel
WAIHEKE
IS.
54
CO
Muriwai Beach
Whangaparaoa
North Shore
Christchurch
Thermal Explorer: Running between Auckland and
Hawke’s Bay and travelling through the volcanic centre of
the island. Discover the Waitomo caves, geothermal areas
in Rotorua and Lake Taupo, the amazing Tongariro National
Park and Hawke’s Bay Wine Country. When combined, the
Pacific Coast Highway and Thermal Explorer are known as
The Great New Zealand Touring Route.
COROMANDEL
PENINSULA
Mercury Islands
(Iles d‘Haussez)
HAURAKI
GULF
Orewa
Helensville
Auckland & Northland
GREAT BARRIER
ISLAND
(Aotea Island)
Port
Fitzroy
28
North Head
Whether you’re kayaking, horse-riding,
cycling, skiing, wine tasting, or simply
relaxing you will be surrounded by
world-class scenery second to none.
Mangawhai
12
321
Pacific Coast Highway: Linking The Coromandel,
Blenheim
Bay of Plenty and Eastland with Auckland in the north and
Hawke’s Bay in the south, covering spectacular coastlines,
forest wilderness and grape growing districts. The cities of
Tauranga, Gisborne, Napier and Hastings will satisfy your
urge to wine, dine and shop.
Auckland
Chicken
Islands
Maungaturoto
Ruawai
Mokohinau
Islands
Ruakaka Hen and
70
394 127
Gisborne 504
1
55
Dargaville Waipu
452 829 325
Hamilton
Marsden Bay
14
K ai
New Zealand’s extraordinary
geography offers a hugely
diverse range of unique things
to do, which makes it easy for you to
actively experience the breathtaking
landscape in all its purity.
Kaitaia
Whangarei
12
1058 748 387 637 835 494 280
Milford Sound
Twin Coast Discovery Highway: This route
begins
876 555 195 607 745 376 Invercargill
in Auckland and travels north, tracing both coasts to
721 527 424 181 308 Haast
Cape Reinga and back. Highlights
include a procession of
331
255 616 for
189 fishing,
Greymouth
beautiful beaches, opportunities
surfing, diving
508 544 experiences
Franz Josef at Waitangi;
and dolphin encounters;520
cultural
682 361 Dunedin
forest hikes and craft shopping.
New Plymouth 412 694 242 599 369
Poor Knights
Islands
56
Picton
117 438
799 485 296 604 996 1107 737 Nelson
For more information
visit
643 322 329 670 525 360 445 578 Mt Cook
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Tauranga 167 86 417 398 311 531 107 298 206
Russell
Paihia
Kaikohe
29 350 711 574 360 717 905 1121 672 113
115 205 158 454 349 347 440 107 413 115
Thames
Bay of
Islands Cape Brett
Kerikeri
87
Rawene
971 650 286 508 714 359 159 121 499 986 1000 186
Westp
Wanaka
Te Anau
800 479 299 348 567 187 189 299 271 917 829 Queenstown
Wairoa 380 308 252 222 296 529 118 781 329 98 456
Kaeo
1
North Island
Themed Highways
790 363 276 277 456 148 242 352 212 649 762 71 231
Wanganui 370 434 391 222 305 74 160 252 779 327 468 454
Mangonui
71
Tauroa Point
(Reef Point)
265 360 658 294 105 413 849 921 630 211 324 600 863 561
Wellington 195 452 584 548 380 462 145 355 334 983 533 550 660
Karikari Peninsula
95
Kilometres (km)
Whangarei 819 624 626 285 376 450 404 698 539 593 155 297 675 170
Kaitaia
Aotearoa,
New Zealand
North Island
North Cape (Otoa)
Cape
Turnagain
Waimarama
Surf Highway 45: The
105-kilometre highway that hugs
the Taranaki coast is known as Surf
Highway 45. One after another,
magnificent surf beaches entice you
to park the car and catch a wave.
Classic New Zealand Wine Trail: This route
links the regions that produce 70% of New Zealand’s
wine - Hawke’s Bay, Martinborough and Marlborough
- with capital city Wellington. Enjoy wonderful wine,
innovative cuisine and character accommodation,
with art galleries, live theatre and museums as a
cultural bonus.
Other North Island Scenic Routes
These routes are not specifically signposted.
Western Bays Highway: This peaceful route takes
you through the heartland of the North Island, from Turangi,
skirting the Pureora Forest Park. It then crosses an amazing
landscape of pine forest and hydro lakes along the Waikato
River, to the forestry town of Tokoroa.
Volcanic Loop: From the trout town of Turangi, you
can circle the volcanoes of Tongariro National Park. On a
clear day, you’ll enjoy spectacular views of the mountains
and the surrounding volcanic terrain. The ‘Desert Road’
cuts across the desolate Rangipo Desert, returning through
Turangi along the lakeside to Taupo.
Mike Heydon
NEW ZEALAND TOURING MAP
South Island and Stewart Island
Kilometres (km)
265 360 658 294 105 413 849 921 630 211 324 600 863 561
Wellington 195 452 584 548 380 462 145 355 334 983 533 550 660
790 363 276 277 456 148 242 352 212 649 762 71 231
Transport options in New Zealand
Wanganui 370 434 391 222 305 74 160 252 779 327 468 454
971 650 286 508 714 359 159 121 499 986 1000 186
29 350 711 574 360 717 905 1121 672 113
115 205 158 454 349 347 440 107 413 115
Milford Sound
721 527 424 181 308 Haast
331 255 616 189
Greymouth
Westport
Cape
Foulwind
6
Haast River
T
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NATIONAL
PARK 7
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41
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22
Ross
73
63
R
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74
69
A
VICTORIA
Reefton
65
FOREST
45 PARK
78
Wairau
Valley
46
Seddon
Cape Campbell
1
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Riv
Maruia Springs
HANMER
FOREST Hanmer
Springs
83 PARK
7
82
Tapuae-o-Uenuku
2885
Lewis Pass
ce
en
88
70
Kaikoura
Kaikoura Peninsula
68
Goose Bay
10
S CRAIGIEBURN
FOREST
Oxford
73
41
19
26
12
NAORAKI /
Darfield
44
Waiau R.
Cheviot
58
50
1
Rakaia
29
Leeston
1
56
Hurunui R.
Pegasus Bay
Kaiapoi
Waimakariri River
CHRISTCHURCH
50
Methven
77
32
Rangiora
Penguin Place
19
Waipara
Amberley
94
PARK
E
HAoraki/Mount Cook
Blenheim
Ward
NELSON
LAKES
NATIONAL
PARK
Arthur’s Pass
P
1
10
Rotoroa
LAKE SUMNER
24
FOREST
73 74
PARK Culverden
Otira ARTHUR’S PASS
7
NATIONAL PARK
Arthur’s Pass
45
6
92
31
Riv er
Murchison
Kumara
Hokitika
ir a
Wa
Picton
28
6
26
52
20
Hokitika River
6
63
Inangahua
Punakaiki PAPAROA
WESTLAND/
MT COOK
TAI POUTINI
NATIONAL PARK
Aoraki/Mt Cook
NATIONAL
3754
117 PARK
Mt Somers
U
39
100
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40 B
50
Nelson
14
MT RICHMOND
FOREST PARK
u
Lincoln
83
Yellow-eyed penguin, Southland
Lyttelton
Miles Holden
75
Akaroa
Ashburton
Rakaia River BANKS PENINSULA
Lake
Haast
Queenstown and Wanaka’s world famous beauty
Lake
Pukaki
63
Geraldine
Tekapo
Jackson Head
47
changes with every season. In winter the
80
36
42
Ashburton River/Hakatere
15
79
Haast Pass/
55
8
mountains are alive with snowboarders and
Tioripatea
Fairlie
47
46
41
skiers; in spring and summer, adventures
8
6
Canterbury Bight
Temuka
9
MOUNT ASPIRING
Lake
62
Twizel
Rangitata River
on offer range from golf and horse
Ohau
NATIONAL PARK Makarora
trekking to bungy jumping and jet
Mt Aspiring/
Big Bay
30
82
Tititea
Lake
Timaru
Lake
boating. A scenic drive south
Omarama
Benmore
3033 Wanaka
Hollyford
takes you to Fiordland where
Lake
Milford
Lake
8
1
Track
32
23 83
Sound /
Aviemore
42
Hawea
glacier-cut valleys half-filled
Lindis
Piopiotahi
Pass Otematata 29
For more information visit
Waimate 8
with deep green water,
48
Milford Sound
32
Wanaka
82
cascading waterfalls
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Homer
8A
S
Arapawa
Island
Portage
Havelock
Richmond
38
67
6
75
33
T
Hector
Bay
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Blenheim
Marahau Tasman
Mapua
48
Christchurch
321
ABEL
TASMAN French Pass
NATIONAL
(Anaru)
PARK
Motueka
Karamea Bight
Dunedin
682 361
KAHURANGI
NATIONAL PARK
Karamea
Franz Josef
520 508 544
and peaceful public gardens to relax in.
The coastline and Stewart Island have
amazing natural attractions like the
Moeraki boulders, little blue penguins
and the royal albatrosses and fur seals.
Stewart Island is just a
ferry ride from Bluff and
Abut Head
offers cage diving with
great white sharks for
those who like to
Franz Josef/Waiau
take a walk on the
Fox Glacier 23
wild side.
Southern Lakes
Abel
Tasman
60 Track
56
Lovers of history and nature will have plenty to see in the
deep south. Oamaru, Dunedin and Invercargill have some
44
of the best-preserved Victorian and Edwardian
Blackball
buildings in the Southern Hemisphere. There’s
Greymouth
stonework to admire, museums to explore
Canterbury’s landscape is filled with green pastures
and friendly country towns. The buzzing hub of the
region, Christchurch, is a stylish modern city with a mix
of interesting architecture and parks to relax in. Hanmer
Springs is close by, boasting natural spa baths with
stunning mountain views. Also not far is Kaikoura, famous
for its crayfish and whale watching safaris. Approximately
five hours’ drive south west is the spectacular Aoraki
Mount Cook and National Park, where you’ll find the
tallest peak in New Zealand. You can helicopter, skydive
or hike over Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers or take in their
beauty from a short walk to their bases. Punakaiki’s
pancake rocks are a must see.
Takaka
Heaphy
Track
876 555 195 607 745 376 Invercargill
Coastal Otago & Southland
Canterbury & the West Coast
RANGITOTO KE TE TONGA
Totaranui (D’Urville Island)
26
643 322 329 670 525 360 445 578 Mt Cook
and dense forest is only a bush walk or relaxing cruise
away. Further south, Central Otago is rich in history and
famous for fine wine.
The top of the South Island has exceptionally beautiful
terrain, with three national parks, the amazing
Marlborough Sounds and lots of warm sunshine. The
region boasts some of the finest Sauvignon Blanc in the
world and is popular for hiking, cycling, sea kayaking,
sailing and fishing. You’ll also have many opportunities
to improve your art collection – glass artists, painters,
potters and sculptors welcome visitors into their studios.
Golden
Bay
Collingwood
Picton
117 438 799 485 296 604 996 1107 737 Nelson
1058 748 387 637 835 494 280
Farewell Spit
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Rotorua 331 312 225 561 107 287 234
places can be reached
by
public transport. Buses and coaches
Palmerston North 234 178 853 401 394 528
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If you’re going to drive around New Zealand
(a popular option)
Hamilton 394 127
driving tips, licences and permits, road
rules,504recommended trips
Gisborne
and general information can all be foundAuckland
on newzealand.com
Nelson & Marlborough
Cape Farewell
Te Anau
800 479 299 348 567 187 189 299 271 917 829 Queenstown
Wairoa 380 308 252 222 296 529 118 781 329 98 456
Thames
Westport
Wanaka
Cl
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Kilometres (km)
450 404 698 539 593 155 297 675 170
285 376Marlborough
Whangarei 819 624 626
Blenheim,
Lake Pukaki, Canterbury
South Island Themed Highways
Tunnel
Milford
Track
George Sound
Routeburn
71
Track
Cardrona
Greenstone
Track
Arrowtown
Queenstown
FIORDLAND
Dagg Sound
21
Chalky Inlet
Preservation Inlet
Puysegur Point
Lumsden
49
Ohai
Railway
NZ Great Walks
Nightcaps
Clifden
Tuatapere
96
99
48
Riversdale
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Mason Bay
31
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Rakiura
Track
RAKIURA
NATIONAL
PARK
Road Distance
Titi/Muttonbird
Islands
Port Pegasus
South Cape/
Whiore
Tapanui
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33
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42
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23
Clinton
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Ruapuke Is.
Halfmoon Bay (Oban)
Paterson Inlet/
Whaka a Te Wera
Port Adventure
STEWART
ISLAND/
RAKIURA
46
8
176
Milton
14
OTAGO
PENINSULA
DUNEDIN
Taieri River
Balclutha
14
Bluff
X
S
Codfish Island
(Whenuahau)
52
Lawrence Mosgiel
Palmerston
Karitane
56
69
31
Mataura 44
23
39
Edendale
98
41
8
CATLINS Owaka
Invercargill FOREST
1
PARK
6
98
Solander Island
(Hautere)
96
Gore
Waikouaiti
87
72
90
Winton
Otautau
Te Waewae
Bay
34km
International
Airport
Domestic
Airport
i-SITE
Walks
Golf Course
Museum
Vineyard
Fishing
Mine
Game Fishing
Skiing
Mountainbiking
63
34
1
Main Road
94
Hampden
1
26
148
Riverton/Aparima
State Highway
33
14
20
PARK
Dusky
Sound
West Cape
97
59
85
50
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ata
Manapouri
Alexandra
6
21
59 94
Taranui
63
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RESOLUTION
ISLAND
Roxburgh
95
Oamaru
33
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Riv
Lake
Manapouri
Te Anau
Waitaki River
16
Ranfurly
87
40
96
NATIONAL
Kepler
Track
Clyde
Glenavy
83
8
85
Omakau
Clut ha
Doubtful Sound
Lake
Wakatipu
116
Lake
Te Anau
30
8
41
58
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Dunstan
Cromwell
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SECRETARY
ISLAND
6
60
94
64
St Bathans
53
1
Clutha River
Nugget Point
Other South Island
Scenic Routes
These routes are not
specifically signposted.
The Inland Scenic 72 Route: Perfect for travellers
who like to get off the main highways and find real rural life.
Starting at Amberley, in north Canterbury, the route links to
State Highway 1 at Winchester. There are fabulous views of the
Southern Alps on one side of the road, complemented by the
green serenity of the Canterbury Plains on the other.
Alpine Pacific Triangle: This route takes you to the wine
and food experiences of Waipara, the spa delights of Hanmer
Springs and the marine mammal encounters of Kaikoura.
Between destinations, you’ll enjoy beautiful country scenery.
Southern Scenic Route: From historic Dunedin city,
follow the wild southern coast to Invercargill, then continue
north-west to Te Anau before ending at Queenstown. Highlights
include wildlife encounters along The Catlins coast, hiking the
Tuatapere Hump Ridge Track, cruising Fiordland and walking
the Milford Track - one of New Zealand’s ‘Great Walks’.
West Coast Touring Route: Between Haast in the south
and Karamea in the north, the West Coast is one adventure after
another. Watch the oceanic performance at Punakaiki’s blow
holes, shop for greenstone in Greymouth and Hokitika, explore
old gold workings and hike over one of the massive glaciers.
Treasured Pathway: Enjoy a mix of history, hiking and
hedonism as you discover heritage sites, vineyards, national
parks and fabulous beaches. From the seaport town of Picton,
travel across the top of the South Island to the sand dunes of
Farewell Spit. The city of Nelson provides a dash of urban fun in
the middle of the journey.
The Great Alpine Highway: From Christchurch, this
route travels west across river plains before rising to traverse
the Southern Alps through Porters Pass and Arthur’s Pass
National Park. Highlights include the impressive Waimakariri and
Otira River gorges, the Otira Viaduct and the Castle Hill Rocks
and Cave Stream Reserve.
Alpine Traverse: From Christchurch, enjoy awe inspiring
views as you cross Arthur’s Pass to the West Coast. Drive north
to Reefton and take the Lewis Pass up to the spa resorts of
Maruia Springs and Hanmer Springs. Journey back via Kaikoura,
where the whales are waiting to meet you.
Southern Heritage Route: Head inland past Mount Hutt
ski field and south to Lake Tekapo to see the beautiful Church
of the Good Shepherd. Continue on to Mount Cook Village for
alpine adventures. Drive on to Wanaka or Queenstown, then
loop back to see the heritage architecture of Dunedin.
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