Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail

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  • Featherston side of the Remutaka [Rimutaka] Hill, from the cutting at Cave’s Bridge. Two men are standing at the bend on a road which passes through fenced farmland on either side. Bragge’s photography cart is parked behind the men at the side of the road

Gateway to the Wairarapa

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Memories of Southland

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From Tragedy to Triumph

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  • Lynda Keene, Destination Kaikoura, south island, KaikouraNZTourism, Walks, Hikes, Attractions, whale watching, dolphins, earthquake,

Kia Ora from Kaikoura

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Carving Up Matakana’s Sculpture Trail

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  • Riders on the stony riverbed at the track end. Photo: Steve Knowles

Pakihi Adventure

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Retirement Villages Not Just For The Retired

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  • Lake Rotoiti and the west side of St Arnaud range

Rotoiti Nature Recovery Project

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  • Large rock stacks dot the beach at Tongaporutu

Monoliths in the Sand

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  • The collection of fishing huts at Lake Onslow

Lunch at Jimmy’s

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Petone to Summit

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  • Waiwhapuku Bay, at Moturua Island

Cruising Captain Cook’s Bay of Islands

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  • ‘Big Rock’ stands like a sentinel at the northern end of Brighton beach and provided inspiration for the poet James K Baxter who was a son of Brighton. At first Big Rock was ‘conquered’ by a road up and over, but an opening was blasted through to provide a proper road — it was called ‘Prospect Gap’

Brighton Daze

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  • 4th green at Oreti Sands

Southland Golf

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  • Whale’s Tale Photo Whale Watch Kaikoura

Kaikoura – Whales and Walks

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  • John Leslie, middle row far right and James Leslie, middle row far left – photo Whangaroa County Museum and Archives

Passchendaele – A Long Way to Go to Die

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  • To take in the view from Èze’s highest peak you have to be brave; being an expert in the study of cacti will help you enjoy it too

A Holiday Sans Rugby in France

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  • Rotorua’s most famous building – no longer in use

The Art and Soul of Rotorua

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  • Toromiro Station on the Kanakanaia Road

Toromiro Gisborne – Shear Hard Work

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