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Surf Highway 45

Surf Highway 45 (Taranaki coastline – North Island) – Dubbed Surf Highway 45, the coastal road between Hāwera and New Plymouth (located five hours south of Auckland via car) is famed for its surf breaks, which include Stent Road, Spot X and the Kūmara Patch. Taranaki locals have ridden the waves since the 1950s, and […]

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Weta Cave

Weta Cave (1 Weka St, Miramar, Wellington 6022) – here, one can get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into Weta Workshop and the impressive work created within, on a guided Weta Cave Workshop Tour. Visitors will see some of the props and models they’ve created over the years and learn about the processes they use to make […]

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Sky Tower

Sky Tower (Corner Victoria & Federal Streets, Auckland Central, Auckland) – this hard-to-miss structure is located in the heart of Auckland. Not only can you experience 360 degree spectacular views for up to 80 km. from the tallest man-made structure in New Zealand, you can walk around the pergola at SkyWalk or take a controlled […]

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Wellywood

Wellywood — Sometimes dubbed ‘Wellywood’, the regional city of Wellington (located 7 hours south of Auckland via car) is home to a flourishing handful of movie-making facilities, most of them associated with “Lord of the Rings” director Peter Jackson. These include model and special-effects studios Weta Workshop and Weta Digital (which won an Oscar for […]

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Q Theatre

Q Theatre (305 Queen Street, Auckland 1010) – this theater (which hold Broadway-like shows and theater productions, operas and other musical performances) is located in Auckland’s Queen Street and includes Rangitira – a 450 seat flexible format space, the Loft – a 120 seat flat floor space overlooking Queen Street, rehearsal space and large entry […]

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The Civic

The Civic (Corner Queen Street & Wellesley Street, Auckland) — The Civic, one of the few remaining Atmospheric Theatres in the world, was built in 1929 and specifically designed as a ‘movie palace’ for talking pictures (‘talkies’), which had just been introduced to New Zealand. The first purpose-built cinema of this type in the country, […]