All About New Zealand
Welcome to Love New Zealand, a website dedicated to everything New Zealand. We are a gateway for tourists coming to New Zealand, as well as a local resource for Kiwi's.
Information about major cities and locations in New Zealand.
Find NZ radio stations and radio station frequencies in your area.
Read about our unique Maori culture, heritage and language.
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About New Zealand
New Zealand is a small island nation located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. Boasting a clean green natural image, stunning scenery, unique culture, huge tourism industry and great value for money, New Zealand is a must visit destination for everyone.
The country is composed of two main islands - called simply the North Island and the South Island - and many smaller ones.
Though around 2/3's of the population of New Zealand lives in the North Island, each island has its own unique attractions and points of difference. From cascading glaciers to bubbling geothermal attractions, from stunning placid blue lakes to lush rainforests, from wild stoney shores to golden white sand surf beaches, there is something for everyone in New Zealand...(more information)
Visiting New Zealand
With diverse scenery, a vibrant culture and affordable attractions and activities, New Zealand is known as one of the best holiday destinations in the world.
If you are looking to visit New Zealand, there are a few things you will need to organise first. You must ensure you have a current, valid passport that is valid for at least three months beyond the date you intend to leave New Zealand. You may also need to apply for a visa.
New Zealand has strict customs guidelines for what types of food, products and animals you can bring into the country. International travellers will have the opportunity to purchase Duty Free Goods (products without the addition of local taxes)...(more information)
Did you Know?
Baldwin Street, in Dunedin, is the world’s steepest street. The road has a gradient of 1 in 2.86 at its steepest section, a 38 per cent grade.