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21 February 2024

Putaruru - Past & Present

A unique museum, water and walks Story by Sheryl Bainbridge Photos Neill & Sheryl Bainbridge. For years we’ve driven past the New Zealand Timber Museum on the main road just south of Putāruru saying ‘we must stop one day’. ‘One day’ arrived, and we spent an absorbing couple of hours ...

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Hero2 CamperCare

21 February 2024

Accessibility on Trails

Opening the gate – removing barriers to accessing our great outdoors Words Mark Inglis. Between losing his legs at 23 years old due to frostbite and then going on to be the first double amputee to have stood on the roof of the world, the summit of Mount Everest, Mark has carved out careers as a s...

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Hero CamperCare

21 February 2024

Enjoy The Many Faces Of Otago

Explore and immerse yourself in the magnificent Otago this summer  Story Cecilia Huang (Department of Conservation) Photos as credited. Otago is your all season go-to place. It’s renowned for its amazing diversity - mountains, lakes, alpine lakes, river valleys, beech forests, waterfalls, glacie...

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17 November 2023

Jackson Bay – end of the road!

Just south of Haast, the road ends at a scenic spot with a fishy feel and a pioneer past Story Sheryl Bainbridge Photos Neill Bainbridge. Tourists seem to fall broadly into three categories. Firstly there are domestic tourists, many of whom are of the older generation leisurely travelling the count...

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17 November 2023

Down by the Riverside

There’s something for everyone on Whangārei’s Huarahi o Te Whai (Hātea Loop) Walk Story +  Photos Sheryl Bainbridge. Cycling or skipping, chattering, leading dogs while tugging at parents’ hands, on a fine weekend morning it’s heart-warming to see happy children wending their way around ...

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17 November 2023

Grovetown Lagoon

An Oxbow Lake With Abundant Bird Life Provincial, small-town New Zealand folk are well known for ‘coming together’ to achieve common goals especially when those end objectives benefit the community as a whole. Natural habitat restoration projects are particularly good examples of this community ...

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Quail Island nztoday 1 CamperCare

16 August 2023

Banks Peninsula Quail Island

Story Kathy Catton Photos Kathy Catton or as credited. A hidden treasure. What better way to explore Banks Peninsula without hopping too far from Christchurch? Take the ferry from Lyttelton to Quail Island, add an overnight stay, and you have the perfect back-country hut experience, all within the...

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16 August 2023

Wild South Seas

Beyond Fiordland to our Wildest Islands. Located 700km south of Bluff, Campbell Island is a conservation cornerstone of the five wild, remote and rugged island groups that make up New Zealand’s subantarctic UNESCO World Heritage Site and is the first stop of an 11-day legacy voyage visiting The...

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