What can we say about NZ that we haven't already?
It is absolutely fantastic! Oh, wait! We've already said that. Let us give you a bit of detail then.
New Zealand is located in the southern hemisphere, south-east of Australia. We have a total population of less than 5 million people, 15,000 kilometres (9,300 miles) of coastline and a landmass split between two main islands of 268,000 square kilometres (103,500 square miles), of which 32% is protected public land.
New Zealand has earned a global reputation as a world-class destination for wildlife lovers, adventure junkies, photographers, scenic explorers and everyone in between thanks to our low population density, warm hospitality, stunning natural environment and masses of protected land.
Read on for more information about our regions and click on the links to explore the regions in depth!