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Surviving the Level 4 Lockdown
As one, we agreed to take the service in a new direction in the midst of a global health war.
Social Distancing Holiday: How to holiday safety during COVID-19
If you’re wondering what to do in the Waikato during social isolation, check this out this article for a range of activities.
Hidden Gems - The Church Grown From Trees
The Tree Church and gardens are a masterpiece that combine plants, churches and architecture. We share all the details in this article.
Your Ultimate Guide to Visiting Hobbiton
Hobbiton is one of New Zealand’s most popular tourist destinations, which attracts visitors and J.R.R Tolkien fans from all over the world. In this guide, we take a closer look at what to expect, how to get there, who provides tours and a range of tips to help you get the most out of Hobbiton.
Perfect Family Day Out in Cambridge - Ride the Miniature Trains
If you’re searching for the perfect activity to entertain your family while staying in Cambridge, then look no further - Leamington Domain has it all. A miniature train track, shady picnic area and a playground are just a few of the things on offer. Check out this article for a full run down on what you’ll find here.
Exploring The Pinnacles - The Ultimate Hiking Guide
The Pinnacles walk is a scenic, steep, rugged and majestic hike located in the Kauaeranga Valley, Coromandel Peninsula. Here, you’ll find awe-inspiring natural beauty along a historic packhorse route that was used during the deforestation of the 1880s - 1920s. Check out this guide for everything you need to know!
Chasing Dreams 2: Bangkok to New Zealand
We tend to think of chasing our dreams as a solo project, something we alone achieve. Arnon Somboonarunsarn found inspiration in the things he loved, but took his motivation from those around him.
The Perfect Rainy Day Activity - The Te Awamutu Space Centre
The Space Centre is a fascinating facility hidden away in a small town on the outskirts of Te Awamutu. This 200m2 building consists of a small museum, a range of interactive exhibits for all ages, a space shop and a passionate curator (Space Dave) that lives and breathes space travel. Check out our blog to learn more!