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    Ngatea Water Gardens are an unexpected treat for travelers passing through Ngatea on State Highway 2. Situated only 1 hour from Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga and Coromandel, they are also a fun day trip destination; and the perfect wedding venue. The picturesque 5 acre property has funny signs and scenes throughout, and is complete with gift shop, playground, and function centre for weddings and other occasions. The wheelchair friendly path through the gardens will take you over bridges, past water ... Read more lily ponds, waterfalls, waterwheels and magical fountains. You will be kept entertained by our friendly hand fed birds and fish, plus our fascinating turtles, said to be the oldest in New Zealand. Also set within the gardens is a Can Museum, displaying over 11,000 different beer, soft drink and unusual cans from around the world. Open Sunday to Thursday, 10am - 4pm (October to April). Open Sundays only May to September.

    The Surrey Hotel Auckland has been specializing in affordable accommodation since 1989. Conveniently-located in the picturesque Auckland suburb of Grey Lynn we are handy to the vibrant shopping and restaurant district of Ponsonby, as well as being an easy walk to Auckland’s city centre which is the hub of New Zealand’s business community. Easily accessible by Auckland’s motorway system we are within 30- 45 minutes drive from the international and domestic airport terminals, boutique wineries, ... Read more Rainbow’s End adventure park and some of the city’s best beaches. The Surrey Hotel features 77 accommodations near famous places such as Eden Park, and Auckland Zoo. Our Hotel is a popular choice for attendees of the many sporting events hosted by the country’s premier stadium and elected host of the 2011 Rugby World Cup or the popular concert arena at Western Springs. All of these are situated merely minutes from our doorstep and we can tailor arrangements for small or large group ...

    Tram Rides and Tramway Museum. Take a journey into the Past. Ride the genuine ex-Wellington City trams which last ran in the City in 1964. 4 km return ride through Queen Elizabeth Park to the Beach takes about 20 minutes. Then browse the tram museum with photographs, momentoes and video of the historic days of Wellington trams. Suitable for all ages. All day tickets (as many tram rides on the day as you like) Adult $10, Child 5-15 $5, Family (2 Ad, 2Ch) $24. Under 5's no charge. Open ... Read more every Saturday, Sunday, and Public Holiday (except Christmas Day) 11am to 4.30pm Also open daily from 26th December (Boxing Day) to late in January, and on weekdays in selected school holidays - see our website for details. Souvenir kiosk with ice-creams, confectionary etc. Other attractions nearby include picnic areas, swimming beach, walking paths and tracks, US Marines Memorial (commemorating the US Marines presence here in WW2), and horse riding (Stables on the Park). So much more to experience ...

    These beautiful and tranquil gardens are set directly on the edge of the inner Tauranga harbour. With water-lilly ponds, mature trees from around the world, flower gardens and natural wetlands the gardens are a delight all year round. And with many varieties of birds wandering free and in aviaries scattered throughout the gardens, this special corner of New Zealand is truely unique.  The Gardens The Bird Gardens are on the outskirts of katikati and were created in 1976 when local visionary Chris ... Read more Parker set to work landscaping a little over ten acres of land running down to the harbours edge.With his English background, botanical knowledge and the sites natural attributes of fresh water springs, ponds and wetlands he transformed this once bare land into a beautiful and special garden.Sealed paths meander through spectacular golden Swamp Cypress, water trickles its way to the sea through an elaborate series of ponds.  Most of the original plantings remain to this day and year round ...

    The Space Centre is an inspiring educational experience for all ages, whether or not you have any interest in space (most of our visitors don't). There are plenty of hands-on activities for kids young and old. We've got New Zealand's only public collection of genuine space artefacts. Look us up on any review website and see why people are calling Te Awamutu Space Centre a "hidden gem" and "must-see attraction".

    As the inventors of this iconic adventure experience, at OGO Rotorua, visitors are offered multiple OGO ride options where we add 40 litres of water; (cool in summer, warm in winter). Choose from the side by side H2OGO Straight Tracks which start from 250m up the hill and race one another downhill. From here, you Superman-dive into the OGO on your own, or have one, two or three friends in there together. H2OGO Sidewinder Track is the world’s longest at 350 metres, with 6 massive corners that ... Read more send you in a different directions as you zig zag your way down the hill in a wash of water in the mixed up craziness. Not into getting wet? Then try our brand new ride the DRYGO. With a double layered OGO and water placed in between, the DRYGO has been specially designed to simulate a water ride on our Straight Track. With the option to ride with one or two other people the DRYGO is perfect alternative for those who want to go for a ride but stay nice and dry. All visitors to OGO are rewarded ...

    Flippin' Fun is simply the best place to bounce, flip and jump! Good weather or foul, we are the ultimate destination for you and your kids. Why, because trampolining is great fun for all ages and one of the best exercises you can do. Our tramps are designed and built in New Zealand with an emphasis on rebound height guaranteeing you can do all those flips and tricks and land it! So for free bouncing, parkour, b/ball slamming, dodge ball and even birthday parties, we are the place to go to ... Read more out West. Check out our website to find out about Little Flippers, Flip Fit and Flip classes. Easily accessed from the North Western m/way and the Upper Harbour h/way for our North Shore customers.

    We are an exhilarating high ropes course for all abilities. Whether you are an individual or a group our course offers a range of activities from easy through to hard with something to challenge everyone. We have been described by many of our customers as exciting as bungy jumping or skydiving if not an even greater challenge. Those with a genuine fear of heights can be worked up slowly to these challenges. Feel the fear, do it anyway!

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    Princess pony party's caters for children aged 7 and under. We bring a pony to your backyard for birthday party's and special events, riding lessons are also available find us on Facebook Princess Pony Party's Tokoroa for more information and pricing

    The largest museum of its kind in New Zealand, MOTAT offers a fun, interactive, and educational experience. Explore our fascinating exhibitions telling stories of the history and development of New Zealand transport, technology and Kiwi ingenuity. MOTAT offers exciting School Holiday Experiences with a new theme and additional activities every school holidays. With lots of fun activities for kids to enjoy as well as the regular museum experience, MOTAT is a great choice for a fun day out over the ... Read more school holidays to keep the whole family entertained. Visit the original Pumphouse, wander through our historic village or ride the heritage tram to our Aviation Display Hall which houses one of the largest aviation collections in the Southern Hemisphere. Kids are well-catered for with interactive examples, hands-on technology zone plus our Tinkering Tots gallery which is designed especially for under 5’s. MOTAT has something for everyone and is known as one of Auckland’s best value attractions. ...

    Across the road from the iconic Cornish Pumphouse, the new Gold Discovery Centre first welcomes visitors with its striking facade. This is something new! Inside you’ll find yourself immersed in interactive activities. You’ll be pushing hard against an air-leg drill that will shake your bones, just like a real drill. You’ll lean on a plunger to trigger a simulated explosion down the gold mine, then for a change of pace you might try to beat the shady dealer at a game of Two-up. You’ll marvel ... Read more at the intricate detail in the dynamic models then push the buttons to see what happens next. Open windows into the past and learn what it was like to grow up in a gold town, then crank the handle to discover the power of horses, steam and electricity. The ghost theatre is unlike any other. Set in colonial Waihi, actors are brought to life by 3D holograms in a story inspired by real local characters. You’ll get to know these towns-folk as they share their tales of love, war and social strife ...

    • 14-16 High Street, Otahuhu (1062), Auckland Region

    We encourage an interest in the history of the Otahuhu area and preserve items and photographs of historical importance. Our rooms contain a collection of household items, memorabilia, photos and archives relating to the history of the Otahuhu area and how its people used to live. The rooms are open 10am-12pm every Wednesday, from February to November or by appointment.

    The Museum showcases two very distinct collections that collide in a celebration of design, innovation and wonder. Where else in the world can you see a stunning selection of more than 60 wearable art garments, alongside more than 140 veteran, vintage and classic cars? Together the wearable art and collectible cars epitomise the very heart of WOW – exploding the boundaries of design so that creativity and invention can thrive in a world of limitless possibilities.

    • P.O. Box 12091, Chartwell (3210), Waikato Region

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    NZ cafe of the year 2013 and Tasman's best cafe since 1991 Bring the whole family to enjoy our fun filled cafe experience. The enchanted forest is filled with mythical animals, there are tame eels in the stream to feed and giant games to play plus great food and coffee' A Nelson icon not to be missed.

    • 800 Heaphy Terrace, Claudelands (3214), Waikato Region

    The Waikato Show is a unique community event that celebrates the amazing diversity that exists in the Mighty Waikato. Explore ... Engage ... Educate ... Experience ... Enjoy ... Eat! Come spend a day with us and explore all that is on offer, from kitting out your home, to the fresh wares, taking in a live performance on the Lawn, to tasting the mulit-cultural foodie experience, playing with the cute animals, to getting safe-wise in your home, to taking stock of your well being, or finding a ... Read more new hobby, through to finding out just how amazing life is after 55. It is a weekend not to be missed.

    Roller skating. Parties. Public roller discos. Skating classes.

    Big Sky Parasail was established in 2003, Big Sky Parasail is New Zealand’s premier Parasail company located on Lake Taupo. Big Sky Parasail Operates two 9 metre purpose built winch boats. We offer both 400ft and 800ft parasail flights. Both flights come with our unique optional “Freefall”. This is where we slow down the boat and let you parachute down to the waters edge, only to be whisked back up into the sky! Our crew has more than 26 years experience in the industry and we are proud of ... Read more our safety record. We have been operating in Taupo since 2008. Big Sky Parasail is open 7 days a week from November to May, weather pending. For information about parasailing, bookings or gift cards please refer to our website bigskyparasail.co.nz Come get high….Fly Big Sky!

    The Wellington Cable Car was established in 1902 and is New Zealand's only historic funicular railway system still in operation today. There is simply no better way to experience the hidden charm that wellington offers than to take this short historic journey from the heart of Lambton Quay, up through the hillsides terraced houses of Kelburn to the Lookout perched high above the city. Explore Wellington's top attractions during your visit at the Cable Car. Easy access to the Cable Car Museum, ... Read more Botanic Garden, Space Place and Zealandia (via free shuttle). Wellington Cable Car is kid friendly. Children under the age of 5 are free to travel. Family passes are also available for purchase. Start your journey with a Cable Car stamp on your hand!

    The Gore Historical Museum focusses on the history of Eastern Southland and the Mataura River Valley. The attractive displays include early costume and textiles, Victoriana, gold recovery, farming relics and domestic and medical memorabilia, providing an enjoyable visitor experience for all ages.

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