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Regions of New Zealand

Although New Zealand is not large, it offers incredible diversity; from volcanoes to glaciers, mountain ranges to stunning coastlines, high country farms to wilderness.

It is not possible to cover the whole country in one trip and there is a danger of trying to do to much, which ends up with you spending all your time driving and not enough time to explore and discover the many gems along the route.

Each Region has distinct features, geographical and cultural; understanding these will help you decide where to travel.


Bay of Islands

UPPER NORTH ISLAND


Auckland & Waiheke Island

UPPER NORTH ISLAND


Thames, Waihi, Coromandel & Whitianga

UPPER NORTH ISLAND


Rotorua & Waikato

CENTRAL NORTH ISLAND


Taupo & Ruapehu

CENTRAL NORTH ISLAND


New Plymouth & Whanganui

CENTRAL NORTH ISLAND


Napier, Hastings & Havelock

LOWER NORTH ISLAND


Martinborough & Palmerston North

LOWER NORTH ISLAND


Welliington & Kapiti Coast

LOWER NORTH ISLAND


Blenheim & Picton

TOP OF SOUTH ISLAND


Nelson, Abel Tasman & Golden Bay

TOP OF SOUTH ISLAND


Greymouth, Hokitika, Glaciers

WEST SOUTH ISLAND


Kaikoura

EAST SOUTH ISLAND


Christchurch, Arthur's Pass & Geraldine

EAST SOUTH ISLAND


Oamaru, Timaru, Twizel

EAST SOUTH ISLAND


Wanaka & Queenstown

LOWER SOUTH ISLAND


Cromwell & Clyde

LOWER SOUTH ISLAND


Te Anau, Milford & Doubtful Sounds

LOWER SOUTH ISLAND


Dunedin & Otago Peninsula

EAST SOUTH ISLAND


Oban, Tuatapere, The Catlins & Invercargill

LOWER SOUTH ISLAND