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New Zealand Beer

New Zealand Beer © Steinlager The drinking scene in New Zealand is dominated by beer which has over 60% of the total market for alcoholic drinks. The beer scene is in turn dominated by the big breweries, namely DB and Lion . Bo…

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in New Zealand

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in New Zealand New Zealand has three sites inscribed to the UNESCO World Heritage listing. These are Tongariro National Park, Te Wahipounamu, and the Subantarctic Islands. The volcanic landscape of Ton…

Hazards in New Zealand

Hazards in New Zealand New Zealand is considered to be one of the safest countries in the world to visit. Violent crime and armed robbery against tourists are rare. That said the Christchurch mosque shootings in 2019 and the murd…

New Zealand Lakes

New Zealand Lakes As well as its many rivers , New Zealand has a large number of lakes. In total the country has over 700 bodies of water with the majority in the South Island. Many are formed from the highland glaciers found her…

New Zealand Food - What Do Kiwis Eat and Drink?

New Zealand Food New Zealand has a high rainfall, fertile soil, and a lot of land in relation to the size of its population, meaning the country is self-sufficient in food.  Most New Zealanders are descended from British settlers…

New Zealand Rivers

New Zealand Rivers Overview | Waikato River | Clutha River / Mata-Au | Whanganui River | Taieri River | Rangitīkei River | Mataura River | Waiau River | Waiau Toa / Clarence River | Waitaki River | Ōreti River Huka Fa…

New Zealand Glossary

New Zealand Glossary See an A-Z glossary of words and phrases relating to New Zealand. This New Zealand glossary covers Maori words (marked with an asterisk), abbreviations and acronyms , slang, and other words and phrases typi…

Queenstown New Zealand's Tiny Bigtime Town

Queenstown History | Tourist mecca | Coronavirus impact | Lake Wakatipu legend Queenstown is a tiny rural town in the wilds of the South Island of New Zealand. It advertises itself not only as the nation's "Home of Ad…

New Zealand Cricket

New Zealand Cricket Hagley Oval, Christchurch Cricket plays second fiddle to rugby and the All Blacks in New Zealand. Cricket is probably the country's second most popular sport, though, ahead of soccer and netball. The thril…

New Zealand Currency Conversion NZD to Major Currencies

New Zealand Currency Conversion The New Zealand currency is the New Zealand Dollar (NZD; NZ$). It is the legal tender of New Zealand as well as the Cook Islands, Tokelau, Niue, the Ross Dependency, and also the Pitcairn Islands…

New Zealand A-Z

New Zealand A-Z Use this handy A-Z listing to navigate to articles on New Zealand All Over (newzealandallover.com). New Zealand A-Z A - Abel Tasman National Park, Acronyms , Agriculture, Air New Zealand, Airports , All Blacks, A…

New Zealand Airports

Airports in New Zealand Auckland Airport | Wellington Airport | Christchurch Airport | Dunedin and Queenstown Airports | NZ Airports Map Auckland and Wellington in the North Island and Christchurch in the South Island are ho…

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