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TolunaTeamAUNZ

  23 months ago

What's Your Opinion (NZ): Where's your favourite place in New Zealand - somewhere you would recommend everyone visit - and why?
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Thanks to everyone who participated in our previous "What's Your Opinion" topic. You have all provided some interesting comments and opinions. Here are the members who have won 3,000 bonus points! (Points will be credited within 7 days)

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Our question this week is: Where's your favourite place in New Zealand - somewhere you would recommend everyone visit - and why?

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anikamaikoo

  23 months ago
Abel Tasman! It is New Zealand's smallest national park and it is just stunning. You can hike it in a few days and each area on Abel Tasman has lodges to stay at. You can kayak with seals, see the amazing wildlife and sea creatures through crystal clear water. You can do day walks and there are so many little places to visit such as Cleopatras pool and Cascade falls, but you don't have to walk on Abel Tasman if you don't want to. You can always see the whole of coastline of Abel Tasman by the water taxis that companies have operating. It is home to the Split Apple Rock that remains a mystery of how it came to be that way, and no it isn't in any of the LOTR movies haha. But best of all, you can skydive Abel Tasman. Now that is something worth doing!
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peterandebony

  23 months ago
Milford Sound. Rugged awe inspiring beauty both at the Sound and on the drive or flight in. The boat trip, especially after it has rained, is awesome.
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dragonsrcool

  23 months ago
Mt. Ruapehu, for skiing!!!! :) :) Because the slopes are literally, so cool
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lammy175

  23 months ago
queenstown! or juat south island in general tbh
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cliffkp

  23 months ago
Ross Creek running come to Dunedin and run through Ross Creek, Craigieburne, watch the slipperiness on the Byne. All great Scottish names, in the Scottish settlement of Dunedin. Otherwise, go through Ross Creek not taking the turn off heading through the bike tracks instead. Try for November 2017, when it fully re-opens after refurbishment of the dam. Running, walking (with or without dogs) and tracks for biking all recommended.
I enjoy running therefore I am looking forward to getting back into Ross Creek in November. Headlamps required for night time runs, less so towards summer. Running clears the heads and being a more individual sport allows one to work things out in their mind. There is a timely lead up from the Maori Hill area 5-10mins there, averaging 45-50min runs for beginners then developing longer runs of 1hr+. Good training for club runners including beginners, marathon runner and ultra-marathon I have heard of them all accessing Dunedin's tracked reservoir. Ross Creek sold like a sales tourism worker, if I say so myself.
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anahera.m.r

  23 months ago
My favourite place in New Zealand will have to be up north
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reihanaeruera28

  23 months ago
My most favorite place in New Zealand is Cape Reinga, right at the top of the north island. I recommend this place to visit before you die. It is a place where our spirits are lead to before going back to Hawaiki.
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pearsonjkd

  23 months ago
My favourite place in New Zealand is probably Queenstown because of the atmosphere it provides, it's a friendly town and has so many fun things to do and lots of shops which sell great food. That's why it's my number one pick for a holiday destination with my family. My best memory of Queenstown is racing the luge track with my siblings when i was younger.
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xiaobeijing

  23 months ago
All of New Zealand is incredible. If I have to, my pick is Queenstown because it literally has it all such as mountains, lakes, glaciers, coves, beaches, cities and everything.
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levi_live

  23 months ago
Lake takapo. The lakes are a beautiful sight in them selves but open to so much opportunity like fishing, water skiing, sailing, kayaking and so much more to do around the lake edges
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