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Taking an opportunity to cool off in the calm surf during December's summer heat, vacationers jump in at Te Arai Point. Located near the north tip of New Zealand's North Island, this area is a well known surfing destination.

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Orakei Korako Cave and Thermal Park, also known as The Hidden Valley, is located between Rotorua and Taupo on New Zealand's North Island. The geothermic valley boasts large numbers natural geysers and boiling mud, hot pools and caves to explore.

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New Zealand's wine industry has grown rapidly, achieving great international success and award-winning wines. With a unique combination of soil, climate and water, and wine growers hospitality New Zealand has gained an international reputation for superb quality and innovation.

Image courtesy of Vinoptima Estate Ltd.

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Accessible only by foot or by boat, Cathedral Cove Marine Reserve is located in Coromandel, on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island.

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Rotorua is a volcanic and geothermic wonderland and the heart place of Maori culture. Rotorua is located south of the Bay of Plenty on the North Island.

Image courtesy of Sandra Hanson

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Lush grass covered valleys with abundant New Zealand sheep is a sight common to all regions of New Zealand. Pictured here is the Canterbury Region located around Christchurch on the east side of New Zealand's South Island.

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Known world wide for New Zealand lamb, and beautiful wool exports, it's estimated that there are 12 sheep for every person in New Zealand.

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