Auckland Art Gallery – a classy art showcase

The renowned Auckland Art Gallery is counted amongst the finest art galleries in New Zealand. Established in the 19th century it was heralded as the earliest permanent gallery in the nation. Even today it remains the most extensive such institution in the country, boasting a vast collection of more than 15,000 artworks. As one might…

Fabulous Choral Performances – Holy Trinity Cathedral Auckland

In the year 1842 Bishop Selwyn of England bought a land in Parnell, Auckland to build a cathedral for the people of New Zealand. Since settlers from England thought of continuing their missionary work in the country the cathedral was meant to serve as a centre for education, charity and religious activity. At present the…

Exscite Science Centre Hamilton – Scientific Explorations

The sole purpose of the Exscite Science Centre is to promote and create awareness about science and technological developments of the modern age. The centre is one of the best places for children because they learn so much from the interactive program that is offered. Exscite actually stand for Explorations in Science and Technology and…

Charles Plimmer Park – A scenic spot along Wellington’s Southern Walkway

Wellington, New Zealand is the country’s capital city and boasts a thriving array of entertainment, culture and shopping for the curious tourist. It also boasts a range of natural beauty around which the city has been carefully crafted. Visitors might want to take advantage of a fine Wellington city hotel to truly soak in the natural and…

Carter Observatory – Fall into the New Zealand skies

Wellington is New Zealand’s vibrant capital city opening up worlds of exciting cultural attractions to catch the eye of the curious seeker. What better way to enjoy these offerings than from the stellar quality of Wellington New Zealand hotels located in the heart of the city? The Copthorne Hotel Wellington Oriental Bay is a hotel in Wellington that boasts…

Auckland Domain – In Public Interest

Auckland Domain, the city’s oldest and largest park has been developed in and around the extinct Pukekawa volcano. It comprises 75 ha of formal gardens, a fernery, green houses, duck ponds, large open spaces, bush walks and statuary. It is also the site of the Auckland War Memorial Museum, several sporting facilities and the Auckland…