New Zealand Travel
New Zealand is a country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean consisting of 2 main islands, both marked by volcanoes and glaciation. Capital Wellington, on the North Island, is home to Te Papa Tongarewa, the expansive national museum. Wellington’s dramatic Mt. Victoria and the South Island’s Fiordland and Southern Lakes stood in for mythical Middle Earth in Peter Jackson’s "Lord of the Rings" films.
Popular tourist activities in New Zealand include sightseeing, adventure tourism, tramping (hiking) and camping. To support active travel, New Zealand has created numerous walking and hiking paths (often created and maintained by the DOC), some of which, like the Milford Track, have huge international recognition. There is also a walking route the length of the country, Te Araroa Trail, which is in the process of being finished as of the late 2000s, and a proposed New Zealand Cycleway.
- 'Cheap Travel by Train' in 1930-1939 £6.99
- 'Cheap Trips by Train School Vacation' in 1933 £6.99
- 'Easter Better in the Cosy Train' in 1937 £6.99
- 'Exhibition Trips in February Cheap Train Fares' in 1940 £6.99
- 'Mitre Peak' in 1935 £6.99
- 'New Zealand Government Railways' in 1925 £6.99
- 'New Zealand Shipping Company Timetable' in 1910 £6.99
- 'Scottish Colony' £6.99
- 'Steam to London Direct' in 1883 £6.99
- 'The Break at Easter by Train Mends You For Winter' in 1935 £6.99
- 'The Charm of Franz Josef' in 1927 £6.99
- 'Travel by Train Combined Week-end Fares Christchurch to Diamond Harbour & Corsair Bay, Lyttelton' in 1924 £6.99
- 'Waitomo Caves, Glorious Wonders of the Underworld - Rail to Hangatiki' in 1927 £6.99