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Tourism New Zealand - www.newzealand.com

A New Zealand holiday experience is like no other. It's spectacular beauty is unique as is the huge range of fun and varied activities on offer.New Zealand has a vibrant business culture, notable for its innovation and world-class products and services.

New Zealand Tourism Guide - www.tourism.net

New Zealand Tourism Guide is a comprehensive online directory for NZ tourism and travel. Every New Zealand accommodation, attraction, tour and transport business is listed (over 12,000) together with extensive visitor holiday and vacation information for both local and international travellers. Start planning your New Zealand holiday or travel now and enjoy one of the best countries on earth. Check out more than 101 things to see and do in New Zealand or plan a great kiwi road trip.

New Zealand Bed & Breakfast association - www.bandbassociation.co.nz

Association B&Bs are located in a variety of lakeside, coastal, rural and urban setttings, and combine charm and character with modern amenities for your comfort. All Association B&Bs are rigorously assessed, and guests are encouraged to provide feedback on their experiences.

Whilst Association B&Bs offer a very high standard of facilities, in other respects they are as far removed from standardised corporate accommodation as it is possible to imagine. Each B&B is an expression of the personality of the hosts, and each is full of pleasant surprises as well as those personal touches that help to make any stay special.

Destination Coromandel - www.thecoromandel.com

Destination Coromandel is the Regional Tourism Organisation that promotes the Coromandel Peninsula and Hauraki tourism industry as part of The Coromandel brand. The over riding vision is for The Coromandel to be rated by key markets as New Zealand's must-visit destination.

To help achieve this vision Destination Coromandel works in parternership with the tourism industry and key stakeholders (Thames Coromandel District Council and Hauraki District Council) and other visitor sector partners.

Tourism Bay of Plenty - www.bayofplentynz.com

Located on the East coast of the North Island, the coastal Bay of Plenty is one of New Zealand’s top holiday destinations for Kiwi's and international travellers alike. Boasting the sunniest region on the North Island, the Bay of Plenty is a great year round destination. Whether you’re after adventure, beach lifestyle, or a bit of indulgence, the Bay of Plenty has it all.

Southern Coromandel Lodges - www.southerncoromandellodges.co.nz

Southern Coromandel is only two hours south east of Auckland, 1 ½ hours from Auckland airport, just off State Highway 2 - the gateway to the Coromandel and Bay of Plenty. The central location is a perfect base and allows for day trips to Cathedral Cove, Hot Water Beach, Rotorua or Hobbiton as well as time for walks in the Karangahake Gorge and relaxing on Waihi Beach.

Waihi Information Centre - www.waihi.org.nz

Waihi is located at the Southern end of New Zealand's Coromandel Peninsula.The stunning Karangahake Gorge and the nearby white-sand stretches of Waihi Beach are just a few of the natural resources that are there to enjoy. The region boasts a diverse group of businesses involved in a wide range of ventures, from tourism to dairy and dry-stock farming.

Katikati - www.katikati.org.nz

Katikati, the gateway to the Bay of Plenty greets visitors with welcoming views of lush green pasture rolling down to the harbour. From the earliest recorded settlements the area has been recognized as a lifestyle destination.

Travel Guide for the Coromandel - www.coromandeltravelguide.co.nz

The Coromandel Travel Guide features up to date Coromandel tourist information on hotels and other accommodation, activities and attractions, tours, transport options, booking deals and more. The Coromandel Peninsula is a relatively unspoilt region in the North Island of New Zealand and just a short drive from Auckland.

Coromandel Sustainable Tourism - www.thecoromandel.com

In its formative years the Coromandel was plundered for its natural resources, gold, trees and seafood. A lot of the history relating to these days still exists in the many museums of the region.

Nowadays, the people of the Coromandel recognise the importance of keeping the region in its natural state for visitors and locals alike to enjoy, and tourism is by far the regions number one industry. The protected Coromandel Forest park covers most of the region, and there are Marine Reserves to protect the sealife.

Best Places to Honeymoon in the South Pacific - www.honeymoonguide.com.au/south-pacific-islands.html

Discover the best places to honeymoon in the South Pacific featuring comprehensive information about accommodation, beaches, attractions and things to do.