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Whenua Hou - A New Land​
Whenua Hou - A New Land The story of Codfish Island
Whenua Hou/Codfish Island in Foveaux Strait, best known as a kākāpō sanctuary, has a greater claim to fame – as the foothold of bicultural Aotearoa New Zealand. 

“. . .Whenua Hou’s contribution to the bicultural history of Aotearoa New Zealand is unique . . . New Zealand’s first planned mixed-race settlement.”
Wanaka – Lake, Mountain, Adventure
Wanaka Wanaka – Lake, Mountain, Adventure

“The mountain fastness is close enough to feel powerful but not claustrophobic . . . the lake has a gleaming, softening presence . . . There is a serene coherence to it all.”
The Invading Sea
The Invading Sea New Zealand has been found wanting on both coastal hazard preparedness and greenhouse gas mitigation – a case of too little, too slow, too inclined to leave it to the next generation . . .
The Catlins
The Catlins and the Southern Scenic Route Straddling the Otago-Southland border, the Catlins region comprises a rugged coast of sand beaches, towering sea cliffs and rock stacks.
Shackleton's Whisky
Shackleton's Whisky An intoxicating blend of Antarctic exploration in the ‘Heroic Era’ and the world of Scotch whisky, this book gives the full story behind the cases of Mackinlay’s Rare Old Highland Malt that were rediscovered under the hut of Ernest Shackleton’s 1907-09 British Antarctic Expedition 100 years after an epic attempt at the South Pole.
Rlvers Rare
Rivers Rare The Upper Waitaki region, spreading eastward from the Southern Alps and New Zealand’s highest peak (Aoraki/Mt Cook), contains a spectacular array of braided rivers, which are rare internationally.
Stuart Island Rakiura
Stewart Island Rakiura Stewart Island Rakiura National Park
Uncrowded, spectacularly natural Stewart Island is a popular holiday destination with many bush walks and a wealth of natural and built features to enjoy.
Rakiura Heritage
Rakiura Heritage Stewart Island/Rakiura has a special place in the nation’s history, not only as the southernmost permanently settled corner of Polynesia but also as a foothold for early European occupation.
The Tasman
The Tasman ‘Whenever people interact with a sea of the Tasman’s nature, there is bound to be drama.’


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