Attractions & Activities
New Zealand Attractions and Activities guide provides full detials of the New Zealand activities and guides.
Butterfly Creek has a fantastic collection of insects and critters and also hosts New Zealand’s only salt water Australian Crocodile. Make sure you check out their tropical butterfly house with over 750 free-flying tropical butterflies, and enjoy the farmyard animals on show. It is a very restful place when looking for something to do while staying at Auckland Airport.
New Zealand’s largest Theme park promises all the thrills you can handle with a host of fun activities and world class rides. Try the Fear fall dropping you the equivalent of 18 stories high or take a ride on New Zealand’s only cork-screw roller coaster plus much more.
Treasure Island mini-golf
Located close to the airport Treasure Island features a pirate-themed mini golf course that’s fun for the whole family!
New Zealand Fly Fishing is all about sight fishing and this is what makes it so special!!
A fly fishing trip in New Zealand is amazingly scenic. Imagine! wide open spaces with steep tussock, scrub and beech covered mountainsides, that loom above crystal clear turquoise waters and a fisherman as he quietly guides a large rainbow to his net.
Fly Fishing is worth the expense
New Zealand trout have a reputation of being large but also somewhat difficult to catch. Anglers coming over to New Zealand for their couple of weeks of fishing holiday ensure they go home with lots of photos and stories to share with your friends.
New Zealand has long had reputations as an international fly fishing destination and each year many make the pilgrimage, enticed by stories of large trout, beautiful scenery and friendly locals.
New Zealand Fishing Season
Trout fishing in New Zealand is done throughout the year. Each season offers its own unique fishing experience.
Spring is a great time to target hungry trout that are feeding hard and trying to regain condition after the winter. It is also a great time to catch large sea run trout that enter many coastal rivers from the sea.
Summer – symbolize the fishing experience throughout the country. Summer is also the time that lake trout are busy feeding on smaller fish and trolling is an effective method to target them.
Autumn offers superb fishing. The water is cooler and the fish more active. With few people around it is easy to find a private spot, and mid-afternoon insect hatches can encourage fish to feed actively.
Winter offers differing degrees of fishing opportunities and each region has its own winter regulations. Lake Rotorua and
Lake Taupo Fly fishing is fabulous. This is because a large number of trout’s move into the rivers to offspring. In other areas there are fewer opportunities to fish during the winter just because of the cold weather.
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