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New Zealand Attractions

Most Popular Attractions in New Zealand

1. Te Puia

  • Set on 70 hectares in the stunning Te Whakarewarewa Valley, Te Puia is a place dedicated to preserving the culture, customs, arts, and history of the Maori
  • Adults: $49.90; Children: $25.00; Family Pass: $135.00
  • + 64 7 348 9047
  • Te Puia, Rotorua, Bay Of Plenty, New Zealand
  • Summer (Late September-Early April): 8am-6pm; Winter (Early April-Late September): 8am-5pm.
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2. Wellington Cable Car

  • The historic Wellington Cable Car is a short ride from the heart of Wellington to Kelburn Lookout where visitors can witness a panoramic view of the city.
  • Adult $7 return, Child $2.50 return
  • 64 4 472 2199
  • Wellington Cable Car, Lambton Quay, Wellington, New Zealand
  • Monday-Friday: 7am-10pm, Saturday: 8:30am-10pm
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4. Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre

  • The Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre is located at Marlborough’s historically significant Omaka Aerodrome and was established to provide a world-class
  • Adults $30; Children (5-14yrs) $12
  • +64 3-579 1305
  • Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre, Aerodrome Road, Blenheim, New Zealand
  • 10am-5pm, last entry 4pm
  • Website
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6. National War Memorial

  • The National War Memorial commemorates all New Zealanders who died in the South African War, First World War, Second World War, post-war conflicts and
  • Free
  • 64-4-385 2496
  • National War Memorial, Taranaki Street, Wellington, New Zealand
  • Daily 10am-5pm; Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day
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7. Wrights Hill Fortress

  • Adult $5; Child $3
  • +64 (4) 476 8593
  • Wrights Hill Fortress, Wrights Hill Road, Wellington, New Zealand
  • Opened 10am-4pm on Waitangi Day, ANZAC day, Queens Birthday, Labour day, December Open Day

8. Butterfly Creek

  • Butterfly Creek is New Zealand’s premier attraction for tropical species and crocodiles. Located in Auckland, the family-friendly attraction is fun,
  • Adults $13-$27; Children $10-16
  • +64 9-275 8880
  • Butterfly Creek, Tom Pearce Drive, Auckland, New Zealand
  • Daily 9:30am-5pm
  • Website
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Manukau Heads Lighthouse

10. Manukau Heads Lighthouse

  • Manukau Heads Lighthouse, located on the south side of Auckand, is over 140 years old. Relive the life of a seaman, viewing the vast Manukau Bar, Paratutae,
  • Free, donations welcome
  • 09 235 1669
  • Manukau Heads Lighthouse, Manukau Heads, Auckland, New Zealand
  • Daily 9am-5pm
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12. Zealandia Sanctuary

  • Zealandia is a beautifully maintained nature reserve run by the Wellington communtiy. Covering a massive 225 hectares, the attraction aims to educate visitors
  • Adult from $18.5; Child $10
  • (04) 920 9200
  • ZEALANDIA Ecosanctuary, Waiapu Road, Wellington, New Zealand
  • Daily 10am-5pm closed Christmas Day
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14. Otago Museum

  • Opened in 1868, the Otago Museum is one of Dunedin’s most popular attractions, showcasing culture, history and the natural environement in Otago and
  • Discovery World Tropical Forest Adult $10, Child $5; Rest of Museum is free
  • Otago Museum, Great King Street, Dunedin, New Zealand
  • Daily 10am-5pm
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15. The Meridian Mall

  • Free
  • (03) 474 7500
  • Meridian Mall, George Street, Dunedin, New Zealand
  • Mon to Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 10am-5pm

16. Carter Observatory

    The Carter Observatory is an interactive museum where visitors can learn about stars, space, the universe and our solar system. It is conveniently situated
  • Adult $18.50, Child $8
  • +64 4 910 3140
  • Carter Observatory, Wellington, New Zealand
  • Tue, Sat: 10am-9:30pm Sun: 10am-5:30pm Mon, Wed-Fri: 10am-5pm;

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17. Seal Coast Safari

  • Adult $125; Child $62.50
  • +64 4 801 6040
  • Departs from i-SITE Visitor Centre, Wakefield Street, Wellington, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand
  • Daily 10am & 1:30pm

18. Old Cromwell Town

  • Free
  • 64-3-445 1746
  • Old Cromwell Town Historic Reserve, Cornish Point, New Zealand
  • Sun 9am–1pm
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20. Te Anau Glowworm Caves

  • Adult $81
  • +64 3 249 6000
  • Real Journeys - Te Anau, Fiordland National Park, Southland, New Zealand
  • Daily

21. Neudorf Vineyards

    In 1978, husband and wife Tim and Judy Finn set out with a simple goal: to make beautiful wine. Nearly 40 years later, they’ve built a gorgeous vineyard
  • Free
  • +64 03 543 2643
  • Neudorf Vineyards, Upper Moutere, Tasman, New Zealand
  • Open every day from 11am until 5pm
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22. Lake Wanaka

  • Activity varies from $9-$1000
  • 64 3 443 1233
  • Lake Wanaka, Otago, New Zealand
  • Daily
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24. Thrill Zone

  • Thrill Zone is a high energy award-winning activity centre with a variety of fun adventures; from their Vortex 12D motion simulator to intricate battle grounds for
  • $69 pp for Reball; $49 AUD pp for Laser Tag and Hero Blast
  • 03 442 3417
  • Thrill Zone, Shotover Street, Queenstown, New Zealand
  • 10am-10pm daily
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25. Odyssey Sensory Maze

  • Adult $29.50; Child $19.50
  • Odyssey Sensory Maze, 57 Shotover Street, Queenstown, New Zealand
  • Daily 10am-10pm

26. Packard and Pioneer Museum

    Visit the Packard & Pioneer Museum and experience the wonder of this unique collection which spans the decades from the Industrial Revolution to the
  • Adults $20; Children $10
  • +64 09-434-8214
  • The Packard & Pioneer Museum, Whangarei, New Zealand
  • Open for guided tours

27. Dome Cinema

  • The Dome Cinema and Bar is a cinema like no other. A far cry from the typical, uninviting multiplexes that you find in most cities. Located in an old gentleman’s
  • $14 per person for movies Event prices vary ($5 and upwards)
  • 083243005
  • Dome Cinema, Gisborne, New Zealand
  • Wed - Sun from 5pm-12pm
  • Website
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28. Olveston Historic Home

    The Olveston home was owned by a business mand and collector, Mr David Theomin. The original plan was to leave the home to his family and future generations,
  • Adults $18.50, Child $9.50
  • +64 3 477 3320; 0800 100 880
  • Olveston Historic Home, Royal Terrace, North Dunedin, New Zealand
  • Guided Tours: 9:30am, 10:45am, 12pm, 1:30pm, 2:45pm & 4pm

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30. Stonehenge Aotearoa

  • Stonehenge Aotearoa offers visitors a window into the ancient past and a chance to rediscover the wonders of the night sky as our ancestors saw them. It
  • Adult: $8; Children $4.
  • (06) 377 1600
  • Stonehenge Aotearoa, Ahiaruhe Road, Ahiaruhe, New Zealand
  • 10am-4pm Weds-Sunday. Opening days vary seasonally.
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