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Wanaka has no shortage of awesomeness and Rob Roy Glacier & Roy’s Peak are definitely high on the list. Both hikes are relatively easy and very accessible. With New Zealand and Wanaka’s booming popularity you will find a lot of people fighting for parking at Roy’s Peak though. Try...

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Centennial Hut is an alpine hut in New Zealand above Franz Josef glacier. We first became enchanted by this hut when we saw a picture of it at the Banff Film Festival hosted by the New Zealand Alpine Club. Having just finished a high alpine skills course ourselves where...

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Queenstown has no shortage of extreme and nature activities. While bungy jumping and sky diving may be the most well known there is an endless list of cool activities. This video highlights a weekend in Queenstown heli snowshoeing, flyboarding, jet packing and jet boating!   Check out our photos...

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The judgement of success is always relative. Our original glowworm video has over 300,000 views on YouTube and was featured on well-respected sites IFLScience, Wired, Smithsonian and DigitalRev and even won the New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year – Timelapse award which is one of New Zealand’s most...

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Sunrise Hut is in the Ruahine mountain range on the North Island. The location is known for it’s beautiful sunrises. We walked past the hut with a plan to climb one of the mountains in the background which was foiled when gale force winds rolled in and ruin our...

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The Walls of Jerusalem was last adventure on our Tasmania road trip. We climbed up Solomon’s Throne and Mt Jerusalem in a 24 hours while tenting at Wild Dog campsite. It would have been great to have had more time to spend here as it was a pretty cool spot!...

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You won’t hear about the Naseby Ice Luge in any New Zealand guidebook. That’s unfortunate because it deserves to be on everyone’s winter to-do-list!!!! We narrowly missed the 2014 season but just managed to catch the end of the 2015 season. The track exists because it was a passion...

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Poor Knights Island is New Zealand’s best known scuba diving site. The place is literally crawling with marine life! We swam through a cave with fish streaming through it and saw lots of different species along with some eels and stingrays! This was my first official scuba diving adventure...

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Crystal clear water, towering sea cliffs and playful seals – what more could you ask for? We had a perfect day kayaking the Tasman Peninsula with Roaring 40’s Kayaking – a must do in Tasmania! Check out our photos and blog from kayaking Tasman Peninsula

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Wineglass Bay is a very special horseshoe shaped beach in Freycinet National Park in Tasmania. This was one of the most beautiful beaches we’ve seen and because you must hike into it there are very few people on it. We also hiked to the top of Mt Amos and Mt Graham...

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