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A classic for years to come, this title is a spectacular photographic celebration of the heart of the Otago province. From sprawling landscapes to poignant portraits, Sydney captures the raw beauty of the area and the isolation of its inhabitants.
A fully illustrated guide to two iconic Otago rail trips; an ideal memento for overseas and local visitors alike. This journey follows the banks of one of New Zealand's biggest rivers via a railway line that was constructed during the Victorian era.
This book is a guide to the real New Zealand that few of us get a chance to explore. This book will inspire you to get out and encounter the unknown and take in some of the best this fantastic country has to offer.
This guide book to the Otago Rail Trail will take your breath away. Stunning scenery, important historical information, and invaluable current information for those planning or thinking about cycling, walking or riding the Otago Rail Trail.
This fascinating book explores the wilderness of New Zealand from the perspective of the traveller by road. Richly illustrated, the book visits wilderness areas, parks, reserves and sanctuaries throughout the country.
Nearly 80 short walks around the Hawke's Bay area are covered in this. Each walk is given a track grade, approximate travel time, easy access details, notes on the track itself and points of interest to highlight the most memorable features.
This updated edition by New Zealand’s most respected tramping authors has everything you need for tramping. The tramps include New Zealand's best-known Great Walks and others. If you were to have one guide book on tramping, this is the one to have.
The reality for most trampers is that their trips usually must fit into weekends. This collection contains the best of the North Island's two-and three-day tramping trips.
This is the essential guide for anyone wanting to visit the many tracks and trails of the beautiful inland regions of the lower half of the South Island, with an emphasis on the foothills and forests.
For those who intend on taking the TranzAlpine train through the Southern Alps, or taking the route by car or bus, this is the must-read for historic facts and features of interest that can be seen along the journey.
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