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美術館

Museum
“Te Papa is really exciting you can learn NZ geology, nature, marine life, Maori culture, etc (also it is free)”
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美術館
“Free entry. The art work here can inspire and refresh you, come to feel it.”
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Museum
“A small museum, run by enthusuastic amateurs, in the old Meteorological Building next to the Paraparaumu Airport Control Tower. The display of historic photographs of Paraparaumu Airport is probably second to none. The museum offers an introduction to New Zealands airliner history and illustrates it through reproduced photographs, models and collections of memorabilia from the flights themselves.”
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歴史博物館

History Museum
“Puke Ariki is home to the i-SITE, a museum, a library & a cafe/restaurant. The museum is world class has an extensive collection of Māori artefacts, plus colonial, mountain & wildlife exhibits. Translating as ‘Hill of Chiefs’ it is well worth a visit. ”
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History Museum
“The Waikato Museum's exhibitions, events and programmes tell our stories from a regional and global perspective and include visual art, social history, tangata whenua and science from touring exhibitions and the museum's own collections.”
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History Museum
“Maritime History Museum with lots of interesting artifacts plus you can do a trip on one of the old ships. Great spot, right on the waterfront with lots of fabulous restaurants and cafes. (9.5 km from Tui Glen Road or alternatively take the ferry over from Birkenhead or Devonport).”
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History Museum
“Interesting exhibits and stories of Wellington. Quite different from Te Papa and very worthwhile”
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History Museum
“Te Puia spans 70 hectares within the historic Te Whakarewarewa Valley, on the edge of town. It is the home to the world famous Pohutu geyser, to mud pools, hot springs, to silica formations to the Kiwi bird and the national schools of wood carving, weaving, stone and bone carving. Te Puia shared these treasures with manuhiri (visitors) for 170 years and proudly continue that legacy today.”
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History Museum
“Go back in time to how Howick used to be. Live days held on the first Sunday of each month (usually) Located in Lloyd Elsmore Park. ”
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History Museum
“326 Main Street, Palmerston North: OPEN 7 days 10am – 5pm Rugby Museum in New Zealand that safeguards the preservation, protection and display of the history and heritage of New Zealand rugby.”
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History Museum
“The Torpedo Bay Navy Museum is the official museum of the Royal New Zealand Navy. It opened in 2010, to replace an earlier naval museum. The museum is in Devonport, Auckland”
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絶景展望スポット

絶景スポット
“The Sky Tower is a telecommunications and observation tower in Auckland, New Zealand”
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Beach
“Cathedral Cove, or Te Whanganui-A-Hei Marine Reserve, is a naturally beautiful place to go. Access by walking, kayaking or water taxi”
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記念碑・ランドマーク
“Park at the i-site car park and enjoy a gentle walk along the Maitai river followed by a 20 minute uphill walk to the summit. ”
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絶景スポット
“10 min drive. Advice on local walking tracks that are open. Good elevated views across the Waitakere dams to the harbour. Information on local flora and fauna. Historical information about the area.”
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絶景スポット
“Tiritiri Matangi Island is a wildlife sanctuary and one of New Zealand's most important and exciting conservation projects. It can be quite a raucous experience! Access to the island is by Fullers ferry from Gulf Harbour - check their timetable for sailing times.”
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絶景スポット
“Certainly worth the effort to climb this beauty. If you're fit then a 20 to 30 minute hike to the top...but why rush! Not good for those with knee issues as lots of stairs. A walk around the Mount is also a great experience. I prefer to go clockwise so you're facing the beach side on completion....lots of cafes along the beach front along with public toilets and water stations. An easy 45 minute amble. Just 3.5 km around the base of the Mount.”
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絶景スポット
“Even though Bridal Veil falls is a small drive out of Raglan, it is well worth a visit! Especially after decent rainfall, the waterfall is spectacular and the bush walk is refreshing :) you will need good walking shoes as it can become slippery after rain... ”
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絶景スポット
“There are great walks here , good shoes, take a drink bottle and swimming gear, you may wish to take a dip in the river. The Rail Tunnel Loop: A 1.5-hour loop walk takes you through the kilometre-long rail tunnel (lighting is provided, but a torch is recommended), along the gorgeous river’s edge and through the remains of 19th century mine buildings. ”
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史跡

History Museum
“Te Puia spans 70 hectares within the historic Te Whakarewarewa Valley, on the edge of town. It is the home to the world famous Pohutu geyser, to mud pools, hot springs, to silica formations to the Kiwi bird and the national schools of wood carving, weaving, stone and bone carving. Te Puia shared these treasures with manuhiri (visitors) for 170 years and proudly continue that legacy today.”
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パフォーミングアーツ会場
“See an example of what our Villages used to look like back in the past. Experience the cultural performance and hangi meal as well. ”
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Hot Spring
“Adults only hot pools, with different pools at varying temperatures. Just as you drive out of Taupo heading towards Rotorua. Straight after the BP petrol station. ”
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歴史上有名な所
“A chance to talk around a real Maori village, and see the beautiful Saint Faith's church - a mixture of European and Maori architecture.”
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歴史上有名な所
“The Durie Hill Elevator celebrated it's 100th year recently. It is an absolute must see. Take the steps up and then make your way back down with the elevator. The views from up there are incredible and completely worth it. The cost is $2 per person per ride”
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画廊
“Corban Estate Arts Centre, nearby art displayed for all to view with small entry fee”
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Lighthouse
“Manukau Heads Lighthouse is located atop Awhitu Peninsula on the south side of the Manukau Heads. Gates are open 9am to 5pm daily and entry to the lighthouse is by donation. You will find a donation box just inside the lighthouse under the stairs. Manukau Heads Lighthouse Auckland, New Zealand Skip to content HomeContacts Guided Tours Hireage Archive Facts Keepers Rescue & Restoration Glossary Environment Explore Connect Links Previous Next One of few visitor-accessible lighthouses in New Zealand. From the car park 120 easy stairs bring you to the Lighthouse and the Signal Station lookout. The iconic wooden lighthouse tower can be entered to view the prisms of the original 3rd order dioptric drum lens. Breathtaking Views: Stroll around the Lightkeeper’s balcony just as he would have done nearly 140 years ago. Few other New Zealand lighthouses reward visitors with such an authentic experience. Lighthouse and adjacent Signal Station command wide views of the mighty Manukau Bar, Paratutae (site of the first signal station), Auckland’s sub-tropical Waitakere Ranges, Auckland City and the whole of lake-like Manukau Harbour. Mount Taranaki (2518 m) frequently clears clouds to the south Follow signs to Waiuku. From there it is 45 minutes drive on sealed roads following signs to Manukau Heads and Lighthouse.”
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歴史上有名な所
“The iconic Maori Rock Carvings in Mine Bay are only accessible by boat. You can kayak to the carvings (Taupo Kayaking Adventures or Canoe & Kayak), or take a scenic cruise - by charter or scenic cruise boat or yacht (Sail Barbary highly recommended). Take a fishing charter and add it to the experience of catching a Taupo trout!”
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図書館

History Museum
“Puke Ariki is home to the i-SITE, a museum, a library & a cafe/restaurant. The museum is world class has an extensive collection of Māori artefacts, plus colonial, mountain & wildlife exhibits. Translating as ‘Hill of Chiefs’ it is well worth a visit. ”
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Library
“In St Heliers you'll find all your essentials such as, chemists, dry cleaners, cafes, fish & chips, convenience stores, doctors, dentists, and beauty and nail salons. ”
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Library
“Provides free internet, so if you need to do some work while outside, it is one of the option! Otherwise, relax and read a good book there, there are plenty of good cafes around the library to enjoy!”
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Library
“Auckland's biggest library and information hub. Includes cafe and the Academy cinema (underground) which has a range of festival and art house movies.”
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Community Center
“Te Ahu Centre The centre is the hub of Kaitaia and the Far North. There is a library in the centre and free WiFi as well as a movie theatre. There is a very good museum in the centre. It may be small but it does give an overview of the settlement of the area from pre-European time to the arrival of the Dalmations who came to the area to harvest the Kauri Gum from the many kauri trees that once blanketed the area. In the entrance to the Te Ahu Centre has a beautiful collection of Pouwhenua or pou whenua (land post), which are carved wooden posts used by Māori to mark significant activities or historical events. ”
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Library
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Library
“Really large and comprehensive library in a stunning building. Nice cafe inside. Great to spend a few hours on a rainy day and in the next door art gallery and the nearby Wellington visitor center.”
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Library
“The librarian is really nice and books always arrive early. There is only one thing they could improve on if they can offer launch and send to homes after ordering. We all like to go there to read.”
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