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Omarama Clay Cliffs: One of the most underrated attractions in New Zealand

The little slice of Mars hidden in South Canterbury.

The little slice of Mars hidden in South Canterbury.

Spectacular views from new cycle trail

The new section of the A2O cycleway from Sailors Cutting to Benmore Dam has proven popular over the holiday break.

The new section of the A2O cycleway from Sailors Cutting to Benmore Dam has proven popular over the holiday break.

Golden Bay: a hidden slice of the tropics in the South Island

Welcome to Golden Bay: a hidden slice of the tropics in the South Island.

Welcome to Golden Bay: a hidden slice of the tropics in the South Island.

Hidden in New Zealand: Inside the world's largest sea cave

The waters teem with snapper and kingfish in the Poor Knights Islands.

The waters teem with snapper and kingfish in the Poor Knights Islands.

New Plymouth: NZ's city of amazing free activities

It's not often that you'll find the best things do in a region are free - but in Taranaki, nine out of ten of the top-rated tourist attractions don't cost a cent.

It's not often that you'll find the best things do in a region are free - but in Taranaki, nine out of ten of the top-rated tourist attractions don't cost a cent.

New Zealand's hidden Wonder of the World

NZ has an area so precious, it's been compared to the Great Barrier Reef and the Grand Canyon - but few Kiwis get there.

NZ has an area so precious, it's been compared to the Great Barrier Reef and the Grand Canyon - but few Kiwis get there.

Kiwis in flight: One year on the road

Kiwis Brook Sabin and Radha Engling quit their jobs, bought one-way tickets to Paris and now get paid to travel the world.

Kiwis Brook Sabin and Radha Engling quit their jobs, bought one-way tickets to Paris and now get paid to travel the world.

Adventurous bites: Snakes in your wine bottles

Someone might think it's scary, but in Vietnam, snake wine is a traditional drink. It is made by infusing grain alcohol with snakes.

Someone might think it's scary, but in Vietnam, snake wine is a traditional drink. It is made by infusing grain alcohol with snakes.

'Room of hugs' lets vulnerable cuddle in times of COVID

A ‘room of hugs’ has been set up in Campania, Italy, enabling those, who are vulnerable to coronavirus, to have physical contact with their loved ones.

A ‘room of hugs’ has been set up in Campania, Italy, enabling those, who are vulnerable to coronavirus, to have physical contact with their loved ones.

Great BOWLS of fire! Ramen restaurant sets customers' food ablaze

Menbaka Rire Ramen in Singapore delights its customers with blazing ramen bowls. The chefs provide a fiery culinary experience by using flammable green onion oil.

Menbaka Rire Ramen in Singapore delights its customers with blazing ramen bowls. The chefs provide a fiery culinary experience by using flammable green onion oil.

Breathtaking double-deck bridge becomes hot Chinese tourist attraction

Visitors have been flocking to Ruyi Bridge - China’s new breathtaking double-decker glass bridge in the mountains near Shenxianju. The bridge is about 140 metres above ground and there is a glass platform, where visitors can take pictures.

Visitors have been flocking to Ruyi Bridge - China’s new breathtaking double-decker glass bridge in the mountains near Shenxianju. The bridge is about 140 metres above ground and there is a glass platform, where visitors can take pictures.

Nelson Lighthouse

The Ferry owner Bruce Robertson does tours of the Boulder Bank Lighthouse built in 1862 which one of the only lighthouse that you can go inside.

The Ferry owner Bruce Robertson does tours of the Boulder Bank Lighthouse built in 1862 which one of the only lighthouse that you can go inside.

Timaru: A visit to New Zealand's little penguin city

Every night in Timaru, little blue penguins ride the waves ashore and waddle to their nests - and you can watch them.

Every night in Timaru, little blue penguins ride the waves ashore and waddle to their nests - and you can watch them.

Inside Te Hononga Hundertwasser Memorial Park

Te Hononga Hundertwasser Memorial Park in Kawakawa has everything a freedom camper needs.

Te Hononga Hundertwasser Memorial Park in Kawakawa has everything a freedom camper needs.

Crust to Crust: combining multisport and pies

Stuff reporter Martin van Beynen takes on a trans-alpine mission with more than a few pie stops thrown in.

Stuff reporter Martin van Beynen takes on a trans-alpine mission with more than a few pie stops thrown in.

Stuff Travel reporter accidentally checks in to the wrong hotel

Stuff's Brook Sabin accidentally went to a much more luxury hotel than he was booked into, and unwittingly took the room from someone having a romantic escape.

Stuff's Brook Sabin accidentally went to a much more luxury hotel than he was booked into, and unwittingly took the room from someone having a romantic escape.

All aboard The Cream Trip

This is one of the best ways to see the Bay of Islands.

This is one of the best ways to see the Bay of Islands.

Cromwell: New Zealand's next big mountain town and why now is the time to visit

The fast-growing town of Cromwell has mountains, a stunning lake, vineyards, cherry picking and loads of adventure activities. It's just missing the crowds.

The fast-growing town of Cromwell has mountains, a stunning lake, vineyards, cherry picking and loads of adventure activities. It's just missing the crowds.

St Bathans: New Zealand's secret blue lake, and the ghost that lives there

Saint Bathans is a historic mining town that's home to an incredible blue lake, and a ghost who likes to haunt men.

Saint Bathans is a historic mining town that's home to an incredible blue lake, and a ghost who likes to haunt men.

Life in managed isolation

Margaret Gordon, a Melbourne-based Kiwi who works as a video producer for The Age, offers a snapshot of her two weeks in managed isolation at an Auckland hotel.

Margaret Gordon, a Melbourne-based Kiwi who works as a video producer for The Age, offers a snapshot of her two weeks in managed isolation at an Auckland hotel.

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