Kiwi Accommodation: the premier New Zealand accommodation guide
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Kiwi Accommodation is the Internet's premier New Zealand Accommodation directory. You can select from over 750 properties and find all types of accommodation in New Zealand by region, town, city, district or by property type. By putting you in direct contact with the property, you can get the best deal possible.
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Finding somewhere to stay is as easy as:
1. BROWSE the menus (above or left) by accommodation type or search by town, city or district (above right).
2. CHOOSE the places that interest you and compare the features and prices.
3. BOOK directly with the property for the best rates available.
As you look through the site, you can keep a record of possible New Zealand accommodation options by recording your selections in the My places to stay section of the site. If you are casually browsing, Kiwi Accommodation will keep track of your recent searches under the My recently viewed heading in the right column. Also, be sure to check the Late availability deals and daily Accommodation specials that are on offer. By putting you in direct contact with the finest New Zealand accommodation suppliers, you can get the best deal possible.
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New Zealand Accommodation by region
|NORTH ISLAND (VIEW MAP)
Northland Famous for it's mild climate, beaches, ancient Kauri trees, and subtropical flora, Northland has many safe beaches where you can swim, dive, kayak, surf, water ski and fish.
Bay of Islands Set on the East Coast of Northland, Opua, Waitangi, Paihia, Russell and Kerikeri all make up the Bay of Islands, the cultural centre of New Zealand and a haven for sailing and water sports.
Auckland New Zealand's largest city is a vibrant multicultural centre of the arts and the business hub of the country. Museums, art galleries, harbour trips, the Auckland Zoo, a visit to SkyTower, and a host of shopping options are major attractions
Coromandel Peninsula and Hauraki Plains Has a spectacular coastline, beautiful beaches and rugged volcanic hills cloaked in native rainforest, fine dining and a rich cultural and pioneering heritage.
Waikato and The King Country Home to much of New Zealand's unique cultural, historic and natural heritage, with magnificient harbours, national parks and rivers.
Bay of Plenty & East Cape Extending from Kati Kati and the popular surfing beach of Waihi in the north to the seaside town of Whakatane in the South, The Bay of Plenty is handy to Auckland and Hamilton.
Taranaki Taranaki’s 300-kilometre coastline features 25-metre tall pinnacles long since separated from the 100-metre distant cliffs, while the main city New Plymouth is New Zealand’s sunniest city.
North Island Year-round sunshine, excellent Chardonnay wine and popular destinations such as Coromandel Peninsula, Bay of Plenty, Hawke's Bay and Napier are all part of this region.
|Central North Island East Coast and Hawkes Bay The area includes the thermal wonderland of Rotorua and the glowworm Waitomo Caves, Lake Taupo, farmlands of Waikato and the river of the same name, and the famed Tongariro National Park.
Wellington, Kapiti Coast & The Wairarapa New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington, is set between a magnificent harbour and rolling green hills. The Kapiti Coast, has nature and marine reserves, and Wairarapa is a fine place to experience rural New Zealand.
South Island West Coast Ominous mountains, glaciers, ancient forests and dramatic coastal scenery are all part of the landscape of this wild region centred around Westport, Greymouth, Hokitika, Fox Glacier, Franz Josef Glacier and Haast.
Canterbury The region includes the fine regional capital of Christchurch, Kaikoura, Hanmer Springs, Timaru, Lake Tekapo, Methven and Darfield, as well as New Zealand’s highest point, Mt Cook.
Otago Once the centre of a gold rush, Otago is now a major tourist destination for its dramatic scenery, and its main centres include Queenstown, Lake Wanaka, Dunedin, Alexandra, Cromwell, Ranfurly, and Roxburgh.
Southland Southland, New Zealand's southernmost region, includes the regional capital, charming Invercargill, New Zealand's third island, Stewart Island, and the ruggedsouthern coastline, with its remote beaches.