Kauri Trees Puketi Forest
A traveller looks up at some Kauri trees in the Puketi Forest in the North Island of New Zealand. These particular Kauri trees are fairly small in comparison to some of the others that can be found a little further to the North. This type of tree was very popular with loggers in the late 19th and early 20th century. Unfortunately only 3% of the Kauri forests survived.
Panorama taken from the ovservation platform at the top of Rainbow Falls, New Zealand; one of the mos...
This panorama was shot using a small remote controlled 'drone' helicopter from a height of 300ft.
The Rainbow Warrior was given a final resting place near Matauri Bay, at the Cavalli Islands. It has ...
After a good night’s sleep, only broken briefly by some crashing waves… Another begins to dawn and th...
In July 1985 during Greenpeace’s protests against the French nuclear testing in the South Pacific the...
The town of Paihia is the gateway to the Bay of Islands. Most ferries and tours leave from this wharf.
Paihia is a cute little town in the heart of the Bay of Islands in New Zeland.
Auckland is the commercial capital of New Zealand but anything to the North can be considered "Northland". Preferred destination for tourists and workers alike when surf, sand, diving and fishing is involved. It has a solid rural base of Dary, Beef and Sheep as well as horticulture and wineyards.
Whangarei is the regional city on the way up to Cape Reinga at the northernmost tip of the island.