In Mid-2018 I did a weekend trip to New Zealand, in this slideshow are a few of the shots from an overnight trip form Auckland.
In late winter 2017 I travelled to the Far North of New Zealand. Over two days I took the long route back to Auckland.
The photo gallery below shows the highlight of the trip.
In November a friend of mine from Europe was visiting Auckland. I went across for a weekend to show them around my hometown.
Below are some photos from that day, they were taken at Mt Victoria, Long Bay, and Western Springs Speedway.
The highlight of the day was capturing a photo of a tui in the bush at Long Bay.Read more
On my final day in the South Island I drove from Wanaka to Queenstown, did some sightseeing and jumped on a plane to Auckland.
My day began at midnight where I stayed up until the clocked rolled over so I could change my flexi-time airfare to a later time in the day allowing me to see more during the day.Read more
On my second day in Wanaka I went skiing at the Remarkables with some friends.Read more
My first day in Wanaka started with a decision to go skiing at Treble Cone for the day.
Treble Cone isn’t too far from Wanaka, however, it is one very impressive and dangerous drive to get up the mountain.Read more
Following a weekend exploring Christchurch, Methven and Ashburton I drove from Christchurch to Wanaka. Direct driving time for the 430km trip is just over five hours, but in reality it takes all day. Starting out from Christchurch right on 9am, I first stopped at the Cookie Time factory which is located on the outskirts of the city.Read more
After spending an afternoon exploring Christchurch I met a friend at Christchurch airport and drove to Methven for the night. The following morning I slept in and was woken by housekeeping (they were stunned that people were still sleeping on such a beautiful day).Read more
In mid-September I went to New Zealand for ten days for a short holiday. The trip began with a flight from Sydney to Christchurch. This was the first time I’ve visited Christchurch since 2009. After landing, collecting my bags and picking up a rental car I drove into the central city. As I drove through the suburbs I didn’t see any damage from the various earthquakes that have rocked the city over the last five years. However, once I got into the CBD I was surprised by the extent of the still visible damage and empty streets. The rebuilding has produced a number of impressive new buildings but there is still much more to be rebuilt – and even buildings left to be torn down.Read more
In June and July I went on a few adventures. Below are photos from a Central Coast Road Trip and two trips to New Zealand.Read more