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New Zealand has mild seasonal temperatures, high rainfall during winter & many hours of sunshine throughout most of the country from November – March.
 The warmest months are December, January and February, and the coldest June, July and August.
During summer New Zealand has more beaches than any county per capita in the world.  Families, jet skis, surfers & swimmers enjoy easy access to beautiful sandy beaches all year round.
Pack warm winter clothing if visiting between May and September. Layer your clothing. Otherwise dress casually and bring summer clothes if visiting between November – February.
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We describe Tauranga as the best city in the World to Live, Work & enjoy life.   It has the most sunshine of any city in New Zealand & we enjoy a year round easy lifestyle supported by a beautiful temporate climate.
Some of the best schools, playgrounds, walking tracks, fishing, surfing, restuarants, shopping, music festivals & events are found in Tauranga & the nearby Bay of Plenty region.
If you are lucky enough to find work or start a business here your family will enjoy the best New Zealand has to offer.


Rotorua & Taupo are both situated in the Upper Central North Island & both offer a multitude of outdoor lifestyle & business options.
These cities are both cold in winter and brisk in summer due to their proximity to huge volcanic lakes filled with fresh water melted from nearby mountains.  Due to the cool temperature most of the year the lakes are not really suited for swimming, but they are lovely to boat & fish on.
Rotorua is by far the tourism capital of New Zealand due to its wonderous Geothermal activity.  Beautiful glistening lakes, spectacular forests & huge number of outdoor activities.
Rotorua has world class outdoor activities like Trout fishing, boating, swimming, mountain biking & trail running.
Rotorua offers many business opportunities & a diverse economy including forestry, wood processing, tourism, geothermal, agribusiness, international education & manufacturing.
Commercial & industrial land prices are cheaper in Rotorua than the larger cities of New Zealand.  The population is low & growing slowly, though tourist numbers continue to increase yearly due to the cities global reputation for culture & tourism activities.
Taupo is at stunning diamond at the heart of New Zealand’s beautiful North Island.  The centerpiece of the region is the sparkling & enormous Lake Taupo surrounded by snow-blanketed winter ski fields, ancient forests, trout-filled rivers, waterfalls & hot springs.
Taupo city center has great shopping facilities, restaurants & hotels.

QUEENSTOWN & WANAKASouth Island Lifestyle

Queenstown, New Zealand, sits on the shores of the South Island’s Lake Wakatipu, set against the dramatic Southern Alps. Renowned for adventure sports, it’s also a base for exploring the region’s vineyards & historic villages.
There’s bungee jumping off Kawarau Gorge Suspension Bridge & jet-boating on the Shotover and Dart rivers. In winter, there’s skiing on the slopes of The Remarkables & Coronet Peak.
Queenstown sits on the shore of the beautiful Lake Wakatipu among scenic alpine ranges.
Queenstown is the tourism capital of New Zealand with many options for skiing, bungy jumping, sky diving, canyon swinging, jet boating, horse trekking & river rafting.
Queenstown is also a renowned cycling destination, providing everything from easy scenic tracks to backcountry trails & downhill mountain biking.
Wanaka, a resort town on New Zealand’s South Island, is set on the southern end of its lake with views of snowcapped mountains. It’s the gateway to the Southern Alps’ Mount Aspiring National Park, a wilderness of glaciers, beech forests & alpine lakes. Treble Cone and Cardrona ski resorts are near the park.
Adventure seekers can go skydiving, canyoning, climbing or mountaineering & there are hundreds of kilometers of tracks for hiking or biking.
The crystal-clear water of the lakes & rivers are ideal for kayaking, fishing, lake cruises & jet-boating. In winter, Wanaka is a center for skiers & snowboarders with four world class ski areas just a short drive from the town.

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