In days gone by, sleepy Clyde really made some noise, writes Caroline Gladstone.
Julietta Jameson wouldn't dream of bungy jumping in Queenstown. A manuka honey facial is more her style.
From Nelson to Dunedin, Mark Chipperfield nominates the highlights of the Rugby World Cup — on and off field.
Right site, right vibe - laid-back Queenstown's new 'ski village' is a hit with visitors and locals, writes Julie Miller.
One man's undulation is another man's alp, discovers Richard Tulloch on a cycling tour of the South Island.
Our trans-Tasman neighbours have established an international reputation for luxury lodges in remote locations. Amanda Woodard visits the latest addition to the collection, while Sarah Maguire returns to the place where it all began.
My partner and I are planning two weeks on the South Island of New Zealand. Can you suggest a relaxing driving itinerary that allows us to stay a couple of days each in a few interesting places?
Briar Jensen finds a glass ceiling offering light relief.
It might be known as the Kiwi capital of extreme activities, but there's more to Queenstown than bungy jumping and speedboats. The town is on the edge of breathtaking mountain ranges and there are hikes in the surrounding areas to suit all tastes. In winter, Coronet Peak and the Remarkables offer some of the country's best skiing. In town, there's plenty of nightlife and dining options to keep you warm.