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.
In the rarefied air of the Southern Alps, Craig Tansley visits an exclusive lodge where skiers get around in helicopters.
Rachael Oakes-Ash looks at where winter adventurers can go to recover after a big day on the slopes.
New Zealand's coterie of luxury lodges continues to grow, renovate and reinvent. Max Anderson reports.
Snow-capped mountains are just the start of the adventure in Queenstown, writes Debbie Neilson-Hunter.
Real-time reports, high-tech lift passes and smart ways to clock your speed: technology has officially arrived, writes Rachael Oakes-Ash.
If you want to go crazy, there's no better place than Queenstown's biggest party, writes Craig Platt.
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.