North Island is the main island; as it's home to the capital Wellington, and the larger city of Auckland.
In the extreme west of the North Island of New Zealand stands
Mount Taranaki, or Mount Egmont. This extinct volcano towers to 2,518m.
There are also three active volcanoes on North Island: Mount Ruapehu
(at 2,797 m the islands highest), Mount Ngauruhoe, and Mount Tongariro.
Located in the heart of New Zealand's North Island, no visit to the Lake Taupo region is complete without visiting
the mighty Huka Falls; the largest falls on the
Waikato River, and one of the most visited natural attractions in New Zealand.
You can also find many geysers, boiling mud pools, and hot springs
North of Auckland, is sandy beach
territory, and the glorious Bay of Islands.
Located on the eastern side of North Island.
Kerikeri Visitor Guide:
Kerikeri is central to Paihia, Waitangi and Matauri Bay, for all the Tourist and
Water-based activities of the Bay of Islands. Come and expect to lose your heart.
Northland - Birthplace of a
The narrow peninsula of New Zealand's northern most region is the home of New Zealand's
first inhabitants; pointing as it does towards Polynesia. Northland and the Bay of Islands
includes all of the country north of greater Auckland.
The Pacific Coast Highway runs from Auckland to Hawkes Bay.
Wairarapa is in the south-east of New Zealand's North Island, close to the capital,
Wellington, with its international airport and Interisland ferry terminal.
New Zealand Cities:
Find out more about New Zealand's cities and towns.
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