Lots to see, plenty to do

What can you expect to find when you do a DayOut search? New Zealand offers such a choice of attractions there's something to please every tourist or traveller. What interests you? Bungy (bungee) jumping, wine trails, sightseeing, history sites, scuba diving, urban or out of town walks or even golf? Click the links to explore the possibilities!

  • Mount Hutt Skifield

    Adventure/Sport

    You could be soaring over the Canterbury Plains in a hot air balloon or crawling through ancient limestone caves in Waitomo. Active travellers have the time of their life in New Zealand! search >>
  • Museum of New Zealand - Te Papa

    New Zealand Architecture

    Architecture buffs will recognise styles from around the world in New Zealand's building diversity search >>
  • Royal Albatross Breeding Colony

    Ecotour

    Isolated by the sea, free from predatory and browsing mammals, New Zealand's plant Ecotours in New Zealandand animal life evolved uniquely. search >>
  • Hobbiton Movie Set & Farm Tours

    Filming Locations

    New Zealand's dramatic scenery and its variety within a small area have made it increasingly attractive to moviemakers. search >>
  • Wellington Civic Centre

    Gallery

    Oscar Wilde said "All art is useless", but people still flock to art galleries and there are plenty, large and small, to visit in New Zealand. search >>
  • Kemp House and Stone Store (Kerikeri Mission Station)

    Garden

    Public and private, New Zealand's many gardens offer devotees countless hours of quiet enjoyment. search >>
  • Kauri Cliffs

    Golf

    It's one of the most accessible sports in New Zealand ... and not expensive to take part in. search >>
  • Waitangi

    Heritage

    From Maori historic buildings and sites to gold boom ghost towns to early farming practice, New Zealand¹s heritage offers much to interest travellers. search >>
  • Lyttelton Information Centre

    Information

    Cities have them and so do most small towns. Information Centres are always a good starting point for first-time visitors. search >>
  • Stuart Landsborough's Puzzling World

    Kids/Picnic/Beach

    Find things to do with the family. When the weather's fine and you have the time, there's nothing nicer than packing a picnic and heading for the nearest park or beach. search >>
  • Auckland Museum

    Museum

    For people who like visiting museums, New Zealand offers more than two hundred, many small and specialised, and also including the Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa, the country's new national museum, guaranteed to give you a different slant on what museums are about. search >>
  • Whangarei Heads - Mount Manaia

    Scenic Route

    By road and rail, see landscapes of ever-changing variety and beauty. search >>
  • New Brighton Pier

    Sightseeing

    It's only a small country but there's more than enough to see ­ thermal activity, dramatic landscapes, glaciers and snow playgrounds, stunningly beautiful beaches and forests, spectacular fiords... search >>
  • Christchurch Railway Station

    Technology

    New Zealand's past prosperity was built on successful technological innovation. The record of that innovation may be seen at sites throughout the country. more >>
  • Oriental Parade

    Walks

    In town or country, through bush, in the mountains, by rivers and beaches, walking is a great way to see New Zealand... and you can do it free. search >>
  • French Farm Winery

    Wine & Beer

    In just three or four days on New Zealand's wine trail, you can sample more wine styles and see more beautiful landscapes than just about anywhere else on earth. search >>