Taranaki – Like No Other.

Travel & Explore New Zealand.

New Zealand is a place of natural beauty, unique adventures and modern, vibrant cities. At See New Zealand, we love to travel and explore new places. We will share what we see as we explore New Zealand.

See New Zealand is an online travel website featuring videos & articles of our adventures throughout Aotearoa. We hope that you enjoy the articles we put together so that you can get the best out of your holiday in New Zealand when you travel.

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Bill Richardson Transport World

Bill Richardson Transport World is a vintage vehicle museum home to New Zealand’s largest collection of vintage automobiles and trucks.

Waipapa Point, Southland

Waipapa Point is a rocky promontory on the south coast of Foveaux Strait, the South Island of New Zealand.

Arapuni Swing Bridge

The Arapuni Swing Bridge is downstream from the Arapuni Power Station on the Waikato River in the South Waikato District of New Zealand.

Huka Falls, New Zealand

The Huka Falls flows fast! it would fill an Olympic swimming pool in just 11 seconds – that’s a lot of water.

Queenstown Gondola

travels 480 metres high above Queenstown to the Skyline complex which gives you spectacular panorama views of Queenstown

Aoraki Mt Cook, New Zealand

Video from a day trip to Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park, New Zealand in October 2021. We could not have asked for a more perfect day to view the mountain.

TSS Earnslaw, Queenstown

This steamship is one of the world’s oldest & largest remaining coal-fired steamships and has sailed Lake Wakatipu since 1912.

Travel Responsibly

At See New Zealand, do our best to travel responsibly. We believe that we all should try to make environmental choices about what we do and where we stay. After all, if we don’t all try to make the correct choices – who will?



New Zealand is a special place, and everyone who lives and travels here has a responsibility to look after it.


(Māori: [aɔˈtɛaɾɔa]; commonly pronounced by English speakers as /ˌɑːoʊtiːəˈroʊə/) is the Māori name for New Zealand. It was originally used by the Māori people in reference to only the North Island but, since the late 19th century, the word has come to refer to the country as a whole.