Region profiles
  • Region in Profile: Mount Maunganui

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    19 Dec 2014
    The Mount Maunganui Language Centre is right in the middle of the popular dining area of the town – perfect for coffee, lunch or dinner with classmates. Spend your weekends relaxing on the beach, taking part in a number of water-based activities available, shopping at the markets or mall or taking leisurely walks up and around Mauao. What a perfect way to enjoy New Zealand while learning English!Read More >
  • Region in Profile: Nelson

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    8 Dec 2014
    Beautiful Nelson is widely known for its high sunshine hours and rich history – it’s the second oldest European-settled city in New Zealand and the oldest in the South Island.Read More >
  • Region in Profile: Rotorua

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    5 Dec 2014
    Known for its prominent geothermal activity and rich Maori culture, Rotorua is certainly one of the more unique places in New Zealand. It’s famous for its geysers and bubbling mud pools.Read More >
  • Region in Profile: Taupo

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    31 Oct 2014
    Because it remains a relatively small area, the Taupo region is like a large family – everyone knows and looks after each other and welcomes new people with open arms. People in Taupo like to live an active lifestyle and enjoy spending time outside, and it's no wonder, there are many wonderful exciting things to see and do.Read More >
  • Region in Profile: Dunedin

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    30 Oct 2014
    Nicknamed the “Edinburgh of the South”, Dunedin is the second-largest city in the South Island of New Zealand. Though it’s only the country’s 7th largest city in population, it is considered to be one of the four main cities in New Zealand due to its unique and beautiful history, geography and culture.Read More >
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