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Christ Church, Russell. 
Christ Church, built 1835, is the New Zealand's oldest church. It's still scarred with musket and cannon ball holes, a reminder of the area's rich history.
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Martha Mine, Waihi. 
Gold was first discovered in Waihi in 1878. Martha Mine became the our richest mine until its closure in 1952. It has since re-opened, but not for public access.
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Mount Ngongataha, Rotorua. 
Mount Ngongataha in Rotorua is one of the highest in the region, offers panoramic views of the city and lake, and is home to many popular tourist attractions.
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One Tree Hill, Auckland. 
One Tree Hill before the iconic pine tree was removed after a failed chainsaw attack by a Maori protester. The hill was originallly the site of a Maori pa.
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Pupu Springs, Nelson. 
The Pupu Springs are the largest freshwater springs in New Zealand, with walking tracks that wander throughout the Springs Scenic Reserve.
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Rangitoto Island, Auckland. 
Rangitoto, one of Auckland's 50+ volcanic cones, is just 10km from the city with walks, BBQ areas, lava caves and great views from the 260m summit.
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Rotorua 
Rotorua, the well-known home of geothermal activity, has landscape encompasing silica-encrusted rocks, steaming pools, bubbling grey mud and erupting geysers.
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Rotorua, Blowing Geyser 
The Rotorua regions landscape is scattered with innumerable small steaming pools, craters and geothermal vents, and offers a variety of self-guided tours.
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