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The MiNDFOOD guide to hidden gems for a Kiwi road trip

Te Waihou Walkway, Hamilton New Zealand.

The MiNDFOOD guide to hidden gems for a Kiwi road trip

Looking for a new place to explore this spring? Find out which stunning locations the MiNDFOOD staff like to drive to.

The MiNDFOOD guide to hidden gems for a Kiwi road trip

The Catlins

Anything near the ocean is a winner for me – I love watching wild seas and swimming in crystal oceans. I think the Catlins is a very special place because it’s so isolated, but I also love Sydney’s south coast, and beaches like Gerroa, where you can get lost for hours wandering 90 Mile Beach. Nothing beats being near the sea.

Lillian McHugh, Integration Director

Porpoise Bay, Catlins Coast, New Zealand

Te Waihou Walkway (Blue Spring)

Te Waihou Walkway (Blue Spring) near Putaruru, en route from Hobbiton to Rotorua, is quite possibly one of the prettiest, short (three-hour) walks in God’s Own.

Janine Bourke, Account Director

Awaroa/Godley Head Loop Track

A 30-minute drive out of Christchurch is the stunning Awaroa/Godley Head track. It’s a great day walk that hugs around the clifftop, showcasing the rugged coast and windswept landscape. A highlight for me was seeing charming fisherman’s shacks dotted along the coast on the way.

Kathryn Chung, Staff Writer

Tāwharanui Regional Park

It’s hardly a secret, but I’ve always loved driving to Tāwharanui. It’s such a stunning beach – it wouldn’t be summer without spending a day there.

Ashley Wallace, Staff Writer

 

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