With sheep outnumbering people about six-fold, New Zealand has plenty of room for visitors—if you don’t mind sharing the landscape with some wooly friends. Plus, there are tons of things to do in any season. Whether you want to sail, scream your way down a zip line, or dine in downtown Auckland, you can always fill your New Zealand itinerary with the activities you love. And with cheap flights to New Zealand from Expedia.com.au, you’ll never feel guilty about booking tickets to see your favourite Kiwi destinations.
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If you ask New Zealanders when to visit, you may get loads of different answers. While flights to the South Island or Auckland Airport are never a bad idea, each season has its own special advantages. From December to February, you can enjoy zip lining near Auckland Harbour with the sun on your face, along with other summertime adventures. Meanwhile, autumn is popular among hiker and bikers. The temperatures are still favourable, and you won’t see the crowds that congregated on the trails during the summer.
Naturally, winter opens up the chance to show off your ski skills in the likes of Mount Hutt or Coronet Peak. If you’re not one for the powder, you can still hike in the winter; be sure to take a dip in a natural hot spring if you get the chance. Come springtime, you won’t want to miss out on outdoor tours of “Middle Earth.” Score one of the top flight deals from Sydney to Auckland, and you can marvel at the beautiful Hunua Falls in Hunua Regional Park in cool spring temperatures.
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