STB Pacific

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Kiwis eat MARMITE and VEGEMITE on toast.
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A BACH is a beachside holiday house.
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Auckland’s RANGITOTO ISLAND is the most recent Volcano in N.Z.
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There are 4.5 million PEOPLE in N.Z.(approx).
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CAMPING is the traditional summer holiday activity.
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WATER is drinkable from the tap in N.Z.
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AOTEAROA is N.Z.'s Maori name which means 'Land of the long white cloud'.

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There are no SNAKES in N.Z.
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A.J. Hackett’s BUNGY was the first Bungy in the World.
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There are 38 million SHEEP in N.Z. (approx)
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The KIWI is a flightless bird from N.Z. New Zealanders are also called Kiwis.
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The SOUTHERN ALPS is the youngest Alpine range in the world.

South Island Schools

Nelson - Marlborough

Nelson in the Marlborough region combines beaches and lakes, spectacular national parks and unique landforms at the perfect latitude under New Zealand's highest sunshine hours.  For more detailed information on this area see www.nelsonnz.com
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Canterbury

Christchurch is the  largest, vibrant city in the South Island and combines cultural and outdoor experiences from the Pacific Ocean to the Southern Alps. For more detailed information on this area see www.christchurchnz.com
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Otago & Southland

Wanaka in Southland is a land of striking mountains, deep alpine lakes and air as clear as crystal situated in the heart of the Southern Alps. For more detailed information on this area see www.lakewanaka.co.nz
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Dunedin in the Otago region is home to New Zealand’s largest University (University of Otago) and is packed with historic architecture, cafes, bars, art galleries and New Zealand designer fashion. For more detailed information on this area see www.dunedinnz.com
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