Tag Archives: Education

Tasman Trails

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Tasman Trails are fun, family treasure hunts around New Zealand towns and cities! We provide a guide which will then take your family on their own adventure as they discover, explore and connect with their surroundings, history and community. Designed to entertain the whole family at the same time, your Tasman Trail can take a few hours or a whole day – you decide! MORE

Odyssey Sensory Maze – Auckland

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Odyssey Sensory Maze will send you on a journey that will invigorate, indulge and challenge your senses as you experience amazing illusions, sound effects, quirky obstacles and strange sensations that will invigorate and indulge your senses!

Odyssey is a mind-blowing journey that will leave you wondering how it is all possible and if you are perhaps in another world – Odyssey is truly a wonderous experience!

Odyssey is fun for all ages, great family entertainment and definitely a must see for all tourists. The incredible journey through Odyssey takes around 20 -30 minutes and is suitable for all ages over 8.

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Kiwi360 – Te Puke

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Kiwi360 celebrates kiwifruit, the ‘World’s Healthiest Fruit’.
The Bay of Plenty is the home of this global superfood phenomenon.
Take a guided tour of the commercial kiwifruit farm on the property, browse for kiwifruit inspired gifts and souvenirs in the main complex, and enjoy gourmet NZ refreshments in the courtyard MORE

Carter Observatory

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The newly refurbished Carter Observatory includes a multimedia exhibition all about the Southern Skies, a 9m digital full-dome planetarium, heritage telescopes, and space-themed gift shop.
Shows in the planetarium are scheduled regularly across the day. You can browse in the exhibition, then take in a show – or enjoy a show then wander around the exhibition and gift shop. It’s entirely up to you. MORE

Te Papa

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Te Papa is New Zealand’s national museum, renowned for being bicultural, scholarly, innovative, and fun. Our success is built on our relationships with and ability to represent our community.
Our collections span five areas: Art, History, Pacific, Māori, and Natural Environment. Our exhibitions are interdisciplinary and interactive, and we have dynamic events and education programmes. We also have thriving commercial enterprises, including a publishing division, conference operations, and retail stores. MORE