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Adventure for Kids

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New Zealand is the land of outdoor adventures. We’ve got separate sections here for Beaches for Kids and Walks for Kids, both of which offer a myriad of places for families with kids to enjoy their visit.

If your kids are teenagers, head straight to Outdoor Adventures.

Winter sports such as skiing and snowboarding can keep kids entertained for days. Remember, the seasons are opposite down here - winter sports activities generally take place between June and early October. But even in summer many of NZ’s ski resorts put on activities for kids and families – so this section’s worth a browse at any time of year.

Beaches for Kids

Outdoor Adventure

Walks for Kids

Winter Sports

Otago Central Rail Trail

150km on a mountain bike or e-bike!

Glacier Explorer

Take a small boat tour on Lake Tasman

Queenstown Gardens

Gorgeous park & disc golf

Shotover Jet

Blasting through the canyons

Skyline Queenstown

Views & activities galore

Skyline Rotorua

Plenty of action atop the gondola

Tamaki Drive

Waterfront drive, cycle path, aquarium & beaches

Te Anau Glowworm Caves

Great adventure for the family

Waitomo Caves

Spot the glow worms

Zorb

Roll down a hill inside a ball

Text © Craig McLachlan

Image by freakalad