North Island Wide Accessible Travel
As the name suggests, the North Island is the northernmost of the 2 main islands of New Zealand. Though smaller than the South Island, the North Island offers travellers an exciting mix of diversities. The vibrant, cultural city of Wellington is New Zealand's capital city and home to the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Known as the City of Sails, Auckland is a city of diversity, and is New Zealand's largest city and main transport hub.
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Mobile-friendly - ACCESS4ALL is a NZ-wide Accommodation and Activity Guide specifically designed for anyone, young or old, who has mild to major mobility difficulties. All accommodation providers in this website offer accessible facilities, which are detailed in their individual listing pages. Suitable for people using wheelchairs, as well as for seniors, parents with pushchairs and people with impaired mobility, sight or hearing.
Mobile-friendly - Let Us Do The Driving! Discover Castlepoint! A place of dramatic landscapes, amazing views and spectacular walking tracks! We pick you up from the Masterton railway station (or other Wairarapa location by arrangement).
Mobile-friendly - The three-hour, 92-kilometre journey between Wellington and Picton is one of New Zealand's most iconic tourist experiences and acknowledged as one of the most spectacular cruises in the world. Up to 11 crossings a day, carrying both passengers and vehicles. Comfort, friendly hospitality and service with Wi-Fi, cinemas, premium lounges, children's playgrounds, en suite cabins and much more on board.
Mobile-friendly - Discover New Zealand and the true beauty of rail with KiwiRail Scenic's unique train journeys. NZ's only passenger rail company combines breath-taking scenic train journeys with quality facilities and comfort. Enjoy stunning views from world-class carriages featuring panoramic windows, a licenced cafe, and open air viewing. Choose from three unique journeys; the Northern Explorer, Coastal Pacific and TranzAlpine.
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