|Series:||Mini Guide to the Identification of New Zealand...|
A handy, pocket-sized guide to the identification of New Zealand native trees. Condensed from Andrew Crowe's popular Which Native Tree?, this mini guide has been designed to fit into a pocket, day pack or bag. Full of essential informat... read more
A photographi guide to the Milford Track
Derek Smith has spent most of his working life working as a meter reader, a deliberate choice of occupation, as it has allowed his to pursue his vocation as a photographer. Inspired by the social documentary style of photographers such as Walker Evans and William Eggleston, a... read more
Rob Suisted is one of New Zealand's most established and best known photographers, with 16 books published of his work and his photos visible in many different, high profile settings, including New Zealand Post postage stamps and New Zealand bank notes. This latest book, ... read more
Whether you're a first-time visitor or making a return trip, the sheer majesty of New Zealand's landscapes is always awe-inspiring. There are peaceful lakes and thundering waterfalls, active volcanoes and the looming icy peaks of the Sout... read more
|Author:||Paul Hersey; Shelley Hersey|
|Reading Level:||very good|
New Zealand's Great Walks are truly world class. In a country blessed with hundreds of spectacular tracks to choose from, these are considered the best of the best. They pass through some of our most breathtaking landscapes - including golden sand beac... read more
Neville Peat describes the scenic splendour of Wanaka and the myriad activities and attractions for visitors in this updated edition of a book that serves as both a guide to one of New Zealand's tourism hotspots, and as a souvenir.The book covers the history of the Wan... read more
Spot X Cruising New Zealand includes information on: Northcape to Eastcape; Anchorages, moorings and marina's; Gps waypoints, bottom types, dangers and exposure; Services, fuel, water, rubbish, gas, air fills, customs & MAF; Sightseeing, fishing, diving, snorkeling, walks and history.
Night photography of New Zealand scenes and landscapes, combined with pithy proverbs and quotes. Featuring rural and suburban settings from around the country, this is the first book of night photos to be published in NZ. As well as full colour moonl... read more
Starting in January 2015, Watson walked from Reinga to Bluff along New Zealand’s national walkway, Te Araroa. The journey took him six months and has resulted in this remarkable, evocative book of photographs.
Andris Apse was the first photographer to seriously tackle New Zealand's scenery with a panoramic camera, and his work remains the benchmark by which all are judged. "New Zealand Landscapes" was first published in 1994 and has been revised and refreshed. While retaining the... read more
This lavish book explores the story behind the promotion of New Zealand's mountains through posters, advertisements, hand-coloured photos and more. It explains how the country built its reputation as an alpine playground and, alongside, how mountains became central to belonging in Aotearoa.