Anderson Design Group
The tallest peak in New Zealand, Mount Cook is a striking, awe-inspiring mountain. Mount Cook Village is a small community of brave souls who live near the base of the mountain. This region is very remote and the weather, even in the summer, can change rapidly. Visitors to the region can appreciate the incredible views and kind hospitality of those who live near the mountain. Seeking to capture the sheer force of nature that is the mountain, Anderson Design Group handcrafted vintage travel…
Posters from the Golden Age of Travel
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Auckland New Zealand Vintage Travel Poster | Etsy
Flat rate shipping on as many posters as you want. Most of the posters are printed in the country the customer is based. This design can be purchased in a variety of sizes. 8x10 Poster - $9.99 (A4 in Europe) 11x14 Poster - $19.99 (A3 in Europe) 11x17 Poster - $21.99 16x20 Poster - $37.99 18x24
New Zealand Railways. Publicity Branch: Lake Wanaka; scenic trip by train & railway motor. New Zealand Railways; safety, comfort, economy / N.Z. Railways Studios. Issued by the N.Z. Railways Publicity Branch. [ca 1938-1939] | National Library of New Zealand
Shows Lake Wanaka seen through trees, with some cultivated rows in fields at the left. In conversation with Hamish Thompson in 2005, Jim Morrison,...
New Zealand Tourist and Publicity Department :Here's a new wonderland! New Zealand. It's closer than you think! [1950s]. | National Library of New Zealand
Coloured sketch of Maori woman in traditional costume waving a white handkerchief, with a view of tourists around a spouting geyser at left, and a ...
Mitchell, Leonard Cornwall, 1901-1971 :New Zealand for your next holiday. Issued by the New Zealand Government Publicity Office. Wholly printed in New Zealand by Coulls Somerville Wilkie Limited, Dunedin, Christchurch, Wellington, Auckland [ca 1925-1929]