Paua is a species of abalone (Haliotis Iris), it is only found in the sea around New Zealand. This marine mollusk eats seaweed and lives clinging to rocks at depths of 1-10 meters, normally along the shoreline. There is no other shell in the world that has the colour like Paua Shell colour that varies from greens & pinks to purples & blues and even some shells with gold or crimson tonings. The colour in the paua shell changes when viewed at different angles. This iridescence, similar to that…
Tiki Tour New Zealand: The Wintergardens in Auckland Domain - Around the World in 80 Pairs of Shoes
New Zealand Travel Inspiration - Looking for things to do in Auckland City then why not visit The Wintergardens in the Auckland Domain, perfect if you're already planning a visit to the Auckland Museum as it's right next door. Take a picnic and enjoy the views over Auckland Harbour from this beauty spot. Click the link to read more travel tips for Auckland, New Zealand.
Tui on Pohutukawa - NZ Christmas Tree, on Tiritiri Matangi island
Not a great photo by any means, but at least its seasonalish. I can't get used to being the southern hemisphere for christmas... Tui, photographed on Tiritiri Matangi. Tui - known in English as the "Parson Bird" because of its white ruff. Spotted this on in a Pohutukawa tree on Tiritiri Matangi. They're quite plentiful on the island, and make lots of noise.They're clever birds, can can mimic lots of things - including humans and mobile phones - thank to their two voiceboxes! Some of the…
The Flea FM: Get the Flea in your ear! North Shore to Central City
The Flea FM: Community radio servicing Devonport, Central City & Tamaki Drive 88.2FM Takapuna/Milford/Glenfield & most Northern Suburbs 107.1FM. Tune in on your radio, listen online or stream via the best apps.
Devonport's Official Tourist and Holiday Information Site
Welcome to the official tourist information site for Devonport, Auckland's seaside village. Just 12 minutes ferry ride from downtown Auckland. Explore historic attractions and stunning views