New Zealand is the ultimate travel playground where no two trips across the Tasman are ever the same and there’s always something new and fun to discover.

Tourism New Zealand is helping Aussies locate exciting locations just outside the country’s main hubs in its newest campaign.

These two locations are: the West Coast and Northland.

Waewaetorea passage and Urupukapuka island in Bay of Islands, New Zealand.

Waewaetorea passage and Urupukapuka island in Bay of Islands, New Zealand.

The two regions are being showcased to the Australian public as you read this, in new outdoor and digital advertisements.

Appealing to independent professionals aged 25 to 54, the campaign highlights the likes of Northland’s treaty grounds, Tane Mahuta and Cape Reinga, as well as the West Coast’s Hokitika Gorge, Haast River and Punakaiki rocks.

If that all sounds kind of foreign to you, then don’t freak out too much, because Tourism New Zealand has launched a special campaign page for Travel Agents where they can explore the two regions in-depth, receive insider tips to help them sell, a top 10 fact sheet of commissionable product and a sample itinerary for each region.

Once all that researching is complete, consultants can then take part in a knowledge quiz, in which if they get 10 out of 10, they’ll go in the draw to WIN 1 of three $250 Visa gift cards.

Sooooo, get studying!

The campaign runs from 8 January to 23 March 2018, click here for more information.

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Have you travelled to the West Coast or Northland?