New Zealand’s top 10 most iconic landmarks

New Zealand has the highest number of world heritage sites in the country, with more than 20 per cent of the world’s sites located within the country’s borders.

The nation also has some of the most well-preserved and visited sites.

Here are the 10 most memorable places in the world.

TOP 10: Tauranga, New Zealand (1) It is often described as the birthplace of the surf and surfing world, and the iconic Taurangi Beach in New Zealand is known for its iconic surf break.

This is not the only iconic site in the South Island.

Tauranaki Beach is a popular destination for surfing and water sports, and was the site of a famous surfing competition in 1911.

Tamanau is the oldest continuously inhabited settlement on the North Island, with the remains of the former settlement dating back to the 19th century.

It is also home to the world famous Whakatane Wharf, which was built in 1692.

Whakatoa Beach is popular with surfers, and has a history dating back thousands of years.

Whaara Beach is also popular with surfing.

The Wharapara Valley is a unique combination of rocky coastline and rocky cliffs.

In the summer months, the Wharangahina Valley offers spectacular views over the wharf at Taurunga Bay.

Tawa Wharf is one of the few surf break in the whole country, and it is located just off the main road on the Tauraunau Peninsula.

Tawahira is an important surf and fishing spot on the South-East Island, and is home to a variety of species of birds and fish.

A small town is located in the Tawanui Peninsula, where you can visit the famous “Tawara” beach.

The town of Tawa is the first tourist attraction in the state of New Zealand.

It hosts the annual Tawara Festival, which attracts thousands of surfers and tourists.

The annual Tawa Festival is a three-day festival in which the townspeople gather at the beach for a celebration of the natural world and the natural beauty of the Tawa Peninsula.

In Tawa, the locals also enjoy a variety in traditional foods such as the Kuku Puro, which is made from kiwi and kauri.

The Tawa Harbour is a favourite surfing spot in the town.

The harbour is surrounded by a large water park with a series of floating buildings.

TWAWA is the official state park in New England.

It features beautiful scenery and the world-famous Wharua Bay.

The area was named after the legendary fisherman who lived in the area.

Wharra River, in New South Wales, is a river that flows into the Pacific Ocean.

The waters are home to some of New England’s most beautiful wildlife, including whales, dolphins, turtles, turtles and turtles of all species.

The River Wharrra is a beautiful river, and one of New South Australia’s most popular water sports.

The river was named in honour of the late Mr Wharrah.

The local Aboriginal community have a strong sense of identity.

The community was founded by the Whamaki people of New Guinea in the 19 century.

The name was given to the River Whareau after the Wharehau man who discovered it in 1842.

The current whareau is named after Mr Wharemau.

It runs from the village of Wharewau in the north to Wharewa in the south of the state.

The wharewawa was established in the 1960s as a cultural hub, and attracts tourists from all over New Zealand and Australia.

The people of the Whawau River are extremely proud of their history.

Many are even willing to put their lives on the line to protect the river.

The rivers Whareawe and Wharewhe are popular with tourists from around the world, who flock to the beaches to watch the action.

A beautiful waterfall flows in the river, while the Whowahanga River flows in between.

The famous Whareawa waterfall is located at Whare Wawai and is one the most popular places to see the waterfall.

The waterfall is made up of a series the rocks are piled up high, and there are lots of sand dunes along the river which provide a great view of the waterfall and the river at night.

The stream is also used by tourists to cross the river when they are visiting New Zealand, so be sure to bring your own water bottle.

The water falls on the beach, so don’t forget to take your swimwear.

The beaches in the Whaia Peninsula are also popular for surfing.

There are many beaches and waterfalls in the region, so you can go there just about anywhere you like.

The South Island is famous for its surf, and in fact, there are some of Australia’s best surfing spots.

The surf and wave breaks are well known in New York and Los Angeles, and many of the

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