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10 Hilarious Flight of the Conchords’ Adverts for New Zealand

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New Zealand… It Has a Band

Forget The Lord of the Rings, we all know it was the Flight of the Conchords who put New Zealand on the map. The comedy TV show about a Kiwi band effectively advertised all New Zealand has to offer with a series of New Zealand posters in-band manager Murray’s office. We’ve listed our top New Zealand posters here for all to enjoy.

However, if you want some real reasons to enjoy New Zealand, how about these 11 Epic Activities to do in New Zealand?

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1. New Zealand… Take Your Mum

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2. New Zealand… Like Scotland but Further

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3. New Zealand… Better Than Old Zealand

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4. New Zealand… Why Not?

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5. New Zealand… Ewe Should Come

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6. New Zealand… Don’t Expect Too Much – You’ll Love It

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7. New Zealand… Like Lord of the Rings

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8. New Zealand… Only 18 Hours From New York.

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9. New Zealand… It’s Not Part of Australia

However, if you want to take a trip to Oz from New Zealand, then follow the tips in Planning a Trip from New Zealand to Australia.

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10. New Zealand… Rocks!

And here are some especially good rocks in the 21 Crazy Rock Formations in New Zealand.

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Author

Robin C.

This article was reviewed and published by Robin, the co-founder of NZ Pocket Guide. He has lived, worked and travelled across 16 different countries before calling New Zealand home. He has now spent over a decade in the New Zealand tourism industry, clocking in more than 600 activities across the country. He is passionate about sharing those experiences and advice on NZ Pocket Guide and its YouTube channel. Robin is also the co-founder of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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