Tag: kids

Family Passes (x3) to Staglands Wildlife Reserve, Upper Hutt

Win a free family pass to Staglands Wildlife Reserve, Upper Hutt (2 adults & 3 kids). There are 3 family passes up for grabs. It’s the perfect time to visit Staglands Wildlife Reserve with baby lambs, kune kune, calves and kid goats amongst other animals to see and interact with. Staglands is open all weekend… Read more »

An Itinerary for YOU

I love New Zealand and I love travelling around it with my family but the planning stage can be very time consuming. Let me help you by creating an itinerary that’s just for YOU and YOUR family. Whether it’s a long weekend or a couple of months, if you’re taking the kids, I know all… Read more »

Top Tips for tramping with kids (including overnight tramps)

Whether you’re living in or visiting New Zealand, it’s only when you get into the great outdoors that you really appreciate what a truly beautiful country this is. Not only is going for a walk free and great exercise, spending time outside can also bring families closer together (think; no screen time = conversations!) You might… Read more »

Top Tips for Camping with Kids

Whether you’re a seasoned camping family or just thinking about your first trip, there might be some tricks and tips below to help you prepare. Thank you to the Facebook community for sharing their ideas! Top Tips: Consider going with another family for part or all of your trip. This means you can share supplies… Read more »

Family Pass to Whoa! Studio, Auckland

Win a family pass (2 adults & 3 kids) to Whoa! Studio, Henderson to see a Custards World live performance. Enter via the website, Facebook or Instagram page by: COMMENTING with another family activity/place in Auckland that is NOT on the website but should be (think great playground, cafe, walk etc). You can TAG someone into the Facebook post (not mandatory… Read more »

Useful Websites for local family info in our cities & regions

There are lots of websites out there that cover our main cities or different regions, generally aimed at families living in these areas, giving info like lists of kids classes or playgroups in different suburbs. But they often have some good local knowledge for visitors too, including family friendly events that are happening or if you’re simply… Read more »