Take a look at some videos about New Zealand. Here, you can find information about the Regions of New Zealand, Cruising New Zealand and the New Zealand Cycle Trail. Downloadable New Zealand Promotional Video Download this video as it can be used for training frontline staff. It contains some iconic imagery and scenery of New Zealand. Instruction Save the zip file to your hard drive. (zip, 259MB) To uncompress the file, you will require WinZip. If you do not have a player that will play the video file (MPEG4), please download VideoLan media player. Regional videos Have a look at some clips from our Youtube channel of the different regions of New Zealand and what to see and do there: North Island South Island Experience North Island Experience South Island North Island Must Dos South Island Must Dos We also have other videos on Youtube available in Korean, Japanese, Portuguese, Bahasa Indonesian and German. Nga Haerenga New Zealand Cycling Trail Showcasing some of New Zealand’s most breathtaking scenery and diverse attractions, this free network of bike trails caters to passionate cyclists at all levels of fitness and experience. We have a number of videos available that profile some of the trails along the New Zealand Cycling Trail. View the entire playlist here. The Timber Trail - Central North Island Hawke's Bay Trail - Hawke's Bay Otago Central Rail Trail - Central Otago Roxburgh Gorge Cycle Trail - Central Otago Clutha Gold Cycle Trail - Central Otago The Hauraki Rail Trail - Waikato and Coromandel Tasman's Great Taste Trail - Nelson Tasman Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail - Canterbury and Otago Great Lake Trail - Taupō Rimutaka Cycle Trail - Wellington and Wairarapa Queen Charlotte Track - Marlborough The Old Ghost Road - West Coast Mountains to Sea – Ruapehu/Whanganui Around the Mountains – Southland Central Otago Experience Find out more about New Zealand's Cycle Trails on newzealand.com Cruising New Zealand If you want to know more about Cruising New Zealand, we have a number of videos that contain information about each port and to find out what to see and do there. If you would like a dvd copy of any of these videos please contact your nearest Tourism New Zealand office.