The country's longest-standing scenic book, 'A Portrait of New Zealand' depicts the landscapes of the North and South Islands in over 200 photographs. The book was first published in 1982 in two separate volumnes, with the combined edition published in 1988 and repri... read more
Discover the feast of local colour of Hauraki Gulf Marine Park area, and experience through glorious photographs the beauty and charm of the area. Travel writer Ian Robinson takes the reader on a journey around the Hauraki Gulf exploring the coastal mainland from Cape Rodney through Auckland and out to the waterways and islands.
Rob Suisted is one of New Zealand's most established and best known photographers, with 16 books published of his work and his photos visible in many different, high profile settings, including New Zealand Post postage stamps and New Zealand bank notes. This latest ... read more
Companion to the NHNZ-produced four-part series on TVNZ. Showcasing the Pacific Ocean and its inhabitants in full color, it blends stunning images with spellbinding storytelling and an unparalleled look at a diverse range of species, locations, and natural phenomena from one of the world¿s last great frontiers.
This book aims to present a book for the New Zealand traveller that closely mirrors their experience in New Zealand. Using the best of contemporary digital photography, Aotearoa: The New Zealand Experience showcases both the extraordinary landscapes that dra... read more
|Author:||Andrew Fear; Brian O'Flaherty|
This visually splendid pictorial, featuring over 100 images, takes us on a tour of New Zealand's most superb scenic locations, making it easy to see why so many millions of people around the world equate this country with the locations seen in the internationally acclaimed 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy.
Dave Comer was a highly respected and reknown photographer and film location scout, popularly known as `The man who found Middle Earth¿ for his central role in finding what are now the world famous locations for The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films. He lived muc... read more
|Awards:||Longlisted for Ockhams Illustrated Non Fiction Award 2018 |
Be it `Tipperary' or `Pokarekare', the morning reveille or the bugle's last post, concert parties at the front or patriotic songs at home, music was central to New Zealand's experience of the First World War. In Good-Bye Maoriland, the acclaimed author of Blue Smoke: The Lost D... read more
Text by Steve Braunias, and photography by Peter Black, on the melancholy and beauty of New Zealand shops.
|Awards:||Illustrated Non-Fiction Finalist - Ockham New Zealand Book Awards 2017.|
Mount Difficulty Pinot Noir and Spy Valley Riesling. Montana Sauvignon Blanc and Cloudy Bay Chardonnay. Though the New Zealand wine industry really began only fifty years ago, vines and winemakers have now spread across the land - from Central Otago ... read more
Derek Smith has spent most of his working life working as a meter reader, a deliberate choice of occupation, as it has allowed his to pursue his vocation as a photographer. Inspired by the social documentary style of photographers such as Walker Evans and William Eggleston... read more
Millionaires' playground, summer escape, artists' retreat and one of New Zealand's most celebrated wine-growing regions - Waiheke Island, in Auckland's Hauraki Gulf, has the lot. New Zealand media personality John Hawkesby became a resident in 2001 and can't imagine living anywhere else. In Waiheke, h... read more