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As the nights grow colder and winter fully envelops New Zealand, you will be spending many a night huddled around the fire or in bed trying to stay warm.
These are the outdoor adventure activities Kiwis are known for. Please note, all these activities are dangerous and should be attempted with a reasonable amount of confidence and guidance.
Though it can be cold, rainy and grey in New Zealand during winter, there are still plenty of things to do in the winter months of June, July and August.
We want to help you pass and make the most of your New Zealand experience, that’s why we’ve compiled this list of eight study tips to help you pass with flying colours.
Winter comes to New Zealand between June and August. In these months, temperatures reach the negatives (in degrees Celsius) in the South Island and hover around the low single digits in the North Island.
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