Auckland

It’s got the tallest free-standing structure in the Southern Hemisphere, it’s home to a third of our population, and is our single biggest user of electricity. Yip, Auckland is a pretty big deal!

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Hamilton

One-time home to Rocky Horror Show creator Richard O’Brien, Hamilton sits astride the mighty Waikato river. It’s our largest inland city and rocks our fourth biggest population. Actually, Hamilton rocks full stop.

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Wellington

Wellington’s famous bucket fountain is water powered, but a fair amount of the region’s electricity is generated by its equally-famous wind. The coolest little capital in the world is also home to Powershop’s HQ.

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Christchurch

Christchurch is the oldest established city in New Zealand, laid out in a grid pattern centring on Cathedral Square. It’s also our third most populous city, hooked up to the national grid through the Orion lines company.

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Dunedin

Close to the Southern hydro stations that generate much of our renewable energy, Dunedin is awash in history. It’s our oldest University town and the iconic Edwardian Baroque-style railway station is said to be NZ’s most photographed building.

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