Test your Kiwi winter knowledge and be in to win!

A New Zealand winter is a magical time of year to get out and explore! From soaking in hot pools, to admiring the stars in winter's clear night skies - the activities on offer are so hot right now.

Put your kiwi winter knowledge to the test and you could be in to win one of 10 prizes of 200 bonus Flybuys*

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QUESTION 1:
During winter, the vines are bare but wineries are bursting with the labours of an autumn vintage. This means it's a great time of year to go on the Classic New Zealand Wine Trail.
In what region does the 'Classic New Zealand Wine Trail' start?
New Plymouth
Hawkes Bay
Wellington
Marlborough
QUESTION 2:
People flock to the Franz Josef Glacier and Fox Glacier during winter for an epic experience of heli-hiking!
How old is the Fox Glacier?
400 - 600 thousand years old
4 - 6 million years old
400 - 600 million years old
Billions of years old
QUESTION 3:
Colder days and nights mean it's the best time to soak in some impressive, naturally heated hot pools.
Where in New Zealand would you find geothermal activity?
Kerikeri
Rotorua
Napier
New Plymouth
QUESTION 4:
Winter in New Zealand is also a time to celebrate Matariki, the start of the Māori New Year. The Matariki star cluster reappears above the horizon in winter - a great reason to get out and enjoy some star gazing!
When is the best time to view the Matariki cluster?
Early morning, just before dawn
Midday
Late afternoon, just after dusk
Midnight
QUESTION 5:
New Zealand offers plenty of hiking trails with spectacular scenery, some of which are often free from snow all year round - allowing you to explore the great outdoors no matter the weather!
What tracks are often free from snow all year round?
Rangitoto Summit walk, Auckland
Cape Brett Walkway, Northland
Putangirua Pinnacles, Wairarapa
All of the above
QUESTION 6:
The Milford Sound comes to life during winter with waterfalls at full-throttle! Feeling the spray of a waterfall as it thunders down a cliff face is something pretty special, and is something that is possible when you take a cruise on Milford Sound.
What did famed British writer Rudyard Kipling describe the Milford Sound as?
The rainiest place on earth
The 8th wonder of the world
Paradise
Picture perfect
QUESTION 7:
There are lots of festivals that take place during the winter months! From Wellington on a Plate to Hawke's Bay Food and Wine Classic.
In what city is Beervana held?
Auckland
Wellington
Christchurch
Queenstown
QUESTION 8:
New Zealand is home to the world's largest Dark Sky Reserve - a fantastic place for star gazing.
Where in New Zealand is the world's largest Dark Sky Reserve located?
Northland
Wairarapa
Mackenzie
Southland

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Winter in New Zealand is a fantastic time to get out and explore! Discover some new sweet spots below, and don't let the magic of winter pass you by.

Rotorua Thermal pools
Hawkesbay craggy Range Vineyard

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