New Zealand is a country in the south-western Pacific Ocean. This island nation consists of two main landmasses known as North Island and South Island, as well as many smaller islands. New Zealand is situated 1,500 kilometres (900 miles) across the Tasman Sea, east of Australia. The capital of New Zealand is Wellington, but the largest city by population is Auckland. New Zealand is a country of natural contrasts. It has incredibly beauty landscapes made up of rolling pastures, serrated mountains, deserted beaches, raging rivers, fish-filled lakes, vertical fiords, and active volcanic zones.
New Zealand’s economy is based on food processing, textiles, machinery, transportation equipment, finance, tourism, and mining. The country exports dairy products, meat, wood and wood products, fish, and machinery. The state-owned corporations within New Zealand include Genesis Power, Kiwibank, Landcorp, Meridian Energy, Mighty River Power, and Solid Energy. There are many locations where serviced offices can be rented within the country of New Zealand.
Entertainment And Dining Out
New Zealand is known for its extreme outdoor and adventure activities. In New Zealand you can abseil down the side of buildings, go aerial sightseeing on a helicopter or fixed-wing plane, experience cave rafting or bungee jumping in a number of interesting places, and so much more. There are many national parks in New Zealand, including the massive Fiordland National Park with its 1.2 million hectares (3 million acres) of coastal landscapes, ice, beech forests, mountains, and waterfalls. Here you can go hiking, sea kayaking, diving, fishing or sailing. New Zealand has many agricultural crops and is a leading producer of meat and dairy products. Dining in New Zealand typically means that there is lamb, beef, and pork on the menu. Occasionally you can get venison, and there is a wide variety of fish available. The Maori, the native population, have a distinctive cuisine. Their traditional form of cooking is known as Hangi. This is a feast where the food is cooked in an earth oven under heated river rocks. It often includes chicken, wild boar, lamb, and vegetables.
Most arrivals to the country come by plane, and a lesser amount by sea. The shortest flights between Australia and New Zealand take over three hours. The most used international airports in the country are at Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, Queenstown, and Dunedin. The largest of these is in Auckland, with more than a dozen airlines and over twenty international destinations. Travel between the islands is fairly inexpensive by air, especially when going between the North and South Islands. Ferries also run between the islands. There are passenger ferries and those that will also take your vehicle between the larger islands across Cook Strait. New Zealand has a number of villages that are served solely by boat. There are charter boats available and regular sightseeing cruises. These are popular around the Southern Lakes and Fiordland area.
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Instant Access – usually, you can move in to a fully-fitted turnkey office suite, within 24 hours, providing you with an immediate solution to your office requirement.
Flexibility– they are flexible, streamlined and trouble-free – you can expand, contract or relocate at short notice. You do not need to worry about giving bank or personal guarantees. You are also free from the burden of site management and from leasehold responsibilities and obligations.
Cost Effective – when all the costs of running a business are taken into account Serviced Offices offer excellent value for money. There is no business set up costs and no estate agents or solicitor’s fees. All your outgoings are tax-deductible and treated as standard operating expenses.
Convenience – the offices are usually fully furnished and equipped, decorated, cleaned and maintained, all for an inclusive monthly rental payment. The only extras are incurred on a pay-as-you-use basis. On site business support services include telephone-answering, message-taking and secretarial/boardroom hire.
Variety – all budget and location requirements are catered for, ranging from economical space to corporate, executive suites in landmark buildings – worldwide.
Available to all – they can be used by anyone, whether you require 1 or 100+ workstations. Nowadays, many companies use them as a long term alternative to conventional office space.