The New Zealand Experience Stamp Set

Every year, millions of tourists explore New Zealand’s diverse landscape by foot, boat or\"\" even hanging from a bungy cord! Get a taste of their unique nation through their eyes with The New Zealand Experience stamp issue.

60c – The Great Outdoors:New Zealand is home to 14 national parks and an assortment of stunning walking tracks. From the golden shorelines of Abel Tasman to the mountainous terrain of Aoraki Mount Cook, there’s something to suit everyone from the casual walker to the serious tramper.

60c – Water Sports:As a country surrounded by water, it’s no surprise that Kiwis love water sports. Whether they’re jet skiing on Lake Taupo, windsurfing off one of the many beaches or relaxing on a luxurious launch, New Zealanders are always keen to get their feet wet!

$1.20 – Fishing:New Zealand is abundant with lakes, rivers and streams, making it perfect for a spot of fishing. Try big game fishing up north, trout fishing, or even whitebaiting. Even if you don’t catch anything, you’re sure to have had a relaxing experience on the water in the meantime.

$1.90 – Culture:Māori culture is an essential part of New Zealand’s identity and history. As tourists trek around the country they’ll come across traditional Māori arts, the power of kapa haka performance and marae, and possibly even pick up some Te Reo Māori (the Māori language).

$2.40 – On the Slopes:New Zealand’s world-class ski-fields attract snow bunnies and adrenalin junkies to the slopes every winter. From the Southern Alps and The Remarkables in the south to Mounts Ruapehu and Taranaki in the north, there are plenty of options to satisfy all types of snow-seeker.

$2.90 – Extreme Sports:Ever since the world-famous bungy jump was invented in New Zealand, Kiwis have been known throughout the world as adrenalin junkies. Whether it’s white-water rafting, sky-diving or even zorbing, there’s sure to be something to get your heart racing!

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