for new releases, price promotions and more
Gus Roxburgh is wild about New Zealand! He loves adventure, the outdoors and especially New Zealand’s rugged wild lands - and what better place to enjoy all three than in New Zealand’s great national parks.
FIORDLAND Gus explores Ata Whenua – the Shadowland. It’s wet and wild, with towering mountains and a fragile ecosystem populated with some interesting and hardy characters.
ABEL TASMAN AND NELSON LAKES Gus visits his childhood home. He thinks he knows it well but this national park has a few deep secrets. Gus delves into the carved granite landscape to reveal its darker side.
HAURAKI GULF MARINE PARK New Zealand’s unofficial national park of the sea covers 1.2 million hectares of open water and over 50 islands. Gus meets a group of passionate people who are creating a sustainable marine park for future generations.
KAHURANGI, PAPAROA AND WESTLAND The West Coast parks span low-lying wetlands, dramatic glaciers and limestone geology. Here Gus finds a primeval landscape with ancient and unusual residents.
AORAKI MT COOK The Southern Alps are dominated by New Zealand’s tallest peaks and largest glaciers. Gus faces enormous challenges to better understand this stunning mountain preserve.
TONGARIRO AND WHANGANUI The central North Island is a vast plateau dominated by Mt. Ruapehu, Ngauruhoe, and Tongariro. Gus traverses this dynamic landscape then follows the Whanganui River down to the sea.
From acclaimed documentary filmmakers NHNZ comes the complete series of Wild About New Zealand as seen on TV One.