Helping kiwi businesses all over the North Island...
From ‘Art Deco’ Napier, to subtropical Whangarei, New Zealand is spoilt for choice with stunning places to live and work.
Read on for a brief snapshot of where some of our North Island clients and candidates are based.
Wellington, New Zealand’s capital city – a beautiful and highly compact city surrounded by sweeping hills and endless activities. Experience award winning cafés, restaurants and Wellington’s stunning waterfront promenade.
Palmerston North is the seventh largest city in New Zealand – complete with sophisticated shops, art galleries and urban street art. Best of all, if you’re a rugby fan, then Palmerston North’s New Zealand Rugby Museum is a must-visit.
Napier, yet another stunning coastal city, set amongst the renowned Hawkes Bay winery region. Largely known as NZ’s ‘Art Deco’ hub, you’re spoilt for choice with things to do. It’s also gifted with impressive walks, museums and scenery.
Rotorua is one of those wonders of the world. Situated in the middle of the North Island, it is home to shooting geysers, bubbling mud pools, natural hot springs and more. Another amazing place for active/outdoorsy people to live and work.
Nestled within the Waikato region, Hamilton is New Zealand’s third fastest growing urban area. Full of things to do/visit; not only is it often the host for international sporting events, you can also enjoy serene gardens and impressive river side walks.
Part of the Bay of Plenty region, Tauranga is one of NZ’s main international trade business hubs. It is also a great place for anyone who enjoys water sports, thanks to the great beaches, swimming and even dolphin watching/sightseeing.
Did you know that Auckland was rated as the third most liveable city in the world? Being New Zealand’s economic centre, Auckland is also full of exciting things to do, with a strong sport and leisure presence (one in three people own a boat!).
Whangarei is New Zealand’s northernmost city and is a place where you can relax and enjoy the great weather, panoramic views of the sea/harbour and sophisticated shops on offer. It’s also only a little under three hours away from Auckland.
New Plymouth is known for its breathtaking walks, parks, gardens and a superb cuisine and arts scene. Go for a stroll along the New Plymouth Coastal Walkway, a stunning 13km promenade or enjoy the great shopping on offer.