By Bachchat staff
A hundred-year-old worker's cottage near Darfield is now a popular holiday spot for skiers as far away as Europe - More
A 1950s bach near Geraldine has been preserved in a 1950s-60s time warp, complete with vintage bakeware, classic children’s books and an LP collection - More
Wedding parties, stargazers and ski teams flock to Lake Tekapo but it’s not hard to find solitude here - More
By Sara Goessi
A quick stop in the South Canterbury farming town shows why local producers have put the town on the food map - More
A trip on to the Tasman Glacier shows a different side of our highest mountain - More
The owners of Our Blue Bach in Waikuku bought the house after a chance meeting with its former occupants - More
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By Karyn Clare and Bachchat Staff
Three stylish baches sit on Rotoroa Island in the Hauraki Gulf - a place to visit for its beaches and bush walks, its history and its artworks.
A riverfront villa that's perfect for groups: mess about in boats, bike to wineries or swan about historically.
By Delwyn Barnett
A set of apartments in Opua housed American soldiers during World War II, in its earlier incarnation as a boarding house
By Bachchat Staff
When Cyclone Bola hit Coromandel in 1988, it blew over a pohutukawa on a hillside at Kuaotunu. 20 years later, John Buchan and his wife Wendy built a two-storey house whose upper decks are nestled amongst the foliage
The youngest island in the Hauraki Gulf boasts some of its oldest baches - a glimpse of a holiday community from our past.
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