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New Zealand has had a long history of immigration from Britain, with the migrant inflow being especially important in the second half of the 19th century. War and economic depression disrupted immigration at various times in the first half of the 20th century, but there was another surge of British immigration to New Zealand in the decades after the Second World War.

Between 1947 and 1975, a total of 77,000 women, children and men arrived from Great Britain under the assisted immigration scheme. Smaller numbers came from the Netherlands and some other European countries. Non-British immigrants in particular introduced new customs, foods, ideas and practices, and together with later arrivals helped shape modern New Zealand society.

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Working in the agriculture industry in New Zealand has so much to offer you! With career opportunities across the agricultural sector including tractor work, dairy farming, dry stock farming, and viticulture, New Zealand could be the perfect working holiday adventure for your next step into agriculture.

With AG Work NZ commitment to care, you will get an unrivaled opportunity to experience working abroad safely and enjoyably. With a complete package of a job, excellent wages, accommodation, airport pick up and pastoral support. AG Work NZ lead the way in providing real opportunities for an unforgettable experience.

Thinking of heading over to New Zealand this year for an adventure?  Check out our top 10 things to do to make the perfect summer roadie trip!

Whether you are a seasoned traveler, or this is the first time you’re heading off on your travels, it’s always best to have a good idea of what to expect from the places you are visiting and have a loose plan in place of where you want to visit and most importantly, get out of your trip.

New Zealand is split into two islands, North and South, travelling between the two is easy with either ferry or air options. Both islands should be on your travel bucket list, with serene lakes and mountains dominating the South and wild bush and beautiful beaches in the North.

Visit Queenstown & Arrowtown

Starting off strong with a top contender on everyone’s travel lists and a hotspot for many travellers; Queenstown and Wanaka. Located in the Central Otago region, these two towns are a must for any travellers in the South Island. Known as one of the adventure capitals of New Zealand with beautiful ski fields, roaring rapids, hiking galore, and a mass of downhill trails, take the Skyline gondola to get the full panoramic views of Queenstown. For a more leisurely time, take a wine tour around the area stopping at world-renowned vineyards.

Visit the charming and quirky Arrowtown, a historic gold mining town, and enjoy its culinary delights. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing scenic escape or an adventure-packed getaway, Queenstown and Wanaka have something for everyone. Allow yourself at least a couple of days to explore the area.

Visit Fiordland National Park

Next up is the Fiordland National Park, a good base to explore the area is the small town of Te Anua, with a backdrop of the beautiful Lake Te Anua. Take a visit to the glowworms caves with a cruise across the lake to get to this underground adventure. One of the main attractions in the area is Milford Sound, take a day cruise to explore the beautiful Sounds, with dolphin and seal spotting, and get a closer look with kayak and hiking tours to see this outstanding scenery.

While in the area; the Mirror Lakes are worth visiting and you will be sure to come across the charming kākāpō parrot on your travels. The area is a great stop for a few days whilst travelling through the South Island.

Visit Christchurch

Christchurch is one of the most vibrant and hospitable cities in New Zealand, a genuinely charming city, with so much to offer, and a culture rich with a plethora of museums and galleries, if you’re looking for a relaxed city vibe; this is where you will find it.

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