AAT Kings Blog

Val Bird's Travel Diary in New Zealand

Our past guest Val Bird talks about her recent experience on an AAT Kings Guided Holiday "New Zealand Vista". Learn about her favourite experience and what it was like travelling with AAT Kings. Day 1 Upon our arrival in Auckland we were immediately welcomed and put at ease by our Travel Director a...

Val Bird, Past Guest of AAT Kings Posted: 1 August 2017

Tasmania - Isle of Discovery

Tasmania is a destination on many travellers’ bucket lists. Known for its amazing scenery, wildlife, history and also home to some of Australia’s best wineries, Tasmania is a perfect guided holiday destination. Whether it be exploring the contrasting colonial and modern atmosphere of Hobart or takin...

Gordon Gillan, AAT Kings Posted: 1 June 2017

Winter Warmers to Australia

With the New Zealand winter and the cold weather about to kick in, it’s a great time for Kiwis to plan an Aussie getaway across the Tasman where the sun is still shining in many parts. AAT Kings’ holiday experiences offer stress-free travel, luxury air-conditioned vehicles and include all the must-s...

Gordon Gillan, AAT Kings Posted: 23 May 2017

AAT Kings' Easter Egg Hunt: Kiwi Bird Eggs

On our journey around Australia and New Zealand we've discovered Emu, Platypus, Little Penguin, Echidna and Tuatara eggs! Our search for Australia and New Zealand’s incredible Easter Eggs comes to a close as we uncover the adorable flightless Kiwi Bird. These little guys are truly unique, and you wo...

Alana Auld, AAT Kings Posted: 13 April 2017

AAT Kings' Easter Egg Hunt: Tuatara Eggs

Have you been collecting the eggs with us? We’ve already come across Emu, Platypus, Little Penguin and Echidna eggs in Australia – what extraordinary creatures they are! Now we’ve jumped across the Tasman Sea to New Zealand and found the dinosaur-like egg of the Tuatara lizard!  The Tuatara lizard ...

Alana Auld, AAT Kings Posted: 11 April 2017

AAT Kings' Easter Egg Hunt: Echidna Eggs

Ouch, watch your step! We just found a spiny animal who lays a single egg at a time – what could be inside? It’s a baby Echidna of course! Have you read about the Emu, Platypus, Little Penguin eggs we've already discovered around Australia? The Echidna is one of oldest surviving mammal on the plane...

Alana Auld, AAT Kings Posted: 9 April 2017
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