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Win a trip for two to D’Urville Island Wilderness Resort!

Submitted by on July 21, 2015 – 6:09 pm
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This week on Club Happyzine we’ve giving away accommodation and aqua taxi transport for two lucky people to spend two nights in the D’Urville Island Wilderness Resort, worth a total of $380!  To enter – all you need to do is pay as little as $1 per week to become a member of Club Happyzine and like the D’Urville Island Wilderness Resort facebook page. Finally – email charlotte@happyzine.co.nz to say you’d like to enter.  The winner will be announced Wednesday 5th of August in our fortnightly ezine.
“The Sounds Best Kept Secret”, truly describes the d’Urville Island Wilderness Resort, located in the beautiful Catherine Cove on d’Urville Island.
The Resort is a sanctuary in today’s hustle and bustle, it offers a bar, restaurant, accommodation, walking trails and fishing charters. Set in over 200 hectares of regenerated bushland it is the ideal place for the adventurous or those who just want to get away from it all for a while.
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Visitors can stay in a variety of accommodation. There are the modern beachfront units that are truly a luxury, with tea and coffee making facilities and the most comfortable beds, on the beachfront overlooking the wonders of Catherine Cove. These units are complemented by the restaurant and bar. The alternative accommodation for those who wish to “do it themselves”, is two traditional style baches that accommodate up to ten people in each. The baches have their own cooking facilities and are fully self contained.   Check out their website here.

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At d’Urville Island Wilderness Resort, the dawn chorus is alive and well. Native birds herald the dawn amidst a camouflage of native forest and regenerating bush. Possum-free d’Urville Island is a healthy piece of native New Zealand alive with Tui, Bellbird, Bush Robin, Weka, Kaka and other species. Venture through rain forest and mineral belts to new heights that give way to breathtaking views of the outer sounds. Blue Penguins and seabirds enjoy the waterways of this rich and exciting area.
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