The Perfect Trip

A holiday is full of impressions. A wonder of nature here, and a historical building there. Or perhaps you’re just enjoying the landscape from a viewpoint? With the CL Family binoculars you can always have a pair of binoculars at hand. Their practicality, well-conceived design, and, of course, their proven optical quality offer you everything you need to enjoy an impressive travel experience.

Some great diving action

Great new app for all you seafaring folk!

Fantastic Spearfishing Video

Check out what’s lurking below the surface around the Tasman Bay coastline

The Perfect Trip


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March Issue 162 – 2019

Wairau Salmon


The Vanguard Stag

8 Page Roar Feature


Hunting New Zealand – Parts Unknown

By Peter Ryan Bateman RRP $40 Reviewed by Daryl Crimp Seldom do you get the complete package, but Peter Ryan masterfully delivers it in Hunting New Zealand – Parts Unknown, a multi-layered tome that breaks the mould of contemporary hunting literature. From the outset the book exudes style, with the jacket imagery hinting at what […]

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CAVES By  Marcus Thomas & Neil Silverwood Potton & Burton Review Lynnaire Johnston RRP $80 This is another hefty tome from a publishing house that specialises in whopping great books that pack a powerful punch. Subtitled, ‘Exploring New Zealand’s Subterranean Wilderness’, Caves is nothing less than fascinating. Particularly as my only caving experience (near Waitomo) […]

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No Wall Too High

One Man’s Extraordinary Escape from Mao’s Infamous Labour Camps By  Xu Hongci Translator Erling Hoh Penguin Random House Review Lynnaire Johnston RRP $40 My attempt to read ‘One of the greatest escape stories’ (according to the Mail on Sunday) was not exactly a success. I wish it had been otherwise. It is, after all, an […]

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