Our Top 5 adventures

A Trip to the Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve

The Poor Knights Islands are a complete marine reserve, and are rated in the top ten dive sites in the world by Jacques Cousteau. Here you will swim in the clear unpolluted water and witness the incredible sealife and habitat. It is a wonderful trip which you will always remember.

Learning Haka and Poi

An essential part of our culture, Maori Performance is a treasured within our School. Learning traditional arts is an immersive and emotive experience which is embraced by our School Whanau


Academic Plus Academies

Learning a Racing Gybe

New Zealand is famous for its outdoor activities. We offer opportunities to learn how to Sail, Surf, Ride horses and Mountain Bikes. Our Academies are run and staffed by experts in their fields. We focus on fun and thrills in immersive environments where you will become competent under focused one on one tuition.


A trip to watch the All Blacks

The New Zealand All Blacks perform the Haka

The New Zealand national rugby union team, called the All Blacks, represents New Zealand in men’s rugby union, which is known as the country’s national sport. The team has won the last two Rugby World Cups, in 2011 and 2015 as well as the inaugural tournament in 1987.

On the Fullers Great Sights trip to Cape Reinga

Surfing the dunes

At the very northern tip of the north island lies the famous Ninety Mile Beach. Our trip is in an air conditioned coach along this beach. We turn inland and drive up the Te Paki stream to the base of the 50m sand dunes. Here we climb to the top with boogie boards and surf down the dunes at speed: An amazing experience. We then continue to Cape Reinga Lighthouse at the very top of New Zealand, where the two oceans collide… The Pacific Ocean meets the Tasman Sea