Nurse in New Zealand: Eastland

For the adventurous nurse in New Zealand this isolated part of the North Island mostly comprises of hill country sheep stations in the inland areas and beautiful beaches dotted along the coastline.

Lying along the central eastern coast of New Zealand’s North Island it juts out into the Pacific Ocean and stretches from Opotiki in the Bay of Plenty to Gisborne in Poverty Bay. The remote eastern point of East Cape display rugged mountains, spectacular coastline, and sandy beaches. The region enjoys a warm, dry climate and is home to fertile pastoral lands and a flourishing horticulture and viticulture industry. Also there are an abundance of wineries where visitors can enjoy tastings and tours. ÔÇ¿

The region’s geography, with its mountainous Raukumara Ranges, has kept it relatively isolated from the rest of the country.

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