MAD Media Digital Billboards Taranaki, Your Attraction Destination, Awaits

The Taranaki region is a tourism hotspot and attraction destination. New Plymouth-
based digital billboard company MAD Media run national campaigns across their
highly viewed digital billboards showcasing the bucket-list destination.

Mount Taranaki
Famous for its dormant stratovolcano, Mount Taranaki, also commonly known as
Mount Egmont, is a destination playground just waiting for you to explore its many
notable attractions. 
Mount Taranaki provides a stunning backdrop to New Plymouth and reminds outdoor
enthusiasts of various hiking trails in the area. Standing at 2518 m high, Mount
Taranaki is more complex and dangerous than it appears-dust off those hiking boots
but attempt the walking track in good conditions. Get exploring!

Festival of Lights
The iconic Pukekura Park is famous for the TSB Festival of Lights from Christmas
until mid-January. Festival of the Lights is a world-class event attracting visitors from
around New Zealand and worldwide.

Escape to the Puzzle Room
Escapinator New Plymouth is Taranaki’s number one escape room experience.
Can you unlock the clues to escape the Train Escape, Zombie Lab, or Buccaneer
Bounty Room?
Choose to accept the challenge, and your team has 60 minutes of adrenaline-fuelled
code cracking, solving puzzles and finding clues to make your escape.
Based in the heart of New Plymouth’s CBD, Escapinator is a 5-minute walk from the
Downtown multi-storey carpark.

For the animal lover
Pouakai Zoo, nestled beneath Mount Taranaki, is home to various animals, including
tigers, capuchin monkeys, meerkats, kune kune pigs, and alpacas. 

Historic walk, anyone?
Take a historical walk through the central city as an experienced guide takes you
back to the early settlers’ arrival in New Plymouth in 1841.
A fascinating way to learn about the city’s history, its development and how time has
evolved, making it the attraction it is today.

Art is in the eye of the beholder.
The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery is New Zealand’s museum of contemporary art and
the global home of Len Lye’s art and ideas. 
You can experience innovative and provocative work by the world’s leading
contemporary artists.
Exhibitions change every four months, accompanied by a programme of talks, tours,
art-making workshops, and a regularly changed selection of works from the Len Lye
Foundation Collection and Archive. 

Outdoor spaces 
The district boasts 110 parks and reserves encompassing 1200 hectares and over
50 playgrounds to let the kids burn off some energy.

Contact MAD Media NZ
P: 0800 2 GO MAD

Contact Phillip Quay
P: 0274 587 724