Title frame reads 'Week-end in New Zealand' followed by a frame that reads 'photography Leslie Fraser. narration Selwyn Toogood, direction, Ronald Bowie model frocks by David Jones and Milne and Choyce' followed by a frame reading 'produced by Robert Steele', the dramatic narration follows a male Australian visiting for the weekend by catching a flight with the Tasman Empire Airways Ltd (TEAL), there are flying scenes accompanied by the sound of a song in te reo Māori, the plane lands in Auckland on the Waitemata Harbour, the scene switches to yachts racing, then Tongariro National Park and the Chateau and skiers. The scene moves on to Rotorua and geysers and Māori guides. The narrator points out that the performers are reconstructing traditional life , using traditional dress , for visitors. Scenes include a woman making flax kono for a meal cooked 'on hot rocks', a poi dance with a song and a haka 'of welcome'. The scene moves to show trout in a stream and the Bridal Veil Falls. Then switches to farmland, with sheep being mustered and then a dairy farm in the Waikato. Then a view of 'Mt Egmont' (Taranaki), then hops being grown in the South.Then tulips growing and then trout fishing in the Tongariro River. Signs are filmed including 'Duchess Pool (Tawaka), Dreadnought Pool and Wadell's Pools. Then to Queenstown and a launch on Lake Te Anau, Fiordland and Wanaka, then the Southern Alps and a glacier. The promotional film ends with the song Po Atarau (now is the Hour) and the credit Neuline Film Studios.