New Zealand is in alert level 2, which means we can get out and see a bit more of Aotearoa.
And it seems one Kiwi celebrity has made it his mission to show off the ‘slice of heaven’ New Zealand really is.
Joseph Parker - who has been entertaining Kiwis with some hilarious videos during lockdown - is now encouraging them to support their local tourist spots.
Making his own music video for Dave Dobbyn and Herb's Kiwi anthem Slice Of Heaven as he travels to Queenstown to take part in some thrilling activities, including bungy jumping and speed boating.
This video comes after the 28-year-old reminded us of his boxing skills in a homage video to the Karate Kid, and his sense of humour recreating iconic movie scenes from Anchor Man and Back To The Future.
Joseph also did his own version of the Dancing Prime Minister scene from the film Love Actually.
He also channelled his inner-John Travolta to become Danny Zuko in the film Grease.
Parker also reminded people to be good neighbours during the lockdown.
Good on your Joseph!