Meaning of winterless north in English:

winterless north

noun

New Zealand the winterless north
  • The North Auckland peninsula as a sub-tropical region.

    ‘plant in early spring, under glass unless you live in the winterless north’
    • ‘A truck and trailer unit served as a stage on what has been a chilly night in the winterless north.’
    • ‘We really are the winterless north most years.’
    • ‘I decided I needed a midwinter break, so what better place to visit than the Bay of Islands in the winterless north?’
    • ‘Now we are in Northland—the winterless north—and it truly does not get very cold.’
    • ‘As we head for the beach this summer, thousands of us will visit historic areas, regional parks, islands, the coastlines, and the reserves of our winterless north.’
    • ‘I've got a pile of books at my bedside that will likely accompany me to the winterless north, to my satisfaction.’
    • ‘We're sure that the streets will be bustling this weekend as loads of Aucklanders head to the winterless north to witness this unique sight!’
    • ‘It's midwinter in the winterless north!’
    • ‘From the winterless north, her five kids had never seen snow.’
    • ‘The weather is absolutely awful here in the winterless north.’