Here is another, slightly older postcard showing a view of the Rees River as it flows into Lake Wakatipu, South Island. Card has a rubber-stamped sender's address of Auckland. It was sent to Wallasey, Cheshire, England. Postage stamp indicates the card was most likely mailed in 1906-7. Card was printed in Germany
The cancellation appears to be either a supplementary/revenue protection type, or a mute cancel from a postal contractor.
The stamp is the 1 d "Universal, which was heavily used and often reprinted between 1901-6. The plate characteristics seem to indicate that this is a Royle plate printing. It has the dot on the wide right margin, but unlike the earlier "dot plate" printings, it has a shading line on the left side "S" ornament.
In addition, this stamp has a vertical perf measurement of 14 1/2. The horizontal measurement is not (for me) possible to measure...even under 10x magnification, but it appears to be doubled. If this is the case, it would be Campbell Paterson G10f (SG#360 variety), a tough one to find.