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A Mediterranean climate with long, fine dry summers and mild winters not only makes this a great place to visit but has fostered the production of it’s other great attraction, fine wines..
The port city of Napier is a popular tourist destination with its sweeping views of Hawke’s Bay, its many festivals, surrounding vineyards, orchards and a warm dry climate. Napier was..
Fruit, wine and 1930s architecture give Hastings an appealing point of difference. The area was devastated by a huge earthquake in 1931 (as was Napier) then rebuilt using architectural..
The National Aquarium of New Zealand in Napier opened early in 2002. It is as close to the ocean as you can be to the waters edge without getting your feet wet. The magnificent..
Established in 1851 by the French Marist religious order, Mission Estate Winery is New Zealands oldest winemaker. Today, Mission Estate is one of Hawke's Bay's largest established wineries..
Otane is home to a small community in Central Hawke’s Bay about 30 minutes drive from Hastings to the south west. It is a quiet village with a strong Maori community, There is an active..
The historic village of Ongaonga is a peaceful settlement within the Central Hawke’s Bay area-around 45 kilometres south west of Napier. The village is now home to a collection of quaint..
Cape Kidnappers is an extraordinary sandstone headland to the east of Hastings in Hawke's Bay. It was named by Captain Cook after an attempt by local Mäori to abduct one of his..
Te Mata Peak is at the western boundary of the wine-producing Heretaunga Plains and stands nearly 400 metres above sea level. From the summit of the peak you can enjoy panoramic views of..
Near Porangahau in Hawke’s Bay is an unassuming hill known as "Taumata whakatangi hangakoauau o tamatea turi pukakapiki maunga horo nuku pokai whenua kitanatahu", which translates into..
Waipukurau is the main township in the Central Hawke’s Bay area and is located approximately 45 minutes south west from Hastings. The town sits alongside the lovely Tukituki River and its..
Wairoa is the closest town to the beautiful Te Urewera National Park. If you’re planning to hike, hunt or fish in the park, it’s the best place to buy the food and supplies you’ll..
Just five minutes away from Hastings City, Havelock North is regarded as the Jewel in the Crown. The town still retains its village atmosphere and features many cafes, art galleries as..
Set in the the Mohaka Valley mid way between Napier and Taupo, Mountain Valley is a secluded rural retreat that gives visitors the opportunity to reconnect with the natural world. Popular..
Founded in 1897 the Church Road winery is one of the three oldest wineries in Hawke’s Bay. It has produced many award winning wines and its function centret is reputed to be one of the..
The Kaweka Conservation Park, which rises to 1724 metres above sea level, is a wilderness playground for those who like to get away from it all. The park will test your outdoor skills, but..
Set amidst a large country park between Napier and Wairoa, Lake Tutira is a wildlife refuge that's popular for camping and picnics. Memorable for its weeping willows and prolific bird life..
Te Angiangi Marine Reserve is located on the Hawke's Bay coast, east of Waipukurau. At low tide a broad rock platform is exposed, making it easy to view a fascinating range of marine life...
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