Martinborough is the namesake of Irish immigrant John Martin, who in a gesture of patriotism laid the town out like a Union Jack. Wairarapa’s modern wine history dates from the late 1970s and the ...Read more
Cafes, restaurants, specialist artisan foodie destinations, festivals where it’s about the taste and joy of eating are explored. Where to eat is an essential part of the planning for a great holiday. Let’s get it sorted so that you’ve got the information you need. Let the fingers do the scrolling to find the perfect scone, the melt in the mouth chocolates and the deli that serves great counter food for an impromptu picnic.
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Kerikeri is a year round destination where winter is banished. The choice of what you do ranges from heritage exploration or tapping into the local art scene.Read more
Rural cafes with a slick polished menu is a match made in holiday heaven. Koutana is an invitation to bite into a woodfire pizza, from Luke’s Kitchen with local tipple from Blue Fridge Brewery. ...Read more
Sunny weather, beaches, rivers and vineyards to linger in, it’s no wonder artists are drawn to a Nelson lifestyle. Nelson is a creative hub for painters, sculptures and glass artists from the ...Read more