You need a fedora hat, a love of all things pink, soft baby blue, an appetite for food and feast. Your life will be richer as you have: Acquired fabulous possum clothing – all in a good ...Read more
A premier breadbasket for New Zealand with a year round temperate climate Hawkes Bay and Gisborne are home to internationally renowned wines. A classic wine trail is a visitor favourite with artisan food producers, artists and quirky stops creating a memorable experience. The Art Deco style of Napier and Hasting is an architectural gem making Hawkes Bay and Gisborne popular for heritage buffs. The coastal beaches are the habitat of gannets and sea birds attracting birders and wildlife fans alike. The area is a bicultural pulse of Aotearoa New Zealand with a Maori lived experience offering visitors to participate in a unique cultural experience away from the tourist areas of Rotorua.
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A service town that supports the agricultural sector Wairoa is not usually viewed as a tourist destination. The town, similar to many rural communities, has witnessed a decline in the main street ...Read more
Mahia is a journey into the beach culture of a New Zealand summer holiday. The peninsula is a detour off the main road through farmland and renments of lowland forest. Vistas open up to sweeping ...Read more