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  • Food and Wine - Central North Island

    Food and Wine - Central North Island

    Central North Island is one of the best for discovering traditional Maori food. It's also known for excellent wines, fruit orchards and food producers. Two touring routes meander through the Central North Island, both ending in Hawke’s Bay - a premier food and wine destination. The Thermal Explorer Highway leads to geothermally-farmed prawns and traditional hangi food; the Pacific Explorer Highway lets you follow the coast to discover seafood, fruit and sensational wines.

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  • Top experiences in Hawke's Bay

    Top experiences in Hawke's Bay

    Climb Te Mata Peak, walk along Marine Parade and marvel at the Art Deco architecture in Hawke's Bay.

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  • Napier


    Beautifully preserved 1930s architecture is Napier's special point of difference.

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  • Cycling & Mountain Biking

    Cycling & Mountain Biking

    Hawke's Bay's bike-friendly terrain, stable climate and stunning scenery make it a prime cycling destination.

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  • Bird watching

    Bird watching

    Hawkes Bay is home to the largest mainland gannet colony in the world.

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  • Shopping in Hawke's Bay

    Shopping in Hawke's Bay

    Stunning architecture, passionate locals and plenty of sunshine is a winning combination when you head out shopping in the Hawke’s Bay.

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  • Museums


    The Hawke's Bay is home to a number of small, quirky museums that give you an insight into a fascinating side of local kiwi culture.

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  • Cape Kidnappers

    Cape Kidnappers

    Getting to Cape Kidnappers is half the fun. You can walk, ride on a tractor trailer or paddle a kayak.

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  • Horse riding

    Horse riding

    Spectacular scenery and wide open spaces - Hawke's Bay is the perfect place to explore on horseback.

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