Out & About
With a rich and colourful history it is Northlands favourite subtropical town with a wide choice of cafes and restaurants to please all tastes.
Arts and Craft trail
Discover a host of locally produced products on the art and crafts trail in and around Kerikeri and check out the Farmers market’s on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
The Stone Store
Well worth a visit the Stone store is the oldest building in New Zealand and with history in mind a visit to Pete’s Pioneer Museum is a must.
Bay of Islands Golf Club’s
The Bay of Islands Golf Club offers exciting golf on an un-crowded course with tees for players of all abilities set in idyllic surroundings. What more can any golfer ask for?
The greens and fairways are always immaculate and best of all, with the volcanic soil and sub-tropical climate it is playable 365 days a year.
Marsden estate, Ake Ake, Fat pig, Cottle Hill to name just a few, the wine is flowing in Northland and winning awards too! As a bonus most vineyards offer wine tours, marvellous restaurant facilities and great food.
Three screens showing all the latest arthouse and block buster movies. Boutique and friendly with a great restaurant/Café.
The Turner Centre
Bringing the world to Kerikeri. A first class venue for shows, meetings, conferences and exhibitions