Hawke's Bay Regional Information

An abundance of fruit and wine gives a clue as to what awaits people who wish to visit the Hawke's Bay. Good weather, great beaches, and a growing population suggest this little corner of the world is turning into a must-see destination for both local and international tourists.

People can fill their days heading off to wine trails, taking on an adventure tourism activity, or simply kicking back and enjoying the sun, surf and beaches. With dry and sunny summers, along with mild winters, many New Zealanders are moving to the region for the lifestyle choices it has on offer.

Hawke's Bay Feature

Lake Waikaremoana

Lake Waikaremoana Great Walk

Deep in the Urewera National Park is a popular three to four-day tramping track of moderate difficulty for experienced trampers. Follow the lakeshore for magnificent scenery, swimming and fishing. More Info


Napier City view from Bluff Hill
Devastated by an earthquake in 1931, Napier rebuilt itself using the then-popular art deco style of architecture. This is one reason visitors are attracted to this lovely city. Now, 75 years later, there is a silver lining to the disaster with Napier being the only art deco city in New Zealand, a feature that attracts many visitors.
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Wine Trails
Wine trails
This region of New Zealand is promoted at the Hawkes Bay Wine Country and with good reason too. Wine aficionados will find something that will satisfy their palate, whether it is a nice Chardonnay or a Sauvignon Blanc.
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Devonport to Leigh
Great Kiwi Road Trips
Road trips are as much about the personality of the road as they are the people travelling them. Follow your adventuresome spirit into the sunset. Lifes a journey...take the scenic route.
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Couple Standing - Te Mata View

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