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Victoria’s guidebook

Food scene

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Kerikeri
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New World and Countdown supermarkets and a wide array of retail stores, are close by in Kerikeri. A favorite I have is fossicing in the Four Square at Waipapa for a boutique selection of wine, cheeses, fine ingredients, ready made meals, coffee and fresh baked goods - perfect for treats to enjoy back at your tiny house!
Four Square Waipapa
1993 State Highway 10
New World and Countdown supermarkets and a wide array of retail stores, are close by in Kerikeri. A favorite I have is fossicing in the Four Square at Waipapa for a boutique selection of wine, cheeses, fine ingredients, ready made meals, coffee and fresh baked goods - perfect for treats to enjoy back at your tiny house!
I really enjoy the food here, especially if delicious raw, marinated local fish is on the menu, its casual with a great outdoor area families and groups, there's a bar and super-friendly staff!
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The Black Olive
308 Kerikeri Rd
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I really enjoy the food here, especially if delicious raw, marinated local fish is on the menu, its casual with a great outdoor area families and groups, there's a bar and super-friendly staff!
Perfect riverside spot to relax and take in super pretty gardens and homemade food. A must do if you visit the Stone Store or need a snack to take on your river walk.
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Honey House Cafe
246 Kerikeri Rd
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Perfect riverside spot to relax and take in super pretty gardens and homemade food. A must do if you visit the Stone Store or need a snack to take on your river walk.
A must if you have time to sit back and spend some time at an icon of Russell's history. Great food options, stunning views, in the hub of Russell, on the waterfront. Its character filled, check out the old bar, inside the hotel.
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Duke Of Marlborough Hotel
35 The Strand
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A must if you have time to sit back and spend some time at an icon of Russell's history. Great food options, stunning views, in the hub of Russell, on the waterfront. Its character filled, check out the old bar, inside the hotel.
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Ake Ake Vineyard & Restaurant
165 Waimate North Rd
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If you are looking for somewhere a bit special with amazing views, check out this modern neighbourhood eatery showcasing unique ingredients of the stunning Far North of New Zealand.
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Terra Restaurant
76 Marsden Road
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If you are looking for somewhere a bit special with amazing views, check out this modern neighbourhood eatery showcasing unique ingredients of the stunning Far North of New Zealand.
Healthy super foods at SuperBowl! All bowls are made fresh, served with brown rice or sticky white rice, red cabbage, shredded lettuce, red onion, coriander, spring onion & toasted sesame seeds. All bowls are Gluten Free
Super Bowl NZ
132 Kerikeri Road
Healthy super foods at SuperBowl! All bowls are made fresh, served with brown rice or sticky white rice, red cabbage, shredded lettuce, red onion, coriander, spring onion & toasted sesame seeds. All bowls are Gluten Free

Neighbourhoods

A small seaside community on the north side of the Kerikeri Inlet. The bay has a good boat ramp.
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Opito Bay
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A small seaside community on the north side of the Kerikeri Inlet. The bay has a good boat ramp.
New Zealand’s first capital city, Russell is full of historic buildings, charming shops and great restaurants. Many of the cruise and activity options for the Bay of Islands start here, but if you’re short on time, sit on the beach in the shade of a stately Pohutakawa tree. Drive to Paihia and catch the passenger ferry and walk the quaint streets, everything is close. If you prefer explore by car, take the Opua/Russell car ferry, then you can pop over the hill at Russell to enjoy stunning Long Beach for a swim in crystal waters
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Russell
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New Zealand’s first capital city, Russell is full of historic buildings, charming shops and great restaurants. Many of the cruise and activity options for the Bay of Islands start here, but if you’re short on time, sit on the beach in the shade of a stately Pohutakawa tree. Drive to Paihia and catch the passenger ferry and walk the quaint streets, everything is close. If you prefer explore by car, take the Opua/Russell car ferry, then you can pop over the hill at Russell to enjoy stunning Long Beach for a swim in crystal waters
The Hokianga Harbour links the Hokianga estuary to the Tasman Sea. Take in the stunning views on the tiny car ferry that runs between Kohukohu to Rawene to feel completely off the map. Be sure to take in the Waipoua Forest, home of Tane Mahuta, New Zealand’s oldest and largest Kauri tree. If you love walking, visit the unique Wairere Boulders. Visit the Hokianga i-SITE Visitor Information Centre to find out what to see in the Hokianga area. 29 State Highway 12, Opononi, Hokianga, New Zealand +64 9-405 8869
Kohukohu
The Hokianga Harbour links the Hokianga estuary to the Tasman Sea. Take in the stunning views on the tiny car ferry that runs between Kohukohu to Rawene to feel completely off the map. Be sure to take in the Waipoua Forest, home of Tane Mahuta, New Zealand’s oldest and largest Kauri tree. If you love walking, visit the unique Wairere Boulders. Visit the Hokianga i-SITE Visitor Information Centre to find out what to see in the Hokianga area. 29 State Highway 12, Opononi, Hokianga, New Zealand +64 9-405 8869

Markets

Check out this popular market for an array of local coffee, food, produce, crafts and musicians.
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The Old Packhouse Market
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Check out this popular market for an array of local coffee, food, produce, crafts and musicians.
Check out Bay of Islands Farmers Markets for an array of local produce, crafts and entertainment. This is held in Kerikeri (Sunday mornings) and Paihia (Thursday afternoons) Check website for details https://www.bayofislandsfarmersmarket.co.nz/
Bay Of Islands Farmers' Market
10 Hobson Ave
Check out Bay of Islands Farmers Markets for an array of local produce, crafts and entertainment. This is held in Kerikeri (Sunday mornings) and Paihia (Thursday afternoons) Check website for details https://www.bayofislandsfarmersmarket.co.nz/

Sightseeing

Follow the Kerikeri River - there's history and beautiful natural features. Check out waterfualls , Wharepuke and Rainbow Falls, as well as some old hydro-dams and the historic Kemp House and Stone Store. At a leisurely pace, you'll be walking 1.5 hours (oneway) through bird-filled native forest. Start your walk from either the Stone Store or from Rainbow Falls.
Kerikeri River walking track
Follow the Kerikeri River - there's history and beautiful natural features. Check out waterfualls , Wharepuke and Rainbow Falls, as well as some old hydro-dams and the historic Kemp House and Stone Store. At a leisurely pace, you'll be walking 1.5 hours (oneway) through bird-filled native forest. Start your walk from either the Stone Store or from Rainbow Falls.
This is a popular swimming spot with the locals. Basalt rock formations provide jumping spots into the pools below. The waterhole is off Landing Road near Cherry Park House. Take the walkway that follows the Croquet Club and along the Waipapa Stream.
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Charlies Rock
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This is a popular swimming spot with the locals. Basalt rock formations provide jumping spots into the pools below. The waterhole is off Landing Road near Cherry Park House. Take the walkway that follows the Croquet Club and along the Waipapa Stream.
New Zealand’s second oldest building, preserves missionary, farming and architectural history, as well as stories of early encounters between Māori and Europeans.
Te Waimate Mission House
344 Te Ahu Ahu Rd
New Zealand’s second oldest building, preserves missionary, farming and architectural history, as well as stories of early encounters between Māori and Europeans.
Relaxed, riverside dining with a tasty menu, beside the iconic Stone Store. NZ themed menu.
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Plough & Feather
215 Kerikeri Road
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Relaxed, riverside dining with a tasty menu, beside the iconic Stone Store. NZ themed menu.

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The Northland wine trail has some gems, close by

Kerikeri is the place where the missionary Reverend Samuel Marsden planted New Zealand’s first vines in 1819. Northland is not only the oldest, but it is also the warmest growing region in New Zealand, making it uniquely suited to ripening a wide range of grape varieties. Warm spring temperatures, hot dry summers, and calm, clear autumn days mean fruit ripens early, creating full-bodied, rich and generous wine. Find the vineyards closest to your tiny house! https://northlandwinegrowers.co.nz/