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Kerikeri Activities

Kerikeri is a vibrant village in the North of the Bay of Islands. With fertile soil and a sub-tropical climate, Kerikeri is home of many orchards, wineries and attractive gardens. If you love food, wine, history, nature, relaxing or shopping then this is your place to stay. Find out more about some of the most popular activities for visitors to Kerikeri below.

T&G Pack-House Vacancies

Turners & Growers have positions available at their pack-house, apply directly to: http://www.tandg.global/careers Waipapa Rd Kerikeri or phone 09 4078049

Stone Store & Kemp House

At the head of the scenic Kerikeri River Basin are two of New Zealand’s oldest buildings, the Stone Store (New Zealand’s oldest stone building) and Kemp House (New Zealand’s oldest European building). Kemp House was a mission house in the early 1800’s and the Stone Store was the mission’s storehouse. The Maori Chief of this   Read More…

Eating & Drinking

Kerikeri boasts a range of eating establishments, from charming cafes where you can enjoy coffee and fresh baking al fresco, to gourmet pizzerias where the atmosphere is warm and the beer is cold! Take your pick of International and Pacific Rim cuisine complemented by award-winning wines. Enjoy a great selection of restaurants with in easy walking distance of   Read More…

Puketorara River

Along the boundary of our property runs the picturesque Puketotara River – an awesome place to sit and chill out, go swimming, or use your kayak to paddle up and down the river. There’s also some really awesome swimming holes if you take a short wander upstream. It would almost be a crime if you   Read More…

Beaches

Some of New Zealand’s most photographed beaches and bays are just a short drive from from Kerikeri Holiday Park & Motels. Opito Bay is a lovely safe beach just 15 minutes away.  A short walk from Opito Bay will take you to Ake Ake Point, where beautiful views right over the Bay of Islands await you.   Read More…

Shopping

All your shopping needs are catered for in Kerikeri Village (just a 5 minute stroll from our holiday park): Supermarkets, pharmacies, gift stores, sports equipment, fashion and everything in between. Make sure you try some of the fine products produced right here in Kerikeri, such as infused olive oils, blended coffees and teas, fashion labels,   Read More…

Walkways, Waterfalls & Kauri Trees

Rainbow Falls Nestled in lush native bush, is Rainbow Falls, a spectacular 27 metre high waterfall.  Take a 10 minute stroll to these beautiful falls from a track off the road or head off for the longer, but far more scenic, 1 to 2 hour walk up the Kerikeri River from the Kerikeri Stone Store   Read More…

Art Galleries and Studios

Kerikeri’s beautiful scenery and peaceful pace of life is a magnet for painters, sculptors, potters, native wood turners and other artists. The many art galleries and private studios provide a visual feast for art lovers who visit Kerikeri. You can also see talented Maori artists at work on traditional cultural pieces. There is a popular   Read More…

General Entertainment

If you are looking for something to entertain the kids, a rainy day to fill-in or something a little different for your holiday in Kerikeri, try these suggestions: Cathay Cinemas – 3 air conditioned theatres only 5 mins walk from Kerikeri Holiday park & Motels Lakeside Horse Treks – Sandys Road, Kerikeri Keri Mini Putt   Read More…

Golf Courses

Northland is one of New Zealand’s premier golfing destinations. There is an excellent selection of golf courses in Kerikeri and within easy driving distance of our accommodation. You could stay with us for 2 weeks and play an awesome new course every day! Bay of Islands Golf Club in Kerikeri is just a 5 minute   Read More…

Rewa’s Village Outdoor Museum

Step back in time when you visit Rewa’s Village, a recreation of an 18th Century Maori fishing village (kainga). Built using all native materials, the village features a marae, a chief’s house (whare), weapons store, a raised food store (pataka), a fishing canoe, bird snare, hangi pit for cooking, genuine historic waka (canoes) and much   Read More…

Makana Chocolate Factory

No visitor to Kerikeri can resist stopping in at the well-known Makana Confections Chocolate Factory. Watch the team making their mouth-watering hand-dipped chocolates and other exquisite creations and taste some free samples! You won’t be able to resist buying a treat to take home. Visit the Makana Confections website for more information.