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Shop Hawke’s Bay 2018

A must have guide to your next shopping experience in Hawke’s Bay WAIROA - NAPIER - AHURIRI - ONEKAWA - TARADALE - CLIVE HASTINGS - HAVELOCK NORTH - CENTRAL HAWKE’S BAY - DANNEVIRKE


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Your guide to shopping in Hawke’s Bay Old habits die hard, especially with the constant pressures of modern life and it’s easy to slip into a comfortable groove where shopping is concerned. However, the retail scene in Hawke’s Bay is constantly evolving with new shopping experiences waiting to be discovered. Why settle for convenience when there’s so much waiting to be discovered?

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Throughout the Bay there’s an eclectic mixture of shops catering to the wide ranging needs and desires of our diverse population. Each settlement from Wairoa in the north to Dannevirke in the south, and embracing Napier, Hastings and Central Hawke’s Bay has a distinct character of its own and caters to the daily needs of the local residents.

In addition, many retailers aim to attract out of town P4 .......... The Wairoa way visitors with a range of unusual or special products and P5/6...... Re-discover Napier services be they fashion, antiques, jewellery, art, P7 ..................Awesome Ahuriri bric-a-brac, garden centres or beauty products. P8 ......................Eclectic Onekawa We hope Shop Hawke’s Bay inspires and motivates you to get out and about, P9 .............Shop local – shop Taradale to have fun, to revisit old shopping P10 .................... Choose artisan products haunts, to try new shopping P12 ...................................A fresh look at Clive experiences in different locations and at the same P13/16........................................... Shop Hastings time enjoy the unique P17 .............................................. Thriving Arts scene atmosphere that is P18 ...................................... Experience Havelock North Hawke’s Bay. P20 ...................................................... Central Hawke’s Bay P21 ........................................................ Destination Dannevirke P22 .....................................................................Backyard business

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Hawke’s Bays little gem in the heart of Wairoa

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The Wairoa way Enjoy our hospitality

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ocal retailers in Wairoa have a deep sense of the community. When you chose to shop in Wairoa you don’t only get a retail experience, you get a Wairoa experience. You may be surprised at the changes that have taken place in the last few years with new shops to explore. The Rocket Lab complex in Mahia is also contributing to a regeneration of the economy and a renewal of interest, along with more visitors, to the area. Come and enjoy, not only our great scenery along our main street with the river bordering our main retail precinct, but also enjoy our local hospitality.

Shopping in Wairoa is a whole experience. Locals will stop and chat along the main street as they go about their business in a relaxed way. You won’t get the hustle and bustle of big city shopping districts but what you will receive instead

is the warmth and hospitality of Wairoa. This is retail the Wairoa way. You will discover the boutique nature of shopping in Wairoa, with new opportunities and new developments popping up along the main strip, alongside this are those retailers that have been in business for many years and who have become a part of the fabric that is Wairoa. Enjoy refreshments or grab a takeaway and take a picnic by the riverside while the kids let off steam at the nearby playground. Explore Marine Parade, perhaps browse the bookstore or the gift and flower shop. Maybe pop into the museum, also in Marine Parade which reflects the rich cultural heritage of the Wairoa district. If you’re interested in shopping that is more than just purchasing a service or product, Wairoa will offer an experience full of hospitality and friendly service.


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Re-discover Napier

An exciting retail experience

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apier is fast earning the reputation as the country’s most popular weekend leisure city outside of Auckland and Wellington. And it’s easy to see why. The city is compact and easy to navigate. Napier is a great leisure destination with superb speciality shopping and a number of high profile national chain stores intermingled with a rich and diverse mix of art and cultural activities seven days a week. Recently the inner city has undergone extensive building renovation and substitution which has significantly altered and enhanced Napier’s streetscape and vibrancy. Discover the speciality fashion clothing and accessory boutiques, furniture and interior design stores, interspersed with a diverse mix of art galleries. You’ll be spoilt for choice! Emerson Street is not only bursting with a wide range of stores it’s a pretty street in which to wander while admiring the palm trees and summer flowers.

A much photographed sculpture in Emerson Street “A Wave in Time,” is a bronze statue by Mark Whyte modelled on Sheila Williams and her dog Raven. Sheila led the New Napier Week Carnival parade in 1933 to celebrate the city’s recovery from the earthquake. Across the street another sculpture, also by Mark Whyte, was installed in 2014, that of a young boy climbing a pole and waving to the woman. It’s a great drawcard for tourists who take a break from shopping to be photographed alongside the icon. Besides the main streets, Napier’s side streets and alleyways also offer charm and an eclectic mix of interesting stores that are well worth exploring. Renowned for its thriving cafe culture Napier boasts dozens of eateries which offer an impressive range of culinary styles, from classic to contemporary catering to today’s diverse range of palates. The outdoor atmosphere invites shoppers

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Marewa Cycles offer great technical advice, a mechanical service and your new bike. Whether it’s a Pathway fashion bike, E-Bike, Kids bike or Race bike, you get it at a great price.

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Thai Chef’s restaurant was proud to be honoured “Thai Select PREMIUM” award by the Prime Minister of Thailand in 2013 for its authenticity and high quality of Thai cuisine.

to relax and watch the passing parade. There’s an excellent selection of dining choices too. As you’re shopping look out for the Words on Walls – these ‘social sculptures’, intended to leave layers of additional meaning to the cityscape, appear on 20 sites dotted around the inner city. The public is encouraged to go on a journey of self-discovery reading and interpreting the texts in their own way.

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The inner city also offers a variety of walks with panoramic views, and great photo opportunities, not to mention the picturesque seafront walkway, the viewing platform and attractive, well maintained

gardens. For those who haven’t been to Napier in a while take a stroll in the Reef Garden along the waterfrontthe latest addition to the bustling waterfront with stunning sculptures and water features for the little ones. The ‘plaza-style’ skate park includes one of Marineland’s old pools, cleverly converted into the new main skate bowl. Let the magic rub off on you! Put Napier inner city on your list of things to experience and enjoy everything there is to offer, set amid a vibrant, colourful and unique Art Deco backdrop. Visit www.napiercbd.co.nz for an excellent and vibrant summary of all that’s on offer in Napier City.


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Awesome Ahuriri

Discover the cosmopolitan ambience

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ust a five-minute drive from downtown Napier, discover a bohemian urban area steeped in history, surrounded by the ocean and bustling with boutiques, cafes and bars. This bustling seaside village combines history with modern commerce and the result is a vibrant seaside village with an eclectic mixture of commerce, residential accommodation and plenty of opportunities to relax and shop. There are two distinct areas to explore. The first is West Quay which is home to a working port and is also a thriving social hub with an excellent range of restaurants and cafes. There are several hotels here, apartment blocks and an art gallery, all with beautiful views of the marina and inner harbour. Bridge Street is a vibrant shopping destination that leads down to the beach at Hardinge Road. Here you’ll find an excellent selection of eateries including Indian cuisine and sushi, fashion outlets, gift shops, an antique store, imported artefacts, a gallery, a beauty salon,

a pharmacy and interior design store. Harding Road itself has a selection of cafes and restaurants, several hotels/ motels and direct access to the beach. It’s a very popular destination especially during the summer months. Joining established professional service providers such as accountants, Ahuriri has recently grown as a business centre with the addition of a business hub housing tenants such as Xero and NOW. And adding to the funky flavour is The Urban Winery housed in the former National Tobacco Company Art Deco treasure of a building. This hip and thriving little seaside village with distinctive ‘saw-tooth’ roof lines has a life and culture of its own. And while you’re out and about, stop for a coffee, pick up some Mediterranean ingredients for dinner or buy a bunch of fresh flowers. Visit www.ahuriri.co.nz to check out the great shopping and dining options in Ahuriri.


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Eclectic Onekawa

Retail and industry combined

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It’s a hop, skip and a jump to Napier City and only a 15-minute drive to Hastings. Sandwiched between two busy roads, Taradale and Kennedy, Onekawa has two distinct identities that roughly align to north and south of Kennedy Road. To the north the suburb is dominated by Onekawa Park a popular spot for tennis and netball players. It’s also home to the Napier Aquatic Centre pools and Spray Park. Nearby is a gym, the Napier Plunket Community Hub and plenty of parking in Flanders Avenue. The shopping centre in Maadi Road, opposite Onekawa Park, has a good range of shops including takeaways, supermarket, café, pharmacy, fruit and vegetable shop, a barber, wool and haberdashery shop, laundromat and a dairy plus plenty of parking. There are several amenities and services along busy Taradale Road (SH50) including a yoga school, garden centre and cafe, landscape centre, two vet

clinics, service station, two carpet retailers, a fitness centre, bicycle shop, a couple of paint outlets and a hardware store. There’s also a bar and liquor outlet a popular Thai restaurant. There’s a large thriving commercial/industrial area across Taradale Road which stretches to Prebensen Drive. It’s served by numerous cafes and bakeries catering for the large number of workers. There’s a surprising diversity of businesses in this industrial area, many are light industry including, hardware, building and glass merchants, electrical supplies, tyres and mechanical servicing.

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aradale is a great place to shop, dine, relax and do business with its air of tradition and contemporary urban charm. Taradale’s eclectic mix of over 140 retail stores, cafes, hair and beauty salons, restaurants, professional and service businesses – all set in a friendly, safe and attractive environment - make Taradale a pleasure to visit. Everything you need is all in within easy walking distance, so you can tick off many tasks on your ‘to do list’ with one stop. It’s actually very convenient having the majority of shops all in the one street. In fact if you haven’t visited in a while you may be pleasantly surprised with the range of goods and services available in Gloucester and adjoining streets. There’s an excellent range of cafes, fashion, health and beauty shops and services such as pharmacies. There are ATMs, an optometrist, gift shops, a lingerie store, a dry cleaner and even a vape store. Bulk buying of household food

basics and whole foods is possible and there’s an Asian food store. Doctors, dentists and accountants are readily available along with automotive specialists and mechanics. Just around the corner is Taradale Park with a children’s play area should they need to let off steam after you’ve been shopping. Restaurants offer Thai food, Indian tandoori, there’s a tavern, a family eatery, and a Chinese restaurant. Those looking for a coffee or snack have plenty of choice too. Shop in Taradale and you are supporting ‘Shop Local’ which ensures that you continue to have a vibrant community to live, work and play in. It’s also the best way to catch up with friends and neighbours, support and connect to your community. So before you head further afield – think about whether you could get that product or service in Taradale and Shop Local!

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Choose artisan products Enjoy fresh farm produce

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hroughout the Bay there are people dedicated to creating traditional, quality foodstuffs thanks to the excellent growing conditions for fruit, vegetables, vines and produce in general. As the region’s reputation for fresh, quality produce grows so too does the number of people setting up business providing treats such as hand-made chocolates, French bread and pastries, cow and sheep cheese, olives and so on. The popular Hawke’s Bay Farmers Market offers a relaxed atmosphere, not unlike a traditional village market. Shoppers can browse at their leisure, have a freshly brewed coffee, indulge in breakfast or a sweet treat, listen to live music, and talk to the growers of seasonal fruits, vegetables and other seasonal products such as seedlings. At its peak there are about 65 stalls during the summer months. During summer the market is held outdoors in the beautiful Hawke’s Bay A&P Showgrounds, Kenilworth Rd just off Karamu Road in Hastings. In winter it’s held under cover at the same location. The market opens at 8.30am every Sunday and runs to 12.30pm. Enjoy fresh farm picked produce such as capsicum,

chillies, limes, figs, mushrooms and herbs along with all sorts of vegetables, fruits and nuts. There’s a great range of jams, preserves, freshly baked breads and pastries along with dressings, pasta, vinaigrettes, olives and olive oil. There’s organic meat, bacon, sausages, venison small goods, free range eggs and even duck eggs to be tasted. That’s the great thing about the market as most foodstuffs can be sampled before buying. The Hohepa Cheese stall always gathers large crowds eager to sample, quark, mozzarella, cumin seed cheese and other award winning organic cheeses. For those who enjoy local wine or cider several boutique vineyards and a local cider maker offer their produce for sale. Clive Square, Lower Emerson Street is the setting for the Napier Urban Farmers Market held every Saturday from 9am - 1pm. This market has all the essentials - bread, coffee, smoothies, eggs, game, fruit, vegetables and other delightful goodies plus food to eat while you wander, food to take home for dinner and supplies for the week. For those who prefer to explore the region personally

there’s a good choice of products on offer such as figs which are grown in Havelock North and are processed into a fabulous range of jams, chutneys and salami di fichi. Olive products are available at several outlets and there’s an excellent range of oils, drizzles, relishes and antipasto treats. There are several olive oil producers, many award winners, producing fine oil, including extra virgin. One such olive farm in Havelock North has a store on site and tastings are available. There’s a wide range of products such as Roast Garlic Olive Oil; Thyme, Sage and Rosemary Olive Oil, along with condiments, hampers and sauces.

Black Barn Growers Market

This is held every Saturday during summer from 9am to noon. The covered market, held under a circle of plane trees, has a good selection of local growers, bakers and producers selling fresh produce including coffee, flowers, meat, pickles and olive oil.

Napier Sunday Market

Marine Parade, just north of Ocean Spa, is the setting for this market which has an interesting variety of stalls ranging from foodstuffs to fresh produce, bric-abrac, second-hand goods, and arts and crafts. Food and refreshments are also available on site.

Otane market

Every Sunday from 9am-1pm in historic Otane Village (about a 30 minutedrive from Hastings) offers fruit, vegetables, artisan products, fresh bread and crafts.

Farm gate and fresh produce stalls

The region is brimming with stalls selling the freshest of fresh Hawke’s Bay seasonal produce such as strawberries, blueberries, cherries, boysenberries, stone fruit and summer fruit. Fresh fruit smoothies and icecreams are just the thing to cool down in the hot summer. Farm gate taste and buy opportunities include honey, blueberries, mushrooms, farm shops, strawberry farms and even figs!


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live is a small, quiet, semirural community roughly 10k south of Napier and a similar distance from Hastings and Havelock North which is bisected by SH2. Nearby the Clive River is a focal point for water sports enthusiast, walkers and cyclists. The cycleway passes nearby which makes Clive a good stopping point for refreshments at one of several cafes and eateries.

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The bulk of the services are on SH2 and there’s an increasing selection of shops and professional services. For those who tend to drive through without stopping it could be a good time to see what’s changed.

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A recent addition to the retail scene is River Hut. Offering an eclectic mixture of clothing, accessories, cushions, candles and so on from Indonesia, India and further afield. There’s a fish and chip shop, and the Corner Cafe

all alongside a good range of services such as a gas station, a mobile coffee cart, a kitchen and bathroom renovators, a butcher, vet clinic, a hairdresser, chemist, dairy, a small supermarket and a real estate agent. Accommodation is available at the Clive Studios (formerly Clive Motel). Just over the river on the way to Napier is the home of Hohepa award winning organic cheeses which also offers a variety of organic vegetables for sale, along with organic milk from the farm, and woodwork made by the residents. Heading south towards Hastings is a popular fruit and vegetable shop with off road parking. Further south is a palm tree specialist and a wholesale and retail florist. At nearby Whakatu is David Trubridge’s gallery and workshop which is well worth a detour.


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ometimes it’s the little things that make all the difference, like the hanging baskets under the shop eaves in the city – brightening up the town year round.

If you’re up for a bit of retail therapy Hastings City offers a great mix of chain stores and award-winning independent retailers and has a reputation for interesting boutique shops and some of the best cafes around. Whether you’re coveting a designer dress or suit, jewellery or a new coffee table, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for. Heretaunga Street West is our own mini ‘High Street’ boasting a mix of independent and

national chain stores, with Suzelle Lingerie, Griffiths Footwear, Heards & Grieve Diamond Jewellers and Thomson’s Suits sitting happily alongside Cotton On, Hallensteins, Hannahs, and Farmers. Fuel up at Madeleines, Sutto Cafe, Little Black Bird Cafe, or the heavenly offerings of BJ’s and John’s Bakery and Cafe. The east end of town has developed into a cool and vibrant mixture of quirky locally made gifts, artisan foods and organics, upcycled and retro furniture and fashion. It’s also the home of high quality homewares from Harvey Norman, Smith’s City, Kitchen Studio, FL Bone and Hutchinson’s Furniture.

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• Fabric - quilting, dressmaking • Wool - wide range of 100% wool and merino • Sewing Machines Janome / Elna & Babylock • Haberdashery - cottons, lace, buttons, embroidery thread and much more • Quilting • Classes* *Check in store, online or call us for exciting Classes that are available. We can accommodate your individual needs at one of our evening classes.

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And if you need a break from all that shopping there are plenty of cafes and restaurants along the way to stop and relax in. There are some fabulous spots for lunch such as Taste Cornucopia, Westerman’s, Cafe Anatolia, Subway, Hot Gossip, Bollywood Stars and many more to tempt your taste buds. Those in the know will have sought out delectable bakeries/espresso bars such as Entice, The Artisan and Ya Bon for a special treat. There are plenty of boredom buster shops throughout the CBD – pick up a book from Paper Plus, Whitcoulls, or Plaza Books. Stop in at 123 Plus or Spotlight for

craft supplies or Cake Stuff for every conceivable baking accessory. Offering visual delight is The Hastings City Art Gallery – a vibrant hub of art and photography and there’s the well-stocked Hastings War Memorial Library for more than just books. Hastings iSite always has plenty of things to keep you entertained in the area and the staff are always on hand to help with booking a local tourist attraction, tour, travel or souvenir. If you are looking for entertainment or a place to socialise in the city you can’t beat Focal Point Cinema. Offering the latest release films, this historic theatre has state of the art imagery and


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sound equipment as well as plush, comfy seating - all making for the ultimate movie experience. Fully equipped with an excellent cafe open all day for coffee and lunch; combining good food and a great movie has never been better. Breakers Cafe and Bar is always the perfect place to relax and unwind with family and friends, and the award winning Common Room always has a warm welcome and regular live music. Hastings City Night Markets are an occasional treat to celebrate special occasions such as Madness in the Mall Art Deco Market on

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15 February, the Hawke’s Bay Harvest Market on 15 March and the Matariki Night Market on 14 June 2018. Albert Square Park and container theatre also offers free live concerts until the end of April every Thursday and Friday lunchtime. This is the place to relax, have a game of chess, or drift off on the comfortable bean bag lounge chairs. Detour a little to the north of Hastings CBD up Karamu Road to find Bay Plaza on Russell Street, Hawke’s Bay’s only shopping mall with 23 businesses from nationals

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Hastings is also the business hub of Hawke’s Bay which means you can combine pleasure with your personal business. There’s a range of businesses offering services for all your professional needs-banks, accountants, auditors, insurance brokers, risk management services, investment advisors (personal, institutional, corporate, rural) and HR specialists.

and picturesque leafy, wide boulevards Hastings continues to create a haven of urban chic with fabulous

shopping and vibrant events, set within the fabulous rural heartland of Hawke’s Bay; the perfect shopping destination.

There are over 70 wineries in Hawke’s Bay which make Hastings an ideal place to stop and explore the region for a day or two and enjoy some fine, fresh produce along with the all-important shopping expeditions. So with its distinctive Spanish Mission architecture

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Thriving arts scene

An abundance of artistic talent right on our doorstep

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awke’s Bay is home to some extremely talented artists and craftspeople, many of whom open up their studios and galleries to the public. Just as there are food and wine trails there’s also an Arts Guide available in print and also online.

as people, industries, ideas and represents them in large-scale screen prints on public walls. Each print is linked through a QR code to more information on the subject. Sir James Wattie, Paraire Tomoana and Bruno Lawrence are a few of the personalities depicted.

Perhaps it’s something to do with the warm and relaxed climate that attracts so many creative people to the Bay? Whatever the reason there’s a wealth of artistic talent in the region to admire and purchase their original work.

Napier City is full of surprises with plenty to admire in Marine Parade, Tennyson Street, Hastings Street and Emerson Street. The recently constructed Reef Garden is a great place to admire the new sculpture and pou by artist Jacob Scott, while children can enjoy playing in the water jets nearby.

A stroll through Hastings City highlights the artistic talent on our doorstep with many public art works dotted around for all to enjoy. Pedestrians in Hastings City centre can admire the Suntrap above City Square by Neil Dawson, The Sheep and Leaf Lights by David Trubridge, to mention but a few. The entrance to Civic Square is home to 18 beautifully carved pou representing ancestors from each of the marae within the Heretaunga district. The Hastings Art Gallery also in Clive Square exhibits national and international contemporary art and design as well as showcasing local artists. Nearby in Russell Street is the Hastings Community Arts Centre which has continuous exhibitions and sales of works by local artists and craftspeople. Hastings Icons is a multi-site installation work by Adrian Thornton in Hastings CBD. It takes images connected to the theme of great things growing in Hastings such

The Arts Quarter in Napier is home to several galleries in both Hastings and Tennyson Street. They include Viva, an artists’ collective which opened in late 2016 having transferred from Ahuriri. There’s plenty to explore with the Tennyson and Boyd Dunlop galleries, the Rabbit Room and SPA_CE. Nearby is the MTG where a number of interesting exhibitions are run in addition to two permanent exhibitions. Creative Arts Napier located just behind Te Pania Hotel offers a series of exhibitions, workshops and events. An exciting project, Murals for Oceans by the PangeaSeed Foundation, really does offer a treat for art lovers as they can wander Ahuriri and Napier and admire the meaningful murals. The foundation exists to further the conservation of our oceans one mural at a time. Maps can be downloaded from the Napier City Council web site: www.napier.govt.nz

Picturesque Ahuriri is a lovely village to stroll around and inspect the galleries, an antique shop and several gift shops. The Hawke’s Bay Art Guide profiles artists and arts

organisations participating in the Arts Trail initiative which showcases the best quality art works, art facilities and art services in the Hawke’s Bay. www. hawkesbayartguide.co.nz


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To many the main attraction of The Village is the shopping. It’s a great environment where the parking is free, the people friendly and service is kind and courteous. There’s a wide choice of retail on offer with retailers driven by service and ready to look after you. There are no big companies here – just good old fashioned owner-operators who care. Retailers offer an amazing selection of quality handpicked products. This is boutique shopping at its best. There are gorgeous gifts for all age brackets and price ranges, beauty and pamper packages galore, food, wine and entertainment on tap. There is no greater

collection of fashion available in Hawke’s Bay – clothing and shoes abound! The range of eateries is outstanding with all tastes catered for be it paleo, gluten free, Asian, Indian, Mexican or fish and chips and there’s even a Greek restaurant and an English style pub.

The Village has specialist book shops where you get personal recommendations, fabulous gift shops where the selection and gift wrapping is divine. Pharmacies and beauty salons provide friendly personalized services. Artisan food providers offer an amazing choice of locally, and specialist imported, sourced food – be that at the butcher, deli, cafe or restaurant. Another exciting dimension is Porters Boutique Hotel incorporating a function and conference facility and additional shops.


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entral Hawke’s Bay (CHB) covers the area from Pukehou in the north, to Takapau in the south, and from the western Ruahine Ranges to the eastern coast. Its economy is based on sheep and beef farming, horticulture, orchards and cropping. There are also several vineyards in the district. However, there are some great shopping opportunities too. There are two main towns, Waipukurau and Waipawa and smaller townships including Takapau, Tikokino, Porongahau and Ongaonga. Coastal beach settlements include Aramoana and Blackhead. Over the last few years the Waipawa High Street has undergone a renaissance with new stores and a facelift. This is a good place to stop, fill the car with petrol, enjoy a good coffee or a meal and browse the interesting shops. If time permits perhaps take a look at the museum too! Although small, the community of Waipawa is well served with an increasing range of shops including antiques and a large secondhand trader, Penny Lane Emporium, a craft

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cooperative, several popular cafes, a fish and chip shop, a pub, a supermarket, a butcher and a library. There’s an interesting clock shop at the beginning of High Street which is well worth a visit. In Waipukurau there’s a friendly atmosphere common to most rural communities in CHB. Retailers know the first names of all their regular customers and go out of their way to give good service. There’s no shortage of shops or services with supermarkets, plenty of essential rural services, boutiques, cafes and eateries, two vets, a garden centre medical facilities and a pharmacy. There’s also plenty of variety on offer with designer cakes, a vape shop, interior design services and dress making fabrics. So all in all it’s a great little place to shop with not too much hustle and bustle.


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Destination Dannevirke Make it your shopping destination

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hopping in Dannevirke just keeps getting better. With a growing number of new stores in town, shoppers now find themselves spoilt for choice. Look out for a large Viking sign, and several other Vikings, that welcome people to the town in acknowledgement of the Scandinavian settlers who first settled in the area in the 1870s. Dannevirke is the perfect place to make your destination, a town where a warm welcome is guaranteed, and where retailers put their customers first. SH2 is the main thoroughfare, and a busy one at that, with travellers stopping to explore and grab a bit to eat while mingling with locals. The Catching Pen Cafe, winners of the Lower North Island regional people’s choice award as part of the 2017 Meadow Fresh New Zealand Café of the

Year Awards, is also fairly new on the scene. With an eclectic array of businesses offering everything from designer clothes, jewellery and cosmetics to beautiful gifts or items for the home, it’s not surprising that more people are choosing Dannevirke as their ‘one-stop’ place to shop. In addition to essentials like groceries there are fashion and gift stores to browse, a gallery, op shops to seek a bargain, a florist, fruit and vegetables, pet care and rural and farm service providers. Home to some of the best cafes and restaurants in the region, there is no shortage of places to relax and enjoy a delicious coffee or meal; whether you prefer traditional cafe style food, a pub lunch or something more exotic such as Indian, Vietnamese or Sushi - Dannevirke is the perfect destination for some ‘retail therapy’ and wonderful food.

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hopping in its widest context embraces a huge range of goods and services. One area often overlooked is shopping for the garden be it vegetable seedlings, fruit trees, lawn seed, mulch, flowers, tools or bits and pieces for a landscaping project. The last decade or so has seen a huge increase in the range of stock in many garden centres and many also sell a wide range of gifts and homewares. It’s becoming increasingly popular for cafes to set up within garden centres so customers can linger over a coffee while enjoying the relaxed atmosphere surrounded by all things green. Another concept gaining popularity is an on-site florist for that last minute floral gift, perhaps a personal treat or for that all important wedding. Chain stores offer a huge selection of annuals, perennials, herbs, pots and sculptures, water features, bird baths, along with pavers, netting, bark, compost and so on. Associated products

on-site like tools, sprays and seeds are usually available making them a one stop shop. For aspiring gardeners who lack knowledge staff are often only too pleased to give advice on a range of gardening topics. Many chain stores also have plenty of advice and ‘how to’ guides available in-store and on-line. Several nurseries specialize in specific products such as Tree Guys in Otane who stock a wide range of native shrubs and plants and in Clive there’s an outlet dedicated to selling Palm trees. There’s also a local nursery open to the public that has a thriving internet based business and another that only sells organic seedlings. While many of us hunker down for winter, late summer is a good time to think about, and start planning which winter vegetables to grow. It’s also time to think about sprucing up the back yard so it’s all fresh and ready for use when spring arrives. From new garden furniture, to fences, trellis and pavers

there’s a wonderful range of products to inspire. There are plenty of landscape gardeners, tree surgeons and trades people available to assist with design and construction. Don’t forget ‘shopping’ for people to cut and condition your lawn, along with regular section maintenance.

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