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Contents Havelock North Business Association...Inside Front Cover

MYLK Food Store .....................22

Contents .....................................2

Hastings City Art Gallery ...........23

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Simon Cartwright Photography 24

Hawke’s Bay Destinations ..........3

Ten Twenty Four........................25

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Just being here is amazing .......26

Taste Hawke’s Bay .....................6 Thai Chef’s Restaurant................6

Havelock North Love the Village .....................28

Habitat on the Quay....................7

Havelock North .........................30


Namaskar .................................30

Sol Cafē ......................................8

Village Green Cafe ....................31

The Speight’s Ale House.............9

Origin Earth ...............................32

Publishing World Ltd.................10

Chalk n Cheese Cafe ................33

Quay Gallery .............................11

Lolita .........................................34

Napier .......................................12

Salsa Fashion Boutique ............35

The Battle Cave ........................12

Papillon .....................................36

Art Deco Trust...........................13

Andrea’s Hair and Beauty .........37

Amor Beauty Therapy...............14

David Trubridge.........................38

Brocante ...................................15

Unio Goldsmith .........................39

Classic Sheepskins...................16

John Miles Photography ...........40

Wallace Cotton .........................16

Arataki Honey ...........................41

OOMA ......................................17

Gannet Beach Adventures .......42

Beija Flor ...................................17

Showcase Magazines...............43

Creative Arts Napier ..................18

Electric Turtle Design ................43

Boyd-Dunlop Gallery ................19

Cape Kidnappers......................44

Welcome to Hastings ...............20

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Harcourts Hastings City Night Market ..........................20

Wine Country ............................47

Pekapeka Wetlands..................23

Parlour Projects ........................21

Where paradise meets it’s own boundaries ............................48

Bay Espresso............................22

Millhills Lodge.............Back Cover

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Taste Hawke’s Bay Hawke’s Bay is popular as an all year-round destination with great things to see and do, places to stay, amazing food, wine, beaches and wildlife. The point of difference with Hawke’s Bay is the diversity of produce and industry, also it’s close proximity of supporting rural communities. The fertile region produces quality beef and lamb as well as horticultural produce to a very high standard of excellence. Regarded as the ‘fruit bowl’ capital with a wide range of fresh produce locally grown throughout the year; including grapes, asparagus, strawberries, apples, pears, apricots, peaches, nectarines and olives. The region is New Zealand’s largest apple, pear and stone fruit producer, with many of these goods being sent through the Port of Napier for export. The area enjoys some of the highest sunshine hours in New Zealand, which makes it ideal for grape growing and wine production, where a number of the oldest wineries and wine-making establishments are located. Taste Hawke’s Bay and experience the vibrant cafe scene and quality restaurants within the adjoining cities of Napier and Hastings.


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Ahuriri Just five minutes drive from Napier’s central business district, Ahuriri is an area steeped in history. Overlooking the ocean, it’s a platform bustling with activity. In the historic fishing village of Ahuriri, apartments sit alongside little rustic fishermen’s cottages, industrial warehouses and woolstores with distinctive ‘saw-tooth’ rooflines. Enjoy the area’s rich cultural history, heritage trail and check out world-class of Art Deco architecture along the way. unique mix of boutique shops, you can artwork, or relax at the cafés and bars.


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Whether it’s for one day or a long holiday, Ahuriri is the place to relax. Wander along the seaside boardwalk, taking in the panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean. Along the way you’ll see kids fishing, boats unloading their catch, runners enjoying the invigorating sea air and swimmers or the occasional surfer making the most of the waves. The estuary has an abundance of protected bird life and the nearby cycle tracks provide fun and fitness for all.

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Napier A classic memorabilia of historical events blended in a modern city which embraces tourism and visitors from all around the globe. Idyllic in contemporary style with a mix of historical Art Deco buildings and attractions, this seaside city has a plethora of sights to see. On Marine Parade a meandering pathway travels alongside the ocean where you can discover various parks, gardens and memorials.

Bluff Hill is a Napier landmark, providing 360 degree views from the ocean to the Kaweka Ranges. Overlooking the city and the Port of Napier, you can look out to Ahuriri, Westshore, Bay View, Whirinaki, Taradale, Clive, Hastings and Havelock North.

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Creative Arts Napier www.thecan.co.nz Creative Arts Napier is dedicated to enriching and enhancing the creative spirit of Napier through its support of local emerging and established artists of all genres. The CAN building started life in the 1880’s as Napier’s original Borough Council Chambers. Following its latest refurbishment, CAN was opened as Napier’s Community Arts Centre in December 2014.

The CAN is located at 16 Byron Street, behind Te Pania Hotel, not far from Marine Parade, the Museum, the Art Deco Shop and Napier’s i-SITE, putting it firmly in the area recently designated as Napier’s Arts and Culture Hub.

The two beautiful galleries change their exhibitions every 2 to 4 weeks and feature mainly local artists and some national exhibitions — ensuring there is always something fresh to see. Creative Arts Napier holds several special events throughout the year including children’s holiday workshops, adult’s painting classes, concerts and performances, and offers for sale a wide selection of local artists work. CAN encourages community participation in the arts and often holds interactive exhibitions to encourage the public to engage with the space. The annual Secrets and Treasures Exhibition features an eclectic mix of art works created from matchboxes and attracts entries from the very young to the not so young.

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Welcome to Hastings www.hastingscity.co.nz Our wide spacious boulevards and central plaza feature beautiful artwork and extraordinary bursts of flowers. With its distinctive Spanish Mission architecture and picturesque boulevards, Hastings City is developing a reputation as a stimulating shopping destination within the rural heartland of Hawke’s Bay. Hastings offers a mixture of chain shops and award winning independent retailers. The Hastings City Business Association includes over 440 businesses. From October through to April, night life in Hastings takes on a new flavour with the seasonal opening of the weekly Hastings City Night Market. Located in Albert Square, this event is a coming together of local colour including artists, artisans, musicians and an abundance of fresh produce. It offers an exciting mix of ethnic street food, perfect for grabbing dinner on the fly, rounding off an evening of shopping or fuelling up pre cinema. The Night Market makes for a fabulous night out for the whole family, with non-stop free entertainment, sights, scents and flavours.


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Pekapeka Wetlands Renowned for it’s protected bird species and with over 82 species of plants, Pekapeka Wetlands is located 10kms South of Hastings. Pekapeka is one of the few remaining large wetlands of its type (palustrine) in Hawke’s Bay. It has a high biodiversity value and is ranked as the second most valuable wetland, ecologically, in Hawke’s Bay by the Department of Conservation. The wetland has substantial cultural significance and since 1997, Pekapeka Wetland has had waahi tapu status under the Historic Places Act 1993. Pekapeka is a remnant of a much larger wetland complex and today covers 98 hectares of area. Tree roots have been found beneath the peat that suggests the wetland was once forested more than 10,000 years ago. The wetland is 4.5km long, only 800m wide at its widest point but the perimeter is 11.3km. For many years Pekapeka was used as an illegal dump and amongst other things the site has the remains of the demolished Pacific and Mayfair Hotels! Some of the rubble and reinforcing rods have been purposely left exposed to serve as a stark reminder of how we have treated wetlands in the past. The origin of the name Pekapeka is not known, but here are some possibilities to ponder: Pekapeka can be a nocturnal bat, known to roost in caves in the area, it could be a toy windmill made of flax leaf, a greenstone ornament, the lateral arm of a fish spreader or of a catching spear, a hook for hanging a spear, or a plant, a plait of flax string, even a carpet shark or a starfish. The odour (hydrogen sulphide) emitted from wetlands in the height of summer is actually a positive in an environmental sense and occurs when nutrient, in the form of gases, are being released from the wetland biomass into the atmosphere as opposed to staying in the waterway. Pekapeka is closed to the public in the first weekend of May each year for game bird shooting. In return the shooters have provided great assistance with the enhancement work. When you visit the Pekapeka Wetlands please note; there are no toilets and it would be appreciated if all visitors take their rubbish away. Publishing World Ltd


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Havelock North www.havelocknorthnz.com Havelock North is a blend of old England, rural New Zealand and 21st Century cosmopolitan flair and colour. Known locally as ‘The Village’, Havelock North has retained its ‘village’ character and strong sense of community while growing and becoming part of the wider district of Hastings in the province of Hawke’s Bay. “The Village” is now one of Hawke’s Bay’s premier attractions with its boutique shopping, cafe culture and unique village atmosphere. It is the gateway to some of the best wineries in New Zealand and a 10-minute drive takes you to the Te Mata Peak lookout with 360-degree views over limestone cliffs and across the Heretaunga Plains. On a clear day, especially in winter, Mt. Ruapehu can be seen over the Ruahine Ranges. People since the 1860’s have ventured to the area for the beautiful landscape, the fertile plains, the rivers, the ocean, the lifestyle and for the various business opportunities that the district provides. Havelock North’s reputation is simply divine, with gourmet stores, café’s and restaurants showcasing some of Hawke’s Bay’s finest produce and wines.

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Papillon www.papillonclothing.co.nz Papillon boutique is the destination for the very best in premier New Zealand and international labels including Trelise Cooper, Zambesi, Company of Strangers, Nyne, Kowtow, Euphoria, Lela Jacobs, Jimmy D, Maaike, World, Miss Wilson shoes and much, much more. Located in the picturesque Havelock North Village; Papillon has become synonymous with en trende and chic designs, sourcing the very highest quality in fashion labels from around the world. At Papillon, we focus on timeless fashion, in sizes 8-24. You can build your complete new wardrobe from the basic essentials, to those luxurious special items. To complement your new look, we carry a wide range of accessories from handbags to the very latest in Miss Wilson shoes. You can now shop online with Papillon at home. Visit us at www.papillonclothing.co.nz and we will have your order dispatched to you. Keep up-to date with all the latest trends and in-store news on Facebook, like us at www.facebook.com/papillonclothing.

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Andrea’s is the knowledge home of Hawke’s Bay’s beauty therapy. A place you have all the answers to everything hairdressing and beauty therapy. Professional skin care and treatments, electrolysis, IPL for pigmentation, hair removal, manicures and pedicures, make up for every occasion and a hair style to make you look and feel your absolute best.

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Visit our Showroom Step into the David Trubridge design studio which exports internationally to over 400 design stores. Based in the small village of Whakatu, close to wineries and cafes. Monday - Friday (9am-5pm) 06 650 0204 2 Groome Place davidtrubridge.com 38 Showcase Hawke’s Bay

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Unio Goldsmith www.unio.co.nz UNIO Goldsmith and Gallery, situated in the centre of Havelock North, is dedicated to offering the best in design, craftsmanship and service - regardless of your budget. Designer and Goldsmith Bruce Jackson has over 30 year’s international experience. Trained as a diamond mounter in the UK he has produced work for several leading Jewellery Houses and has been a finalist in several Jewellery and Pearl Design Awards, also completing a Jewellery Design Diploma. “My design philosophy is elegant simplicity” says Bruce “I am interested in design that is totally wearable and will appeal to someone who appreciates style and quality”. UNIO specializes in unique and contemporary wedding and engagement rings and with the studio on-site they can repair, alter or remodel your existing pieces of well loved and precious jewellery to the highest standard, transforming them into future heirloom pieces. They can offer you a fully bespoke design service from the initial design concept and stone selection and will work closely with you to design and make a completely unique piece of jewellery tailored to your individual style and budget. The Gallery produces the ADORN Range of jewellery for designer David Trubridge and also represents a number of talented Hawke’s Bay jewellers and stone carvers, producing beautiful contemporary jewellery, jade pendants and small sculptures So if it’s a Platinum and Diamond ring or a truly unique souvenir of your visit to Hawke’s Bays Wine Country capital, pop into UNIO Goldsmith & Gallery, directly opposite the Village Info and see the range of handcrafted jewellery on display.

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Arataki Honey www.aratakihoneyhb.co.nz In 1944 Percy Berry bought nine acres in Arataki Road, Havelock North. With his son Ian, Percy registered Arataki Apiaries Ltd and turned his family beekeeping enterprise into a commercial venture which began a journey that resulted in the Arataki Honey we know and love today. Today Arataki Honey is the number one beekeeping business in the Southern Hemisphere, with 20,000 hives across New Zealand. Come and see us at Arataki Honey Visitor Centre, Havelock North, Hawke’s Bay. Discover all about honey and meet the bees that make it in our interactive, fun and informative honey bee centre. Visitors can learn about the world of the honey bee, how they live, their role in the food chain and the wonderful products they produce. Study our honeybees in our large glass observation hives. Dress up as a beekeeper or a bee and see through the eyes of a bee. Whether visiting as an individual, a family, or as part of a group, there’s plenty to explore, lots to do and entry is free. After exploring the discovery zone and tasting the honey, visit our enticing honey and gift shop where you can select from our different types of honey, choose gifts, or pamper yourself with the healthy and healing products from the honey bee. Our UMF (Unique Manuka factor) rated Manuka honey is independently tested by approved laboratories and certified accordingly. Arataki Honey - 100% pure New Zealand honey.

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Gannet Beach Adventures www.gannets.com “Where else in the world can you jump on the back of a trailer and get towed along the beach by a 1949 Minneapolis-Moline tractor to a bird colony?” Established in 1952, Gannet Beach Adventures has a long history of providing tours on a spectacular stretch of the Hawke’s Bay coastline, from Clifton to Cape Kidnappers. This unique, fun eco-experience tour involves travel with local experienced guides by vintage tractors and trailers on a comfortable four-hour adventure to the largest mainland gannet colony in the world. Departing on the days’ low tide, visitors travel by tractor and trailer along the majestically rugged coastline. Photographic opportunities abound as stops are made throughout the journey giving visitors an insight into how nature’s forces have shaped this amazing area. Travelling through the Black Reef colony (one of two colonies we visit) visitors can almost touch the gannets in their natural environment, without even stepping off the trailer. It was at this site in 1769 local Maori kidnapped a crew member off Captain Cook’s ship The Endeavour, the incident from which Cape Kidnappers gets its name.

Continuing onto the Cape itself, an approximate 90 minute break enables visitors’ ample time to picnic, swim, or enjoy a scenic walk to the Plateau colony. Stunning views across Hawke’s Bay from the top of the Cape grace many a visitor’s photo album. Depending on the time of the season, visitors can witness new-born chicks, through to 4-month old gannets preparing for their first ever flight, which will take them all the way to Australia. Our season runs from end of September to the end of April and is suitable for all age groups with moderate fitness levels – ideal for families, schools, club get-togethers, social outings, or corporate groups. More FUN than you ever imagined!

Book directly through our website www.gannets.com

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Cape Kidnappers www.capekidnappers.com Residents of Hawke’s Bay are very familiar with Cape Kidnappers. To the locals, it is an actual landform unto itself, a triangular headland where eight kilometres of white cliffs jut out into the Pacific Ocean. The name dates back to Captain James Cook… almost 250 years ago in 1769. For the many visitors to Hawke’s Bay each year, Cape Kidnappers is known more recently, as the home of an exquisite luxury lodge and one of the greatest golf courses in the world. Built by philanthropists Julian and Josie Robertson, Cape Kidnappers golf course opened in 2004 to worldwide acclaim. Its minimalist, rugged Tom Doak design is currently ranked #16 in the world. Part of the prestigious Relais and Chateaux collection of properties, Cape Kidnappers is a world class luxury lodge, recently named one of the ‘Top 50 Hotels in the World’. Whilst improvements have been made to this 6,000 acre plus property over the past ten years, the vast majority of the land has held true to its roots, still operating as a working farm. Sheep and cattle roam free on many areas of the property, and other wildlife is abundant thanks to significant contributions by the Robertsons and adjoining land owners. Aside from sheep and cattle, the property boasts an eight kilometre predator proof fence, inside of which is the endangered Brown Teal Duck, several rare birds, and the precious North Island Brown Kiwi… the national symbol of New Zealand. If that wasn’t enough, Cape Kidnappers is also home to the largest, most accessible Gannet colony in the world.

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Wine Country Hawke’s Bay is New Zealand’s oldest and second largest wine region with beginnings in 1851. It is the largest premium red wine producing region in the country with over 80% of the national vintage for both Cabernet Merlot and Syrah. Chardonnay and Cabernet Merlot varieties make up 50% of the total annual vintage. Approximately 50% of the vintage is white wine and 50% red wine. Located at 39.4° South (the same as Madrid in the North), Hawke’s Bay is one of the hottest and sunniest areas of New Zealand. A maritime climate, free draining soil types with natural low fertility, prevailing hot dry north

westerly winds, low rainfall and a long growing season provide for a range of vineyard sites suitable for a diversity of varieties. Over 25 different soil types make up the 4,947 wine producing hectares in Hawke’s Bay. Combining new world fruit flavours with old world structure, Hawke’s Bay red wines are unique and elegant. Competitive in quality to world class red wines everywhere and competitive in price against the ultra-premium wines of the world. History, consistency, diversity and innovation continue to provide the foundation for Hawke’s Bay’s reputation as a quality producer of world class wines.

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