When Winter sweeps in and the sun loses its punch, Hawke’s Bay proves there’s no need to hibernate.
Lush green landscape has emerged in response to the season's rainfall, and blue skies beckon the keen adventurer to rug up, head out and uncover mother nature’s best. Roaring fires are lit as dining becomes best enjoyed indoors, and the local arts scene is waiting to be explored at the art galleries hidden in quaint laneways.
The season’s event schedule heats up as Hawke’s Bay’s produce and world-class wine is showcased at Winter F.A.W.C! Food and Wine Classic, and Winter Deco offers an indulgent excuse to escape into Hawke’s Bay’s warm embrace.
When Winter sweeps in and the sun loses its punch, Hawke’s Bay proves there’s no need to hibernate.Read more
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Originating in Europe, in the early 20th century the Art Deco style became widely known following the great Exposition de Arts Moderness Decoratifs et Industriels held in Paris in 1925 and from which its name was ultimately derived.Read more
Boasting over 2,200 hours of sunshine a year, Napier’s Mediterranean climate means that it is a great place to visit year-round.Read more