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Best things to do in Waimarama

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Point of Interest
“Summer activity, out the back of Havelock North, a good swimming spot and beautiful falls. I find the water is always a little cold for me, but my teens love jumping off the top of the falls. It is a very pretty short pathway walk to the falls. ”
10 locals recommend
Surf Spot
“Just beautiful, never crowded, has surf patrol in summer, great for a long walk”
3 locals recommend
“Only a 10 minute drive down the road toward Havelock North, just before crossing the Tuki Tuki River. Great coffee and baked treats. You can take your own mug if you like. A favorite hangout for locals.”
5 locals recommend
“Great beach for walking, safe swimming, surfing and sunbathing. Stunning location. Only 20 mins drive from Tui Paradise property.”
16 locals recommend
“Great sand beach if you want to explore the southern beaches a little further away. There is a shop there.”
12 locals recommend
1 local recommends
Natural Feature
“For the enthusiastic walker this is a GREAT walk with lots of rock pools, boulders and magnificent , secluded island..”
1 local recommends
“Stunning sandy beach. Perfect for long walks, swimming, surfing and fishing. ”
1 local recommends
Coffee Shop
“Our neighbourhood meeting place where delicious coffee, savoury and sweet treats.”
1 local recommends
Postal Town
“If you are looking for relaxed morning shopping and perhaps a coffee and a bit to eat, the Havelock North township provides just the spot. Somewhere we have commended to a number of guests, Havelock North provides a relaxing, up-market feel and with Te Mata Peak only a short drive away.”
1 local recommends
“The all round super store supplies all your holiday needs: take away's, coffee, petrol, liquor, BBQ gas, fishing gear,....”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“About 30mins out of Havelock North this local beach is manned by Lifeguards all summer and offers some amazing views on the drive out.”
1 local recommends
“For the best views of the river and the Tukituki Valley area, head to the Te Pata Peak lookout. Not only is it the best way to see the river, it's also one of the best views in Hawke's Bay fullstop.”
2 locals recommend