Kerikeri Accommodation Bay of Islands Northland NZ
Wharepuke is a holiday destination with cottage motel accommodation, cafe/restaurant, art gallery and nontoxic print studio all nestled in large lush subtropical gardens just 1km from the centre of Kerikeri in the Bay of Islands Northland NZ- Kerikeri Map
Wharepuke Motel Bay of Islands New Zealand
Kerikeri Accommodation. At Wharepuke we have 5 stylish one bedroom self catering eco cottages. Our family run Kerikeri Motel is in a quiet location on the Stone Store Hill. The cottages are set in a lush award winning subtropical garden. NZ history and culture and river walks with waterfalls are just an easy walk from Wharepuke Subtropical Accommodation Kerikeri more info
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Kerikeri Restaurant Bay of Islands
The onsite cafe and restaurant FOOD at Wharepuke offers a Modern European/Thai Fusion style menu made with fresh local ingredients. Awarded “Northland Cafe of the Year “our Kerikeri restaurant is fully licensed. FOOD is open to our Kerikeri accommodation guests and the general public
Wharepuke Subtropical Garden NZ
Our self contained accommodation cottages are nestled in 5 acres of subtropical garden awarded “Garden of Significance”NZGT. Join Robin Booth on one of his interactive garden tours or wander on your own through established gardens viewing rare and unusual plants, many not seen elsewhere in New Zealand Garden Tours.
The gardens are open to the public and free to wander. Open 7 days. Dawn to dusk.
Art at Wharepuke
A purpose built Art Gallery exhibiting mostly International printmaking or works on paper but also some exceptional works in other media. A changing exhibition space of solo or group shows, museum shows, and international open submissions.
Open 7 days 9am-5pm. Free entry
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Our Kerikeri accommodation showcase fine art prints and paintings by resident artist Mark Graver who has his work in numerous collections both public and private around the world.