Taniwha Daffodils

Taniwha Daffodils can be seen alongside State Highway 2, with drifts of daffodils marking the roadside. This gorgeous site can be seen with the backdrop of the snow covered Ruahine Ranges in the distance. Come to pick, walk, ponder or picnic!

Once again the Mabin family will open their gates to the public for the annual Taniwha Daffodil display this September. The event marks the start of spring in Central Hawke’s Bay and visitors will be treated to many hundreds of Daffodil varieties in bloom in their 20 acre, park-like setting.

The much anticipated dates for this years season are; Thursday 1st September - Friday 30th September, season dependent, 7 days a week, all daylight hours.


Taniwha Daffodils is located on State highway 2, ten minutes south of Waipukurau or approximately a one hour drive from Napier or Hastings.  Travellers can look out for signs and drifts of daffodils by the roadside to direct traffic to the venue.

Families, groups, visitors and garden enthusiasts are welcome to come and wander through the daffodils, picnic, enjoy the sunshine and fresh air or pick up a coffee and snack from the ‘Coffee Shed’.  This year attendees will also be treated to sculptures on display from Darryl Grant and Glen Colechin.

Entry is free and Daffodils are $5 for 30 stems or pre picked bunches are often on sale for between $7.50 and $10. Cash is preferred but eftpos will be available (signal dependent) and buckets are provided for picking.

Once again proceeds will be donated to Central Hawke’s Bay Plunket.

Bookings for large groups are essential - please contact Esther Mabin. (06) 855 8369 / (027) 227 7230 or esthermabin@gmail.com


Details

Rates

$5 for 30 stems

Opening Times

Friday 28th August to Wednesday 30th September, season dependent.
7 days a week, all daylight hours

Call Us

P 06 855 8369

Location

3550 State Highway 2

Takapau


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Taniwha Daffodils

Taniwha Daffodils are now open until Friday 30th September.

This years daffodils will peak mid-late September, but there are plenty of blooms about now.

Easily found and well sign posted, Taniwha Daffodils can be seen alongside State highway 2, with drifts of daffodils marking the roadside. This gorgeous site can be seen with the backdrop of the snow covered Ruahine Ranges in the distance.

Entry is free. Daffodils are available for picking, proceeds from the sale of these go to our chosen charity - Plunket.
Enjoy the display of many hundreds of daffodil varieties, planted in a 20 acre park-like setting, amongst mature trees and ponds.