Visitor Guide

The Official Hawke’s Bay Visitor Guide is produced every year to help you make the most of your visit to Hawke’s Bay.

Hawke's Bay Trails Guide

The Hawke's Bay Trails are made up of three national cycle trails linked together across 200+kms, providing a safe and not too strenuous way to cruise the coast or wobble your way around the wineries.  Read more...

Hawke's Bay Food & Dining Guide

Discover the best of authentic Hawke's Bay regional cuisine and world class wine. The Hawke's Bay Food & Dining Guide brochure lists the best places to eat and drink. Read more...

Hawke's Bay Winery Guide

With over 100 vineyards and 80 wineries, many with cellar doors and restaurants, visitors to Hawke’s Bay will encounter the regions wonderful wine at some stage of their visit. Read more...

Hawke's Bay Ahuriri Guide

The 2013 Ahuriri Guide is hot off the press. Pick up your copy from Napier i-SITE, Hawke’s Bay Airport or at a local Ahuriri business. Just five minutes drive from Napier’s central business district you can discover an area steeped in history, but with a contemporary edge. Read more...

Visitor Guide 2014

Welcome to Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. The best features of a New Zealand holiday can be enjoyed in Hawke's Bay. There is something for every person, and every budget, and the sunshine, setting and scenery are free. Read more...

Hawke's Bay Art Guide

Meet some of Hawke's Bay's most prolific artists in person, and take a glimpse behind the scenes into their studios and workshops. Choose your own trail through links to Google Maps and discover more detail about listed artists, galleries and studios. Read more...

Classic New Zealand Wine Trail Map

Three major wine producing regions, a capital city, rural towns and coastal waterways combine to create the Classic New Zealand Wine Trail. Taste your way through Hawke's Bay, Wairarapa, Wellington and Marlborough - a journey that takes you through regions accounting for more than 80% of New Zealand's wine production. Read more...