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Zoo Exhibit
“Lovely nature preserve where you can feed some of the resident creatures or go on a night-time kiwi watching experience. ”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 32 lokal
Parke
“Department of Conservation have tours to Kapiti Island. It is worth a trip if you have a day to spare. The Waikanae library has excellent information”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 16 na lokal
Museum
“Even if you are not a car enthusiast, this place is a must see! There is a lovely cafe there on-site too for refreshements.”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 24 na lokal
Natural Feature
“Kapiti Island is an island about 5 km off the west coast of the lower North Island of New Zealand. It is 10 kilometres long, running southwest/northeast, and roughly 2 kilometres wide, being more or less rectangular in shape, and has an area of 19.65 km²”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 12 lokal
Nature
“Wonderful location to visit the National Wildlife Centre in New Zealand. There is a gorgeous white Kiwi here, plus so many other birds and eels, well worth a visit”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 19 na lokal
Restawran
“Great local cafe and restaurant that uses local, in season produce and most of the vegetables on their menu is grown on the premises, out the back. Can't go wrong with the smashed avo on sourdough! Located at Waikanae Beach, which is a pleasant cycle from Paraparaumu Beach via cycle trail - ask us for more info.”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 22 lokal
Sinehan
“Great food, coffee, fully licensed. great variety of drama, arthouse, childrens holiday and new release movies. 3 intimate cinemas with luxury seating.”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 19 na lokal
Trail
“Amazing views of the Kapiti Coast and all the way to the South Island on a good day. It's a steep (lots of steps both up and down) 10km walk from Paekakariki to Pukerua Bay (or vice versa) - moderate level of fitness required. I would recommend walking from Pukerua Bay to Paekakariki, so that you can enjoy a bite to eat at one of the great cafes in Paekakariki. You can walk in either direction and catch the train back to your car, or to wherever you are going.”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 22 lokal
Parke
“This vast park is scenic to say the least. Track, picnic by the beach, horse ride, tramp ride...your choice!”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 16 na lokal
Panaderya
“This is my favorite local cafe , great coffee, amazing food - always busy so there's sometimes a wait but it's worth it if you have time. Oh and did I mention Creme Brulee Donuts? NOTE- CLOSED SUNDAYS”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 17 lokal
Museum
“Cobblestones Museum & Early Settlers Village is a fascinating heritage venue for all ages!”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 16 na lokal
Zoo
“A short drive, and you will be able to enjoy the day at another favourite wildlife reserve. Spend the whole day there just appreciating the natural habitat whilst enjoying a picnic.”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 13 lokal
Campground
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  • Inirerekomenda ng 5 lokal
Cafe
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“About 15kms drive, but worth it. Top food in a beautiful country setting. Coffee and cake or a fully licenced fireside dinner, white tablecloths, roses and candles. ”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 8 lokal
Cafe
“Sunshine and Romantic sunsets. Outdoor dining on calm nights. Indoor cosy dining. Laid back vibe. Also takeaway pizzas. Friendly people.”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 16 na lokal
Galerya ng Sining
“A local museum showcasing local NZ art & craft and the history of the region.”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 13 lokal

Mga nangungunang restawran

Parke
“Department of Conservation have tours to Kapiti Island. It is worth a trip if you have a day to spare. The Waikanae library has excellent information”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 16 na lokal
Restawran
“Great local cafe and restaurant that uses local, in season produce and most of the vegetables on their menu is grown on the premises, out the back. Can't go wrong with the smashed avo on sourdough! Located at Waikanae Beach, which is a pleasant cycle from Paraparaumu Beach via cycle trail - ask us for more info.”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 22 lokal
Cafe
“About 15kms drive, but worth it. Top food in a beautiful country setting. Coffee and cake or a fully licenced fireside dinner, white tablecloths, roses and candles. ”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 8 lokal
Restawran
“relax in a very comfortable new movie theater whilst sipping on a coffee/wine, there is also a fabulous menu.”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 12 lokal
Hotel Bar
“For great dinning or a drink on the deck in summer or beside the roaring fire in winter. ”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 14 na lokal
Cafe
“The Front Room has a relaxed atmosphere with a modern interior and provides great food and service for small to large groups. Brunch is available from 9-3pm and lunch from 11:30-3pm. Dinner is from 5:30pm till late. ”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 14 na lokal
Restawran
“A Greytown institution, for years locals have been enjoying their hearty Tapa’s menu.”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 10 lokal
BBQ Joint
“Local eatery which boasts its own brews. Some days, live performances can be enjoyed there.”
  • Inirerekomenda ng 13 lokal

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