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Northland stretches from north of Wellsford to Cape Rēinga and has a rich history of both Māori and early European settlement. It has some of the mildest climate in New Zealand and is often referred to as the winterless north. This unique climate contributes significantly to the horticulture of New Zealand, as many things grow here that won't grow in cooler parts of the country.

Northland is a popular tourist destination and has a growing local population. Most of the small towns have a number of cafés with locally roasted coffee. The Bay of Islands is known for its big-game fishing but also local offshore fishing. The local oysters are gaining a national reputation. Citrus and avocado are found everywhere, and Kerikeri oranges have a national reputation. The first grape vine in New Zealand was planted in Kerikeri, and there are a number of excellent vineyard restaurants in the region. 

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  • 8.30am – 12.00pm
We are growers and producers from all over Northland and our market has been providing locals and…
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  • 1.00pm – 4.00pm
We are growers and producers from all over Northland and our market has been providing locals and…
  • 568 Pokapu Road
  • Kawakawa
Farm Fresh Full Cream Jersey Milk in a Swap-a-Glass Bottle
  • 18 Cooper Rd
  • Whangarei
Four years ago the NZ Tamarillo Cooperative Ltd was formed with ten local growers to produce the…
  • Orongo Bay
  • Northland
Our oysters are harvested and sorted by hand by our on-water farm crew. Immediately graded for size…
  • 150 Broadway
  • Kaikohe
MINT CAFÉ/RESTAURANT AT LEFT BANK. Located conveniently at mid-point of the Twin Coast Cycle Trail
  • 137 Waterfront Road
  • Mangōnui
Eat locally caught fish landed at Mangōnui Wharf by local fisherman while the ocean waves roll…
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