Have your photo taken with
Eketahuna’s Famous Giant White Kiwi OR Our Famous War Memorial
Come and play 18 holes at our magnificent Golf Course
Check Out Eketahuna’s 3D artwork created by local artist Mark Watson, the art reflects the bush where the kiwi would be found. 3D glasses to enjoy the artwork can be purchased from the nearby information centre for $2.
You can also visit the Eketahuna Domain on Alfredton Rd, where many famous players have enjoyed a rugby game or two.
Or picnic on the lawn at the Community Centre in Haswell St or the Playground on Bridge St.
Eketahuna Solar Pool is also a great place in summer.
Then we have Ryli’s Kiwi Kai and the Eketahuna Inn who will look after you for your important evening meals.
And if you require snacks or groceries call into 4 Square or Gas Eketahuna.
Award Winning Eketahuna Camping Ground
Get back into nature and stay at the Eketahuna Camp, set alongside the banks of the Makakahi River and surrounded by trees and bush it is the place to be, fishing and swimming on your doorstep. Then walk along the spectacular Cliff Walk intoEketahuna’s Town Center
A special monument to honour some of our fallen soldiers
W.A. Miller Scenic Reserve is approximately 8.5 km south of Eketahuna on State Highway 2, just south of the Anzac Bridge. You can stop for a picnic or you might like an easy walk, of approximately 20 minutes, passing through the bush returning to the rest area.
Mount Bruce Lookout Walk
The Mt. Bruce Lookout walk can be accessed through the Pukaha Mt Bruce Visitor Centre (please note there is a charge to enter the park, see Pukaha Mt Bruce Wildlife Park below).
Allow an hour to reach the lookout where you will have a magnificent view of the surrounding area. This track is quite steep in places and good walking shoes are advisable and perhaps a drink. There are also other walking tracks in the Pukaha Mt Bruce Centre.
Check out Pukaha Mt Bruce: www.pukaha.org.nz/
Newman Domain is a lovely peaceful spot by the Makakahi River with a large grass area, bush and trees, ideal for picnics and swimming. Visit by prior arrangement, due to stock grazing.
Directions: North from Eketahuna, turn right down Higginson’s Road. Go to the end of this road where there is a gate, through the gate on the right is the entrance.
Eketahuna also has some amazingly talented artists
Mark Dimock Art Gallery
Rev Gallery Mark Watson 021 1468984
This is just one of Mark Watson’s many projects around town.
Plus, there are many more talented artists, call into the Eketahuna Information Centre for more details.