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Saturday 18 November 02:00pm

Introducing Karahui's delightful new tap room, where you can savour beer tasting flights from their good friends at Waitoa Road Haitaitai. Waitoa crafts bold, daring, and incredibly flavourful beers. Tastings will be ...

Sunday 19 November 09:30am

Embark on a journey to elevate your Toast Sunday morning and join us for an exceptional Bubbles & High Brunch experience at Martinborough's all-time favourite gin room just off the square.

Gather your crew nice ...

Sunday 19 November 10:00am

Explore the beautiful but challenging Tararua Ranges from the Mangatarere Valley road-end. Not for tramping beginners.

Members of the South Wairarapa Tramping Club will lead this trip.

Cross the upper reaches of ...

Sunday 19 November 11:00am

Outdoor Market of arts and crafts, artisan products, upcycled, recycled, food, coffee, BBQ sausage sizzle and much more.
All proceeds from running the Market go to the Greytown Trails Trust for the maintenance of, and ...

Sunday 19 November 11:00am

Bring your friendly dog on a walk on the Kiriwhakapapa historic mill track at the edge of the Tararua Range. The track consists of one big climb to the saddle or you can take the alternate shorter and flatter route.

Sunday 19 November 11:00am

Double Edge Sword aims to communicate ideas on human drive and desire related to the human condition, the connection to self-preservation and survival and how they can be both a benefit and liability.

These works are ...

Sunday 19 November 11:00am

Ask anyone to define ‘sculpture’ and they will inevitably tell you it is three-dimensional and made of stone, metal, clay or wood – carved, cast or modelled.

Today sculptors use an enlarged range of materials, ...

Sunday 19 November 11:00am

In iTaukei (Indigenous Fijian) culture the head and hair symbolize mana and connection to the spiritual realm. In this exhibition Natasha Ratuva presents masi artworks that reinterpret traditional patterns from Fijian ...