You’re in a South Island town with stunning and renowned limestone Victorian architecture. Yes, it’s that classic Oamaru stone, creamy white stone no less, grand and prominent on many of the buildings in the historic precinct. You’d be forgiven for believing that perhaps you’d gone back in time - through a time machine seeing yesteryears, today, right in front of your eyes.Read More
A drive through the country roads of the Wairarapa leads you to Martinborough. It’s a gorgeous little town famous for vineyards, and most of them within walking or cycling distance of the village square.
And a delightful village square it is, with a grassed and tree area, the town’s offical war memorial and roads radiating off it. Start at Memorial Square with a delicious Wairarapa picnic, of local food and wine, if you like….