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About Hastings

Hastings is known as the 'fruit bowl' of New Zealand and is home to a multitude of orchards, wineries and beautifully landscaped parks and gardens which flourish in the Hawke's Bay climate. Hastings is a showcase for fine examples of Spanish Mission-style architecture, largely built after the 1931 Hawke's Bay earthquake. Hastings is an ideal base to explore and enjoy Hawke's Bay's wine country attractions.

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Hastings Attractions

Hastings, is one of the sunniest areas of New Zealand. Hastings New Zealand is sheltered by ranges to the west which open up to reveal fertile rolling plains stretching all the way to pristine beaches along the coast.

Hugging the coastline of the sparkling Pacific Ocean on the North Island's East Coast, Hawke's Bay is arguably one of New Zealand's warmest regions with summer temperatures (November-April) ranging from 20 degrees C to 35 degrees C.

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Hawkes Bay is blessed with mild winters (June-September) averaging 15 degrees C. Hawke's Bay's two main centres, Napier and Hastings make up the bulk of the province's population, and are only 20km apart.




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Hamilton www.hamiltoninfo.co.nz Hamilton's colours are red, yellow and black and represent the Cheifs Rugby Team.
Gisborne www.cityofgisborne.co.nz Captain Cook first landed at Poverty Bay in Gisborne - there's lots of history here
Napier www.cityofnapier.co.nz A great small town, Napier has great sights including Art Deco buildings and gardens
Masterton www.cityofmasterton.co.nz Every town in NZ has a Queen St, including Masterton. Not busy like Auckland though
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Hastings www.cityofhastings.co.nz Don't be hasty and overlook Hastings in your travels. If you like Wine, then stay a few
Nelson www.cityofnelson.co.nz Tourism to Nelson is normall to experience the beautiful natural surroundings.
Blenheim www.cityofblenheim.co.nz Blenheim. Hot. Dry. Sunshine. Wine. Need more reasons?
New Plymouth www.cityofnewplymouth.co.nz The coastal walkway in New Plymouth is reason alone to stop in here.
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Queenstown www.cityofqueenstown.co.nz Queen Elizabeth didn't want to go bungy jumping on her last visit here, but you can!
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Hamilton www.cityofhamilton.co.nz 1000 PhD scientists make this a smart city. No fooling the locals agreed?
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Christchurch www.cityofchristchurch.co.nz The Garden City as its known, is rich in history, culture and natural beauty
Dunedin www.dunedinnewzealand.co.nz The largest economic driver in Dunedin is Tertiary education, so its a lively city!
Wanganui www.cityofwanganui.co.nz Whanganui River snakes along the banks of Wanganui town, a stunning place.
Auckland www.bigcity.co.nz Auckland is the Big City, and while Wellington is the capital, Auckland has the people.

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