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Saturday 18 November

Saturday 18 November 12:00am

The Wairarapa regions most well-known event attracts is a must-do! Toast Martinborough has been on the wine-lovers calendar for more than 25 years, and is still as strong as ever!

This is the perfect event to get a ...

Saturday 18 November 09:00am

A local Masterton market with fresh, local produce and artisan products; fruit, veg, organic, lavender, alpaca, art & jewellery, outdoor decor, and more! Hot food, excellent coffee, picnic tables, live music, friendly ...

Saturday 18 November 09:00am

At the gateway to the Wairarapa, you'll discover an artisan deli for dogs.

Treat your pooch to gourmet, grain free, free range doggytreats. Made with only the freshest, locally sourced, human-grade ingredients. ...

Saturday 18 November 09:30am

A class celebrating Thanksgiving - Kiwi Style - will be held at the Country Cooking School on November 18 (the day before Toast Martinborough).

Ideal for a group of friends or as a treat for your significant other, ...

Saturday 18 November 10:00am

This is a self-guided tour available during opening hours. You will receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge (optional) and then take yourself around the henge.

Saturday 18 November 10:00am

Our unwanted stock or donations must go to make room in our libraries. Located in our largest library at 1 Station Street, Dannevirke (opposite KFC), come along during opening hours. Sale lasts all month or while stocks ...

Saturday 18 November 10:00am

Members of Print Council Aotearoa NZ have liberated their prints from 2D picture frames and created interdisciplinary sculptures and installations, printing onto unexpected materials such as textiles, metals, ceramics, ...

Saturday 18 November 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - Well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Saturday 18 November 10:00am

This is a self-guided tour available during opening hours. You will receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything, then you take yourself around the henge.

Saturday 18 November 10:00am

A pleasant meandering around Greytown's best gardens.

Morning or Afternoon Teas (with home cooking) are included in the ticket price.

Tickets can be pre-purchased by phoning 06 304 9670 (Maureen) or 06 379 8329 ...

Saturday 18 November 10:00am

Popular enthusiasm for brass band music led to over 100 rotundas being built from the 1890s to the 1930s.

This exhibition from the Alexander Turnbull Library collection, offers fascinating insights into New ...

Saturday 18 November 10:00am

Demonstrations of lots of crafts and yarns, spinning, dyeing and felting. Raffles, door prizes and sales tables.

Saturday 18 November 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume displays original Nylon fashions from the 1950's.

How did we manage before Nylon was created? From nylon stockings to lingerie, blouses, scarves, gloves & hair ribbons, to ...

Saturday 18 November 10:00am

The Uses of Enchantment, (the title references the book by Bruno Bettelheim) takes personal objects, and their owner’s memories of them, to create an alternative gallery of portraiture and stories.

Saturday 18 November 10:00am

What do beer bottles, a microscope and a 1920s Cricket Shield have in common? All, along with much more are among scores of items on display in a new exhibition of recent acquisitions donated to the Collection of ...

Saturday 18 November 11:00am

We recommend visitors attend one of our guided tours which provide a complete experience and is tailored to the weather conditions. ancient history and star-lore is the central theme of our tours which include tales from ...

Saturday 18 November 11:00am

18 & 9-Hole Left & Right Handers Golf Tournament.

Registration 10:00am
Tee off 11:00am

Gross, Nett, Stableford and Men’s and Women’s pairs prizes. Pairs constitute Male & Female or any pairs combinations. In ...

Saturday 18 November 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Saturday 18 November 01:30pm

Hillbilly to Hard Rock Music Group gathers at Club Carterton on the third Saturday of each month.

Using an open mic concert format, Hillbilly to Hardrock is a genre inclusive gathering for both emerging and ...

Saturday 18 November 02:00pm

This will be a great night for all the family, book now to avoid disappointment.

Book online or tickets available at the door.

Saturday 18 November 04:00pm

Written by Roger Hall with music by Philip Norman and song lyrics by A K Grant, the musical is based on the popular and original characters created by Murray Ball.

Directed by Marilyn Bouzaid, the comic strip style of ...

Saturday 18 November 06:00pm

Hand Crafted Lighthouse batch distilled Gin - come to Te Kairanga Vineyard for a night all about Lighthouse Gin!

Enjoy an amazing evening dedicated to celebrating Lighthouse Gin, with amazing food and live ...

Saturday 18 November 06:00pm

This will be a great night for all the family, book now to avoid disappointment.

Book online or tickets available at the door.

Saturday 18 November 07:30pm

Spank release their EP, Down to the Wire into the wild, featuring special guests Space Doubt, a funky outfit from Wellington and the amazing Ruth Mundy also from Wellington.

We will be whacking out our full ...

Saturday 18 November 07:30pm

The Big Swing Band is on show at the Old Dairy Factory in Norsewood.

Come along for a night out with entertainment and refreshments. Hear the tunes of the band and all it's instruments.

Sunday 19 November

Sunday 19 November 12:00am

The Wairarapa regions most well-known event attracts is a must-do! Toast Martinborough has been on the wine-lovers calendar for more than 25 years, and is still as strong as ever!

This is the perfect event to get a ...

Sunday 19 November 09:00am

The Greytown Country Market's goal is to provide a gathering place for our community that celebrates the diversity and creativity of Wairarapa and Wellington.

We want to create a monthly event where you shop, meet ...

Sunday 19 November 09:00am

Amongst the historic village of Greytown in the leafy Stella Bull Park, you'll discover an artisan deli for dogs. Treat your pooch to gourmet, grain free, free range doggy treats. Made with only the freshest, locally ...

Sunday 19 November 09:30am

Toast Martinborough continues to redefine the festival experience, combining the best of 25 years of tradition with fantastic new innovations to remain New Zealand’s undisputed premier wine and food ...

Sunday 19 November 10:00am

This is a self-guided tour available during opening hours. You will receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge (optional) and then take yourself around the henge.

Sunday 19 November 10:00am

Members of Print Council Aotearoa NZ have liberated their prints from 2D picture frames and created interdisciplinary sculptures and installations, printing onto unexpected materials such as textiles, metals, ceramics, ...

Sunday 19 November 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - Well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Sunday 19 November 10:00am

This is a self-guided tour available during opening hours. You will receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything, then you take yourself around the henge.

Sunday 19 November 10:00am

Popular enthusiasm for brass band music led to over 100 rotundas being built from the 1890s to the 1930s.

This exhibition from the Alexander Turnbull Library collection, offers fascinating insights into New ...

Sunday 19 November 10:00am

This event promises to be an awesome day out.

Design and wear a crazy hat and you may just win a spot prize, or even the major prize sponsored by Ormond St Motels. There'll be craft stalls, live music, children's ...

Sunday 19 November 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume displays original Nylon fashions from the 1950's.

How did we manage before Nylon was created? From nylon stockings to lingerie, blouses, scarves, gloves & hair ribbons, to ...

Sunday 19 November 10:00am

The Uses of Enchantment, (the title references the book by Bruno Bettelheim) takes personal objects, and their owner’s memories of them, to create an alternative gallery of portraiture and stories.

Sunday 19 November 10:00am

What do beer bottles, a microscope and a 1920s Cricket Shield have in common? All, along with much more are among scores of items on display in a new exhibition of recent acquisitions donated to the Collection of ...

Sunday 19 November 11:00am

We recommend visitors attend one of our guided tours which provide a complete experience and is tailored to the weather conditions. ancient history and star-lore is the central theme of our tours which include tales from ...

Sunday 19 November 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Sunday 19 November 02:00pm

This will be a great night for all the family, book now to avoid disappointment.

Book online or tickets available at the door.

Sunday 19 November 02:00pm

Written by Roger Hall with music by Philip Norman and song lyrics by A K Grant, the musical is based on the popular and original characters created by Murray Ball.

Directed by Marilyn Bouzaid, the comic strip style of ...

Sunday 19 November 06:30pm

Featherston First Fridays proudly presents Delaney Davidson, with his all new show Magic Lightbox.

Remember the slide show of the returned traveller? Remember the projected image on a sheet in the living room? ...

Monday 20 November

Monday 20 November 12:00am

The Wairarapa regions most well-known event attracts is a must-do! Toast Martinborough has been on the wine-lovers calendar for more than 25 years, and is still as strong as ever!

This is the perfect event to get a ...

Monday 20 November 09:00am

Our unwanted stock or donations must go to make room in our libraries. Located in our largest library at 1 Station Street, Dannevirke (opposite KFC), come along during opening hours. Sale lasts all month or while stocks ...

Monday 20 November 09:00am

A wonderful display or roses. The hall will be open from 9:00am, flowers to be staged by 11:30am.

Judging starts at 11:30am, followed by a shared finger food lunch and presentation of prizes. Multi draw raffle at ...

Monday 20 November 10:00am

This is a self-guided tour available during opening hours. You will receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge (optional) and then take yourself around the henge.

Monday 20 November 10:00am

Members of Print Council Aotearoa NZ have liberated their prints from 2D picture frames and created interdisciplinary sculptures and installations, printing onto unexpected materials such as textiles, metals, ceramics, ...

Monday 20 November 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - Well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Monday 20 November 10:00am

Popular enthusiasm for brass band music led to over 100 rotundas being built from the 1890s to the 1930s.

This exhibition from the Alexander Turnbull Library collection, offers fascinating insights into New ...

Monday 20 November 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume displays original Nylon fashions from the 1950's.

How did we manage before Nylon was created? From nylon stockings to lingerie, blouses, scarves, gloves & hair ribbons, to ...

Monday 20 November 10:00am

What do beer bottles, a microscope and a 1920s Cricket Shield have in common? All, along with much more are among scores of items on display in a new exhibition of recent acquisitions donated to the Collection of ...

Monday 20 November 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Tuesday 21 November

Tuesday 21 November 09:00am

Our unwanted stock or donations must go to make room in our libraries. Located in our largest library at 1 Station Street, Dannevirke (opposite KFC), come along during opening hours. Sale lasts all month or while stocks ...

Tuesday 21 November 10:00am

Members of Print Council Aotearoa NZ have liberated their prints from 2D picture frames and created interdisciplinary sculptures and installations, printing onto unexpected materials such as textiles, metals, ceramics, ...

Tuesday 21 November 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - Well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Tuesday 21 November 10:00am

Popular enthusiasm for brass band music led to over 100 rotundas being built from the 1890s to the 1930s.

This exhibition from the Alexander Turnbull Library collection, offers fascinating insights into New ...

Tuesday 21 November 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume displays original Nylon fashions from the 1950's.

How did we manage before Nylon was created? From nylon stockings to lingerie, blouses, scarves, gloves & hair ribbons, to ...

Tuesday 21 November 10:00am

What do beer bottles, a microscope and a 1920s Cricket Shield have in common? All, along with much more are among scores of items on display in a new exhibition of recent acquisitions donated to the Collection of ...

Tuesday 21 November 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Tuesday 21 November 06:00pm

A great way for the ladies out there to kick start their Christmas shopping. Must be over 18 years of age to attend.

Wednesday 22 November

Wednesday 22 November 09:00am

Our unwanted stock or donations must go to make room in our libraries. Located in our largest library at 1 Station Street, Dannevirke (opposite KFC), come along during opening hours. Sale lasts all month or while stocks ...

Wednesday 22 November 09:00am

This seminar has been designed to teach you about income tax; expenses you can claim; good bookkeeping tips; business structures; GST and more. You will also learn how to work smarter with Inland Revenue’s online ...

Wednesday 22 November 10:00am

What do beer bottles, a microscope and a 1920s Cricket Shield have in common? All, along with much more are among scores of items on display in a new exhibition of recent acquisitions donated to the Collection of ...

Wednesday 22 November 10:00am

Members of Print Council Aotearoa NZ have liberated their prints from 2D picture frames and created interdisciplinary sculptures and installations, printing onto unexpected materials such as textiles, metals, ceramics, ...

Wednesday 22 November 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - Well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Wednesday 22 November 10:00am

This is a self-guided tour available during opening hours. You will receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything, then you take yourself around the henge.

Wednesday 22 November 10:00am

Popular enthusiasm for brass band music led to over 100 rotundas being built from the 1890s to the 1930s.

This exhibition from the Alexander Turnbull Library collection, offers fascinating insights into New ...

Wednesday 22 November 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume displays original Nylon fashions from the 1950's.

How did we manage before Nylon was created? From nylon stockings to lingerie, blouses, scarves, gloves & hair ribbons, to ...

Wednesday 22 November 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Wednesday 22 November 07:00pm

Drop-In meditation classes.

Each class consists of two guided meditations and a teaching to help us solve our daily problems, improve the quality of our life and develop inner peace.

These drop-in classes are ...

Wednesday 22 November 07:30pm

Classes are for singles or couples whom are interested in learning Rock in Roll steps.

Beginners level an up. Come on Lads grab a Lassy an Rock in Roll. First hour lesson, then free dancing.

Donation.
$3.00 for ...

Thursday 23 November

Thursday 23 November 08:20am

Enjoy a full-day guided tour from Wellington to the Wairarapa and experience boutique shopping, lunch, wine and cheese while all of your transport is taken care of.

Greytown is a country village with metropolitan ...

Thursday 23 November 09:00am

Our unwanted stock or donations must go to make room in our libraries. Located in our largest library at 1 Station Street, Dannevirke (opposite KFC), come along during opening hours. Sale lasts all month or while stocks ...

Thursday 23 November 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume displays original Nylon fashions from the 1950's.

How did we manage before Nylon was created? From nylon stockings to lingerie, blouses, scarves, gloves & hair ribbons, to ...

Thursday 23 November 10:00am

What do beer bottles, a microscope and a 1920s Cricket Shield have in common? All, along with much more are among scores of items on display in a new exhibition of recent acquisitions donated to the Collection of ...

Thursday 23 November 10:00am

Members of Print Council Aotearoa NZ have liberated their prints from 2D picture frames and created interdisciplinary sculptures and installations, printing onto unexpected materials such as textiles, metals, ceramics, ...

Thursday 23 November 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - Well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Thursday 23 November 10:00am

This is a self-guided tour available during opening hours. You will receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything, then you take yourself around the henge.

Thursday 23 November 10:00am

Popular enthusiasm for brass band music led to over 100 rotundas being built from the 1890s to the 1930s.

This exhibition from the Alexander Turnbull Library collection, offers fascinating insights into New ...

Thursday 23 November 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Thursday 23 November 07:30pm

Written by Roger Hall with music by Philip Norman and song lyrics by A K Grant, the musical is based on the popular and original characters created by Murray Ball.

Directed by Marilyn Bouzaid, the comic strip style of ...

Friday 24 November

Friday 24 November 08:20am

Enjoy a full-day guided tour from Wellington to the Wairarapa and experience boutique shopping, lunch, wine and cheese while all of your transport is taken care of.

Greytown is a country village with metropolitan ...

Friday 24 November 09:00am

Our unwanted stock or donations must go to make room in our libraries. Located in our largest library at 1 Station Street, Dannevirke (opposite KFC), come along during opening hours. Sale lasts all month or while stocks ...

Friday 24 November 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume displays original Nylon fashions from the 1950's.

How did we manage before Nylon was created? From nylon stockings to lingerie, blouses, scarves, gloves & hair ribbons, to ...

Friday 24 November 10:00am

What do beer bottles, a microscope and a 1920s Cricket Shield have in common? All, along with much more are among scores of items on display in a new exhibition of recent acquisitions donated to the Collection of ...

Friday 24 November 10:00am

Members of Print Council Aotearoa NZ have liberated their prints from 2D picture frames and created interdisciplinary sculptures and installations, printing onto unexpected materials such as textiles, metals, ceramics, ...

Friday 24 November 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - Well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Friday 24 November 10:00am

This is a self-guided tour available during opening hours. You will receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything, then you take yourself around the henge.

Friday 24 November 10:00am

Popular enthusiasm for brass band music led to over 100 rotundas being built from the 1890s to the 1930s.

This exhibition from the Alexander Turnbull Library collection, offers fascinating insights into New ...

Friday 24 November 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Friday 24 November 07:30pm

Written by Roger Hall with music by Philip Norman and song lyrics by A K Grant, the musical is based on the popular and original characters created by Murray Ball.

Directed by Marilyn Bouzaid, the comic strip style of ...

Friday 24 November 07:30pm

Aaron has rocked the Lower North Island for the last 20 years - all the tunes you know and love performed with no tricks, just pure talent and a guitar.

Members, Affiliated Members and their guests welcome.

Saturday 25 November

Saturday 25 November 09:00am

A local Masterton market with fresh, local produce and artisan products; fruit, veg, organic, lavender, alpaca, art & jewellery, outdoor decor, and more! Hot food, excellent coffee, picnic tables, live music, friendly ...

Saturday 25 November 09:00am

At the gateway to the Wairarapa, you'll discover an artisan deli for dogs.

Treat your pooch to gourmet, grain free, free range doggytreats. Made with only the freshest, locally sourced, human-grade ingredients. ...

Saturday 25 November 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume displays original Nylon fashions from the 1950's.

How did we manage before Nylon was created? From nylon stockings to lingerie, blouses, scarves, gloves & hair ribbons, to ...

Saturday 25 November 10:00am

What do beer bottles, a microscope and a 1920s Cricket Shield have in common? All, along with much more are among scores of items on display in a new exhibition of recent acquisitions donated to the Collection of ...

Saturday 25 November 10:00am

Visit this fantastic country market for a browse through clever local crafts and products. Pick up some fabulous art for your wall and a delicious cupcake for a treat. Woodwork pieces, gorgeous jewellery and kitchen ...

Saturday 25 November 10:00am

Our unwanted stock or donations must go to make room in our libraries. Located in our largest library at 1 Station Street, Dannevirke (opposite KFC), come along during opening hours. Sale lasts all month or while stocks ...

Saturday 25 November 10:00am

Members of Print Council Aotearoa NZ have liberated their prints from 2D picture frames and created interdisciplinary sculptures and installations, printing onto unexpected materials such as textiles, metals, ceramics, ...

Saturday 25 November 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - Well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Saturday 25 November 10:00am

This is a self-guided tour available during opening hours. You will receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything, then you take yourself around the henge.

Saturday 25 November 10:00am

Popular enthusiasm for brass band music led to over 100 rotundas being built from the 1890s to the 1930s.

This exhibition from the Alexander Turnbull Library collection, offers fascinating insights into New ...

Saturday 25 November 10:00am

St Andrew’s Christmas Gala Dublin Street Martinborough

All the usual Fabulous Stalls plus more. Plants, Produce, Cakes, Pickles, Sweets, Raffles, Pre loved Designer Clothes plus accessories, Posh Stall, Christmas ...

Saturday 25 November 11:00am

We recommend visitors attend one of our guided tours which provide a complete experience and is tailored to the weather conditions. ancient history and star-lore is the central theme of our tours which include tales from ...

Saturday 25 November 11:00am

Head along to Eketahuna's Santa Cruise Christmas Parade.

Lots of fun for the little kids and big kids. There will also be street stalls operating for that Christmas present bargain.

Saturday 25 November 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Saturday 25 November 07:00pm

To those who can read it, the night sky is a picture book of stories from antiquity. Here are the tales of the gods, heroes and mighty events. These stories are a window into the past that gives us insight to the beliefs ...

Saturday 25 November 07:30pm

Written by Roger Hall with music by Philip Norman and song lyrics by A K Grant, the musical is based on the popular and original characters created by Murray Ball.

Directed by Marilyn Bouzaid, the comic strip style of ...

Sunday 26 November

Sunday 26 November 10:00am

The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume displays original Nylon fashions from the 1950's.

How did we manage before Nylon was created? From nylon stockings to lingerie, blouses, scarves, gloves & hair ribbons, to ...

Sunday 26 November 10:00am

What do beer bottles, a microscope and a 1920s Cricket Shield have in common? All, along with much more are among scores of items on display in a new exhibition of recent acquisitions donated to the Collection of ...

Sunday 26 November 10:00am

Members of Print Council Aotearoa NZ have liberated their prints from 2D picture frames and created interdisciplinary sculptures and installations, printing onto unexpected materials such as textiles, metals, ceramics, ...

Sunday 26 November 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - Well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Sunday 26 November 10:00am

This is a self-guided tour available during opening hours. You will receive a map, watch an 8-minute film that takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything, then you take yourself around the henge.

Sunday 26 November 10:00am

Popular enthusiasm for brass band music led to over 100 rotundas being built from the 1890s to the 1930s.

This exhibition from the Alexander Turnbull Library collection, offers fascinating insights into New ...

Sunday 26 November 11:00am

We recommend visitors attend one of our guided tours which provide a complete experience and is tailored to the weather conditions. ancient history and star-lore is the central theme of our tours which include tales from ...

Sunday 26 November 11:00am

The perfect excuse for a Sunday Drive.

Live music. Tui girls.

Prizes for best car over 1970 and best car under 1970.

Sunday 26 November 11:30am

Join us for a 35 minute guided tour, that takes you through the Histui museum, around the historic grounds, and the iconic Tui Tower before walking through our new state of the art brewery, where you learn about the art ...

Sunday 26 November 12:00pm

Last Sunday of every month with free entry. Hosted by a team of Tui Brewery girls, kick back and listen to live local music in the Tui HQ garden bar.

Kitchen and Tap Room open.
Tours run daily at 11:30am and 2:30pm.