What's Happening in Havelock

If you are wondering what’s happening in Havelock, then read on. Here are just a few of the reasons to come and visit Havelock, Marlborough.

Take a bit of time to explore our wee town and it’s environs and you should be surprised by how much is on offer.

This months list of “goings on” will get you started and then check out Havelock Holiday Parks Activity Suggestions and Suggested Day Trips for even more reasons to stay.

Come for a few hours, a few days or even a week – we are confident that you will find plenty to keep you occupied.

Local Events and Happenings for February (and beyond)

The Gallery

Every Day:

The Gallery: @ Havelock Main Road 10:00am-4pm. This is a must visit. Featuring sixteen local artists, there is something for everyone here. I find it impossible to describe just how good this display is. It really is a case of “Wow!”
pelorus mail boat

Now Going Every Day:

Pelorus Mail Boat: @ Havelock Marina 10am-4pm(ish). It is only a three minute walk to the Mail Boat from the Havelock Holiday Park. A short stroll back to your cabin or van after your trip, freshen up and then walk to one of our nearby restaurants for a magnificent meal to complete your first Havelock Experience. The Mail Boat offers 10% discount for Kiwi Park Members so join up when you book your stay with us and take advantage of this great offer.

 
The discount from staying two nights in a Kiwi Park and two people on the Mail Boat will pay for your membership for two years – from then on it’s all profit. Factor in the 10% discount off Blue Bridge Interisland Ferry as well and there really isn’t any reason why you shouldn’t join.

17th February – Waitaria Bay Classic Tri (No.10)

 
10th Waitaria Bay Classic Triathlon Plus: Be part of the 10th consecutive year of this classic Tri-PLUS. Consists of a 3km kayak, 8 km bike, 4 km run PLUS a 50m swim. Compete solo or as part of a team. Stay in Havelock, travel out via the Pelorus Mail Boat and then celebrate your achievement in one of Havelocks three great restaurants. Make a weekend of it. More
details are here.

21st February:

Dan Walsh:  Dan returns for his third visit to promote his latest critically acclaimed album “Verging on the Perpendicular“. At the heart of his music is British, Irish and American Folk Music delivered with a healthy dose of funky grooves. All delivered with his unique and dazzling take on the clawhammer style banjo. See and hear him at the Captains Daughter, 7:30pm.

 

Muddy Buddy 2018:

Muddy Buddy: @ Havelock Estuary, 1-4pm. The ultimate adventure packed fun run. Get your costumes together and get prepared to tackle the mud. More details here.

 
 

 

mussel festival

17th March, 2018:

Mussel and Seafood Festival: @ Havelock Domain. The date for the next festival has been decided and all the planning has started. Don’t miss out – get your accommodation booked with Havelock Holiday Park asap. The good news is that the organisers are determined to make sure that the music is continuous throughout the day. We’ll announce any other updates as we hear them.