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 April (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.
Captains Daughter

8th April:

Mimosa Duo: @ Captain’s Daughter 7:30pm. $10 entry. Mimosa is a Sydney born & bred, guitar & violin duo that is of an international standard. They have a wide repertoire of music of varying styles & have performed in Australia as well as on cruise ships around the Mediterranean, Carribbean & the rivers of inland France.

28th April:

Kaituna Ridges Ramble

8:00 am10:00 am

$20

Fantastic and challenging 12km loop track to bike/walk/run around the ridgeline of the scenic Kaituna Ridges Farm at the base of the Pelorus Sound. The track will take you through large areas of native bush and along steep hillsides clothed in pasture, which offer extensive views of both the Pelorus and Queen Charlotte Sounds.
Kaituna Ridges Farm, 76 Readers Rd, Havelock, Marlborough.
Registration from 8:00 – 10:00am
$20 / Adult, $10 / Child or $40 / Family (2A/2C)
CASH ONLY (sorry no Eftpos available)
Once registered participants can set off at their own leisure! Take it as fast or as slow as you like as it is not a race but a personal challenge.
Unwind and relish in your achievement, enjoy the beautiful setting that the Farm has to offer.

Food Stall with Hot and Cold Refreshments.  Cash Only, Sorry no eftpos available. 

 

Fundraising event for Pelorus Community Preschool.