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.
Come for a few hours, a few days or even a week – we are confident that you will find plenty to keep you occupied.
The Havelock Gallery : 10am – 4pm daily
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: @ 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.
Havelock Museum :
Open daily from 10am to 4pm
14 March: Havelock Mussel and Seafood Festival
10am – 6pm, Tiki Taane, The Phoenix Foundation supported by a great line up of live entertainment and all sorts of fun stuff to enjoy. Celebrity Chefs, Two Raw Sisters along with Festival favourites Chris Fortune and Paulie Hooten. Market stalls, industry displays, Kidz Zone, Ticket and bus packages available. http://www.havelockmusselfestival.co.nz/
14 March: Queen Charlotte Tavern, Linkwater. from 7pm.
Mussel Festival afterparty with DJ Bex.
Courtesy van from Havelock to Linkwater and return $20. contact Mary Ann 027 848 6708
7 March : Rai Valley A & P Show at Carluke Reserve.
7am – 5pm. entry $3-$7, under 5 free. Carluke domain is 1km off SH6 on the road to Tennyson Inlet.