Quality Inn Napier Travel

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

311 Marine Parade, Napier, North Island, 4001, New Zealand
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Te Mata Peak... where do I start from if i'm going to bike up it?

by donnading25

Te Mata Peak... where do I start from if i'm going to bike up it?... Like where do we leave our car? Where does the trail up start for mountainbikers pls?

Re: Te Mata Peak... where do I start from if i'm going to bike up it?

by Kakapo2

You find info here on this page:


There is a carpark at the main gates and another one at Tauroa Road.

All just outside Havelock North.

Best you check out on www.googlemaps.com - and you see Tauroa Road, next to Tainui Reserve.

Re: Te Mata Peak... where do I start from if i'm going to bike up it?

by bver88

from Havelock North Village, take Te Mata Road to SIMLA Road, then right turn up the hill into the Te Mata Peak Road. Through the gates into the Te Mata peak trust parkk. It's a challenging climb. good to be clean and sober on this road. No guard rails! good luck!

Travel Tips for Napier

Wedding Destination

by kiwigal_1

Many kiwis (and foreigners too for that matter) are looking to Napier as a wedding destination. It has a good climate, vineyards and beaches. It is also a lot cheaper than having a wedding in Auckland for example. My brother and his wife celebrated their wedding at a little church on the highway and then the reception was at Church Road Winery.

Incredible 360degree view of Napier/Hastings

by kimntoby

An excellent way to view Napier and Hastings, from Mahia to Cape Kidnappers. Sugar Loaf Hill is part of Sugar Loaf Reserve in Napier. You can get to the top 2 ways. This is a kid friendly walk, the harder one and of course the easier one.

1 way is to park at Church Road Winery, 150 Church Road
Mission View, Hawkes Bay 4112, taste some wine, relax in the grassy area's and then work your way up. Or enjoy the wine at the top! Park in their parking lot, walk through the grass park area to the right, towards the road. Walk up along Tironui Drive. The entrance is to the left, there are steps for you to climb over the fence. This path winds back and forth and up Sugar Loaf Hill. This is the harder of the 2 options, but the walk is short.
The 2nd way is to turn right onto Tironui Drive from Church Road before the winery. Drive up Tironui until you see the Reserve sign on your left hand side. You can park there and take a short walk up.

This gives you a rare view of mountains, hills, towns, ocean, etc etc. From the summit, the four-hectare reserve affords views out over Napier, Taradale and much of the Heretaunga Plains. The Ruahine and Kaweka Ranges can be seen to the west. It's a great place to take a picnic sit and enjoy the view!


Check out the architecture

by Kate-Me

There are guided tours you can take of Napier to see its marvellous 1930's art deco architecture, or you can obtain a brochure from the Visitor Information Centre for about $4 with a map and short description of each notable building in the city centre, and spend hours enjoying them at your own pace, as we did.

Wonderful views of gannets

by vtveen

Although we had already seen gannets before in New Zealand (at Muriwai Beach), visiting Cape Kidnappers Gannet Reserve is one of the highlights of our visits to New Zealand. It is such an fantastic experience to come so close to these wonderful birds. To see them flying to and from their nests feeding the chicks, or to look at the greeting ceremonies between two adult birds.

You can get very close to the nesting sites and it wouldn’t be any problem 'to touch' the gannets. We walked along the low chain and everywhere we did see these remarkable birds with their yellow head and long bill.
It is so amazing to know these birds come back every year to the same spot and even to their old nest.

Best period for a visit is from December till February when the chicks are on the plateau. There are three gannet colonies on Cape Kidnappers: the Plateau Colony (the only colony where visitors are allowed), the Saddle Colony and the Black Reef Colony. It is said there are more then 10.000 gannets on Cape Kidnappers.

There are three different ways to get to Cape Kidnappers. By walking along the beach, only possible at low tides. It will take about 5 hours walking. A second way is to get on a guided tour with a tractor and trailer, also along the beach. You will have to climb the steep cliff to the gannet colony.
We did a tour with a 4WD bus overland to the plateau. If you don’t want you don’t have to walk at all (see other tip).

Information Centre

by Kate-Me

Hastings Information Centre, also a Spanish Mission building, in Russell Street is a good place to start your exploration of Hastings.
(Russell Street is also the street where the Spanish Mission buildings are most numerous, so you don't have to look far to find some).


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Address: 311 Marine Parade, Napier, North Island, 4001, New Zealand