Katikati is a town in New Zealand (North Island) located on the Uretara Stream near a tidal inlet towards the northern end of Tauranga Harbour, 28 kilometres south of Waihi and 40 kilometres northwest of Tauranga. State Highway 2 passes through the town; a bypass scheduled to have begun construction in 2008 is on hold.
Restaurants in Katikati
4.5 based on 51 reviews
We had a pleasant afternoon walk through this pathway. There were some nice haikus along the way and we saw some bird-life. It was peaceful as there were not many people around, and it is a good way to relax while getting in a bit of exercise.
4 based on 134 reviews
A beautiful and extensive park on the edge of the inner Tauranga harbour; the bird Gardens feature a range of both native and exotic birds. Set in delightful Gardens of mature trees, lily ponds and wetlands. Gift shop. Cafe. Golf car hire. A great family day out and place to unwind.
A lovely place to visit with grandson. Paths not great for pushchairs. All just a little run down and tatty. Nice enough collection of birds in picturesque grounds with picnic spots and wedding photo venue.
But that’s it. No bird feeding except at entrance. No information nothing. It has all the hallmarks of a great Auckland to Tauranga family stop. But it isn’t
5 based on 28 reviews
We are a tour company providing small group tours in the Bay of Plenty region of New Zealand. We specialise in Rotorua day tours and guarantee a fun & relaxing day for our customers. We are extremely flexible, tailoring your day to your needs. Friendly, knowledgeable and local hosts to make your tour the unforgettable highlight of your trip. Pick ups from your cruise ship - Port of Tauranga, Tauranga Airport and Tauranga Accommodations.
Found Scott Tours via TripAdvisor. Glad we did. Our tour included the beautiful waters and geothermal features of WaiOTapu as well as a number of side trips including the scenic drive from our port at Tauranga to Rotaurua. Lots of great spots and stops in between (Government Gardens etc). Yvonne was our guide, and we loved her instantly. Very personable. Very knowledgeable. She's passionate about her homeland and has a vast knowledge about the area's history, ecology, politics...Yvonne offered invaluable local insight. Our outing with Scott Tours was the highlight of our visit to NZ.
4.5 based on 50 reviews
Katikati was just a stop off whilst travelling through NZ and what a surprise it was, A very arty place with plenty of murals and not to mention the Haiku Pathway. I was very impressed with what it had going for itself. Well worth a look.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
I took my daughter and two grand children aged 2 and 5 to the pools during the winter school holidays. We hadn't been before. On arrival we were told that only adults were allowed in the hot spa. We stayed in the the larger pool for about 30 mins but it wasn't warm enough and there was a cold wind coming over the fence at the far end of the pool. The children were not happy and we were all cold. There was no one in the hot spa so we hopped in to quickly warm up before we got dressed, the children I may add were very well behaved and we really were in there for only five minutes....however the lady in charge stormed through the gate and demanded we get out immediately. We were quite shocked and we dressed and left. I wouldn't go back again. My positive comment is that the pools were well maintained and very clean.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
As part of many walkways through the Kati Kati Mural Town teh Bird Walk is a lovely and very Informative area to take a relaxing stroll in, there are many lifelike models of the local birdlife to be seen during your meamble through some of the lovely walkways in this area and many of the live birds can also be found here. This is a walkway which can offer from a few minutes, to a couple of hours enjoyment and relaxation
4.5 based on 15 reviews
A lovely setting for afternoon tea in the old railway station after a visit to the lovingly restored homestead. Huge scones with fresh cream, homemade jam and gallons of freshly brewed tea. Friendly service from the volunteer staff. Highly recommended.
5 based on 9 reviews
The Leveret Estate cellar door is housed in a striking Cape Dutch building dating back to 1978. Located about 20 minutes away from Tauranga among the lush green pastures of Katikati, New Zealand, Leveret Estate is a producer of premium "méthode traditionnelle" sparkling wine, red, white and rosé wines. New Zealand's finest, privately and independently owned estate where winemaking is seen as an art and the team is committed to their craft. Pop in to our Cellar Door for a taste, our friendly team are there to guide and help you.
Leveret Estate is a rather magnificent complex that can cater for rather substantial functions, as well as running as a restaurant, and a winery. It looks as if it should be very pricey, but both the restaurant and the winery have set very realistic price points that make them accessible to all.
The wines are of good quality, and some of the varieties produced are a little unexpected such as Riesling and Gewurtztraminer. They are well priced, and well worth buying .
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Spent a bit of time here. Love researching history. I like what they have done with a small collection of valuable items to tell the story displayed well. Was disapointed though I have just written Anzac war story and poetry book on WW1 telling it's story. Just wanted to share it with them. I've done years of research on this subject. They didn't want to buy it but even when I offered it to them to have they turned me down. Said they had heaps of books and knowledge on the subject. I have family here and wanted to do something for Katikati and even the library turned me down so I will be donating a book to the new sommerset library instead. It is also on sale at Katikati paperplus. You can never have too much information..
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Very pleasant level walks along the shore from this spot. Popular with dog owners as there are long stretches of sand at low tide along the Foreshore Reserve. From the large car park situated at the end of an access road (just off Tuapiro Road) you can either walk north to the end of a peninsula through a lovely wooded track bordering the shore, or south along the beach or reserve parallel to Tuapiro Road.
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