Mr Fishing Adventures

When you choose Mr Fishing Adventures, you’re choosing a business that has a lifetime of experience fishing and hunting in both New Zealand and overseas. You can rely on your adventure being built from an appreciation of the wildlife and scenery around us.

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    Harbour View Lodge

    60 Nelson Quay, Ahuriri, Napier 4110

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    32 spacious suites with sea views.

    Relax in your room while looking out over the Pacific Ocean.

    Napier city centre and the Airport are only a 5 minute drive away.

    Easy access to the boardwalk and beach directly from your suite.

    Corporate travellers wanting to relax or families looking for outdoor adventure, this is the perfect place!

    East Pier Hotel

    East Pier, Napier

    Dave Halstead / Vanessa

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    East Pier Hotel was built on the site of an old fish factory in 1992 by its present owners to be a top quality waterfront bar and brasserie and over the next decade established itself as the areas leading and most popular venue. Since the turn of the millennium East Pier has also earned the reputation as one of Hawke’s Bay’s leading wedding and conference centres attracting large glamorous weddings and regional, national, and international conferences on a weekly basis.

    Hot Chick Restaurant

    4 Hardinge Road, Ahuriri, Napier,

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    A UNIQUE TASTE Quick meals, NZ style Hot Chick chickens are BBQ’d over NZ volcanic rock. With this unique cooking process, Chickens are mounted on rotisserie poles & placed over the volcanic rocks which are heated by gas. As the chickens rotate they cook slowly and evenly. With the rise in temperature, juices from the chickens drip down on to the volcanic rock creating a smoke that rises and infuses the chicken, producing a natural and unique BBQ flavour.

    Hawkes Bay Tourism

    Napier, Hawke's Bay

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    From Mahia in the north to Porangahau in the south, Hawke’s Bay’s 360 kilometres of coastline and beaches hugs the vast Pacific Ocean. Blessed with fertile soils and a warm temperate climate, Hawke’s Bay’s prosperity is founded on its land-based economy. With its thousands of acres of farms, orchards, and vineyards, along with the local industries that have grown up in support, there is a good reason why the region is held in such a high regard as New Zealand’s agricultural powerhouse, and why life here beats to a seasonal drum

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