Location & How to Get There

Nestled on the banks of the Tuki Tuki River, with Te Mata Peak in the background, the site for Harvest Hawke’s Bay Festival is spectacular in its own right and will provide the perfect setting for this annual, iconic Food & Wine Country Celebration.

Regional Shuttles

A regional shuttle service will be available from Napier, Hastings and Havelock North making getting to and from the site on the day stress free.  Bookings are essential and will be available from November 21st 2022 once tickets are on sale.  

Napier iSite, Marine Parade - $20 per person return
Departing iSite 10:15
Departing Festival at 17:00
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Hastings Cenotaph, Russell St South - $15 per person return
Departing Cenotaph 10:30
Departing Festival at 17:10
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Havelock North iSite, Te Aute Rd -$15 per person return
Departing iSite 10:45
Departing Festival at 17:20
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Free of charge parking will be available adjacent to the site with overnight parking available offered for any patrons not wanting to drive home after the festivities.


A designated parking area will be available adjacent to the site for all self-contained motorhomes.  These will be allocated on a first come first served basis.  Sites are free of charge, but registrations are essential so that we can ensure sufficient space for everyone. If you would like full terms and conditions and to prebook a site please email liz@harvesthawkesbay.com.

Where to stay / How to get there

For details on other transport options, where to stay and other things to do while visiting Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand’s Food & Wine Country visit…


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