Kerikeri

Kerikeri is found in the warm heart of Northland. A small town alive with character, Kerikeri is surrounded by lush natural countryside, but in its centre, you’ll find galleries, museums and restaurants throughout.

In fact, Kerikeri is awash with history – some of the oldest buildings in the country can be found here. The Kemp House (sometimes called the Kerikeri Mission Station) was built in 1821, and the Stone Store – a short walk away – was constructed just over a decade later.

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