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Hastings Earthquake Audio Tour

Hastings Earthquake Audio Tour - Hastings, New Zealand

Duration: 1 to 3 hrs
Location: Hastings, New Zealand

From USD
$19.99

This informative and historical self-guided audio tour will take you on a journey to the past to see the areas that were devastated by the 1931 and how they have been rebuilt. Including survivors stories, get a better insight to the past tragedy ... More info ›

This informative and historical self-guided audio tour will take you on a journey to the past to see the areas that were devastated by the 1931 and how they have been rebuilt. Including survivors stories, get a better insight to the past tragedy. Combine your audio guide with a map detailing the area of your tour as well.

Learn about the devastation and rebuilding after the infamous 1931 Napier Earthquake in this informative audio tour. The damage was not restricted to Napier but spread to this farming city of Hastings and beyond where many buildings were destroyed and lives lost.

It did not take long for this city to rebuild and many of the buildings are reputed to be even better than they were prior to the Earthquake.

You’ll learn about the effects the earthquake had on buildings such as the Former Post Office and the iconic Clock Tower and hear stories regarding the old Roach's Department Store, St Mathew's Church, Las Palmas, the Hawkes Bay Farmers Building, the Dominion Buildings and Credit House, the Karamu Chambers and the Public Trust Building, the Albert Hotel, Municipal Buildings, the Opera House with the Wesley Methodist Church, the Municipal Power House and the Woman's Rest with the Hastings Centotaph. This tour is memorable and poignant and includes survivor's tales.

As a self-guided audio tour, you have more flexibility to experience it how you wish. Your tour, your pace.

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Hawkes Bay Wineries Self-Guided Bike Tour

Hawkes Bay Wineries Self-Guided Bike Tour - Hastings, New Zealand

Duration: Flexible
Location: Hastings, New Zealand

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$31.97

Visit the wineries of Hawke’s Bay at your own pace on this self-guided bike tour. Collect your bike and spin through the vineyards along the Hawke’s Bay wine route at your leisure ... More info ›

Visit the wineries of Hawke’s Bay at your own pace on this self-guided bike tour. Collect your bike and spin through the vineyards along the Hawke’s Bay wine route at your leisure. Follow the map provided or simply take your pick of the wineries you find. Visit wineries such as  Abbey Cellars, Alpha Domus, the Ngatarawa Estate, the Sileni Estate, Te Awa, or Trinity Hill (own expense), and perhaps sample some of the diverse wines in production. This independent cycling tour includes all equipment and roadside support. 

Collect your bike between 10am and 1pm (depending on the season) at Ash Ridge Wines’ vineyard. Then, clip on your helmet, hop into the saddle and peddle through the New Zealand countryside to begin your independent cycling tour.

With your winery map to hand, follow flat, winding routes through the heart of the Hawke's Bay wine region. Along the way, visit the wineries of most interest and sample the diverse wines in production (own expense).

Perhaps visit wineries such as Abbey Cellars, Alpha Domus, Ash Ridge Wines, Oak Estate, Sileni Estate, Te Awa, or Trinity Hill. Depending on how many wineries you visit — and how long you stay — your tour will likely take between four and six hours. You can enjoy a quick lunch (own expense) overlooking vines at Te Awa or Oak Estate before meandering onto the next winery.

With roadside support to help if you have any difficulties — such as a flat tyre — and to collect any wine that you purchase from the wineries (own expense), you’re free to relax and enjoy your day.

At the end of your ride, return your bike to your starting point to bring your tour to an end.

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