Napier is Art Deco city of North Island of New Zealand. It is set amid the renowned wine – production region of Hawke’s Bay . It was destroyed in Earthquake and rebuild in the years 1931. The city is known for art deco landmarks like the zigzag-patterned Daily Telegraph Building. Along the tree-lined waterfront promenade the Marine Parade, the Pania of the Reef statue depicting a Maori maiden, is a symbol of the city.
Places of interest in and around Napier
Cape Kidnappers is a headland at the southeastern extremity of Hawke’s Bay on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island and sits at the end of an 8 kilometres peninsula which protrudes into the Pacific Ocean
National Aquarium of New Zealand
Nowhere else in New Zealand can you experience such a large and diverse range of aquatic animals and wildlife, both native species and from around the world, than at the National Aquarium of New Zealand in Napier, Hawke’s Bay.The National Aquarium of New Zealand, also known as Napier Aquarium is a public aquarium in Napier, New Zealand. There is a gift shop and cafe on site.
To know more about www.nationalaquarium.co.nz
Te Mata Peak
Te Mata Peak is a peak south of Hastings rising up to 399m in the Hawke’s Bay region of New Zealand. A sealed road leads to the popular lookout at thesummit, as well as several trails for hikers and mountain bikers.
MTG Hawke’s Bay
MTG Hawke’s Bay Tai Ahuriri is a museum, theatre and art gallery in Napier in New Zealand. MTG Hawke’s Bay occupies three buildings that were redeveloped in 2013.