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Kawakawa Station Coastal Walk

Other Rural Wairarapa

40 mins from Martinborough, 2 hours from Central Wellington

Contact Information:

Phone: +64 6 307 8989
Mobile (and SMS): +64 278 156 523
Address: 2631 Cape Palliser Road, Cape Palliser, Wairarapa.

Contact Person: Glenda Page

Directions: Follow signs to Lake Ferry/Cape Palliser from the square. The station is approx 40mins drive from Martinborough. Follow the road until you reach a road on the left signposted Cape Palliser Road.

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About Kawakawa Station Coastal Walk

Welcome to Kawakawa Station - the home of one of the Wairarapa's oldest sheep stations and the North Island's southern most farm walk. Kawakawa Station walk offers a unique three day, three night coastal walk through farmland and bush, encompassing sweeping Cook Strait and South Island views, comfortable accommodation and great food.

This unique 3-day 3-night walk is a unique private walk taking in the breathtaking coastal views across the Cook Strait to the snow capped Kaikouras. Beautiful native bush, spectacular river valleys and an abundance of wildlife make this a very picturesque walk.

Staying in cosy, comfortable farm accommodation, with all the mod cons, all your meals are taken care of . The food is locally inspired, sourced and produced – and certainly won’t leave you hungry!

So what are you waiting for? Give us a try for your next escape to the wilderness.

Season: November 1st – April 30th.

Walk caters for 2 – 10 people.


Kawakawa Station Coastal Walk

Are you looking for Wairarapa accommodation?
Check out the wairarapa accommodation page of the New Zealand Bed and Breakfast guide, which includes B&B's, farmstays, homestays vineyard stays and self-catering accommodation.


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