Akaroa and Banks Peninsula Tourist Shopping and Souvenirs
New Zealand is not only a great place to holiday, its also a great place to shop! Akaroa and Banks Peninsula shopping options are as diverse as they are fun! Tourist shops offer a great range of souvenirs, gifts and products. At a duty free store you can purchase cheap products tax free. You could spend hours shopping at the local shopping centre or mall, and browse through a range of fascinating artwork at an arts and crafts store. Or you can just stay at home and shop online! more
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Your Akaroa Alpaca Farm Tour experience takes you on a scenic-drive to the western-side of Akaroa Harbour to Shamarra Alpaca Farm. Our Akaroa alpaca farm has breathtaking views of the harbour. Alpaca farmers, Frank and Anya, will treat you to an interesting, interactive introduction to these animals (renowned for their ultra-fine fleece). Light refreshments included on your Akaroa farm tour.
Originally one of nine dairies dotting the peninsula in the late 1800s, Barrys Bay Cheese is the last remaining factory. Today, we still use the traditional recipes brought to New Zealand by the early English settlers. Stop in and watch cheese making Monday through Thursday (Oct to May).
Browse our range of New Zealand DVD's, New Zealand CD's, New Zealand travel packs, New Zealand travel books and New Zealand souvenirs and products. Only quality, value-for-money New Zealand products are sourced from reputable suppliers with efficient delivery times. Easy online purchase options.
Executive accommodation at Whistling Buoy’s Kokolo Vineyard is now available for leisure seekers and wine enthusiasts looking for a unique top-quality escape. Guests are able to explore the vineyard, nearby Lyttelton Harbour, its surrounding crater rim, and indulge themselves with the finest local produce and cuisine. Hosts Neil and Jill Pattinson provide the setting and the quality service.
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