- Delve into a tucked-away café in charming Howick Village
- Play 18-holes at Howick Golf Club and savour the views across the Hauraki Gulf
- Enjoy a walk over the beautiful Musick Point peninsula
- Explore the archeological sites and wetlands at Mangemangeroa Reserve
- Built in 1847 the All Saints Church in Howick is the second-oldest church in New Zealand
- Mangemangeroa Reserve is an area of scenic, environmental and cultural significance
- The Howick Historical Village in nearby Pakuranga is a Fencible period visitor attraction
Just 30-minutes from central Auckland you’ll find the delightful cosmopolitan village of Howick. Take the ferry from Auckland to Half Moon Bay Marina and then a short connecting bus to Howick to explore this gem.
Howick Village is a historic township known for the fencible or colony community that was settled by the British in the 1840s. The area is rich with history and houses New Zealand's second oldest church, All Saints Church, built in 1847 under the guidance of Bishop Selwyn. There is also a historical village where it is possible to experience costume, buildings and lifestyle from the fencible era.
Admire the spectacular views as you play 18 holes at the Howick Golf Club. Located on the beautiful Musick Point peninsula at Bucklands Beach the views are simply breathtaking, so whatever your handicap you’re bound to have a great day. Enjoy walking trails on the peninsula and the nearby beachfront café.
Those who prefer exploring sites of scenic, environmental and cultural importance will love Mangemangeroa Reserve. The landscape offers farmland, coastal native bush and estuary views.
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