We have just added this new tour on for those visiting New Plymouth and wanting to get a great experience at the acclaimed Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye Centre. To find out more go to
Trip Advisor has awarded Pukekura Park a certificate of excellence for a string of consistently good reviews. It is ranked as Number one of 48 attractions in Taranaki. It is also recognised as a five star garden of national significance and its cricket ground has been named as top domestic cricket pitch of the year.
Lynsay Ireland from Conference Taranaki and I attended Convene in Auckland this week to launch our pre, post and partner packages for conferences, events and for people wishing to visit Taranaki. Here we are on our stand. Watch this space for further updates.
Discover Taranaki was recently featured in the Go Travel Magazine. The article details giving a first hand account of being on Discover Taranaki's art tour -an experience the author really enjoyed.
Great article in the December -January edition of NZ today featuring Taranaki and New Plymouth in particular - well done Jane Dove Juneau. Also has a Discover Taranaki ad and a picture of Te Rewa Rewa bridge
It was lovely to get the latest copy of Life and Leisure today and see the great article on Taranaki -My Mountain Home by Amokura Panoho with photos taken by Rob Tucker. The article features a lot of the locations & stories from the Whitecliffs walk including Conrad O'Carroll and the work of the Tiki Te Mauri O Parininihi Trust including bringing the kokako home, the artist John McLean and the forever welcoming Terry Parkes at Nice Hotel
Great day yesterday visiting homes and art studios. Thank you Shelley Carrington, Joyce Driver and Reuben Paterson. Et Alia loved it all.
Our visitors today pictured on the coastal walkway during their day out at Lesley Kreisler's gallery, at the Windwand, Puke Ariki and a whole afternoon at Govett Brewsterand Len Lye