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For snacks and self-catering.
About 5km south of Warkworth, the Honey Centre makes a diverting pit stop, with its cafe, free honey tasting and glass-fronted hives. The shop sells all sorts of bee-related products, from candles to mead.
Pick up a hat, T-shirt, key ring or tie from the Kiwi sporting code of Rugby Union. Only problem is, official merchandise comes in one colour: All Blacks...
Join Madonna and Kirsten Dunst in wearing Walker’s cool (but pricey) threads. Also in Ponsonby and Newmarket .
City Farmers Market stocks fresh seasonal produce and fancy treats.
Iconic NZ label much sought after by local and international celebs. Also in Ponsonby and Newmarket .
One for the fellows, Little Brother stocks its own line of street-smart streetwear that's understated tucked-and-tailored. Designs are consciously created and made in NZ...
Quality, NZ-made, men's tailored shirts straight out of Blue Hawaii sit alongside hipster hats, sharp shoes and cufflinks.
Homewares and gifts with a Polynesian and Kiwiana influence.
Main branch of the biggest local chain.
The most famous fashion label to come out of NZ, and much sought after by local and international celebs.
Smart, tailored shirts and trousers in interesting fabrics and quirky partywear are the mainstays of this local menswear designer.
Excellent independent bookshop.
Auckland’s legendary organics store Harvest Wholefoods, stocks planet-friendly fresh produce, grocery items and cosmetics. It’s a meat-free zone, but there’s an organic butchery across the road.
A collective of 200 local artists sell their wares here. Also in Newmarket .
Join Madonna and Kirsten Dunst in wearing Walker’s cool (but pricey) threads.
Masses of new, secondhand and rare releases in vinyl and CD format, as well as concert tickets, giant posters, DVDs, books, magazines and clothes.
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