Te Awanui Waka
Robbins Park is a verdant pocket of roses with excellent views across to Mt Maunganui.
Elms Mission House
Built in 1847, Elms Mission House is the oldest building in the Bay of Plenty. Furnished in period style, it sits among other...
Your first choice for big-screen sports (30 screens!) and live music (Katchafire, dub DJs, Hendrix tribute bands etc).
Fresh Fish Market
A local legend serving up fresh fish and chips, with hexagonal outdoor tables right on the water’s edge and plenty of seagulls to keep...
Lonely Planet review
Shaded by huge pohutukawa trees, spooky Monmouth Redoubt was a fortified site during the Maori Wars. Next door is Robbins Park , a verdant pocket of roses with sweeping views across to Mt Maunganui. At the foot of the Redoubt on the end of the Strand is Te Awa nui Waka , a replica Maori canoe, on display in an open-sided building.