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Top recommendations from locals

Place to eat
“Busy farmers market - expect to pay for posh cheeses and breads but nice atmosphere and good pub and restaurant on the waters edge. 20 min drive ”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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Establishment
“Farmers Market here on Saturdays and Sundays. Great food, vegetables, herbs, breads and cakes. All overlooking the water.”
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Sublocality
“Farmers markets every weekend and beautiful walk around the water. Worth a visit!”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“Walk to the Store for your essentials like eggs and cereal, tinned foods, and milk. ”
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Kawiarnia
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“A great café to stop at when you're in Hobsonville Point to check out the markets or walking tracks”
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Transit Station
“Beat the traffic in the morning to City Centre or even just for beautiful scenery.”
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Bus Station
“Farmers market and a lovely coastal walkway with a nice cafe too. Our kids love to run around the walkway and spot crabs at low tide. ”
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Kawiarnia
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“Nice spot with a cool outlook. ha - some might say it's industrial chic. It's right next to the Ferry terminal. ”
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Meal Takeaway
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Pier
“The 5km loop track hugs the peninsula’s shoreline and is peppered with points of interest for people of all ages. With opportunities for rest and relaxation, play and picnics, history and harbourside views, it delivers an experience that is unique to this place.”
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Piekarnia
“The favourite of the locals, go there for tasty bread, delicious pastries, or even curry puffs!”
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Sublocality Level 1
“Right from 1840, the island between Hobsonville and Greenhithe on the Waitemata River has been known as Herald Island. But it had, of course, a Maori name (Pahiki), and since 1840 has gone through a series of other names before the second name, possibly applied in honour of a ship the HMS Herald, stuck”
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Restauracja
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Kawiarnia
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Point of Interest
“If you need that special bottle of wine to go with dinner, or just your local bottle of beer, Greenhithe Liquor stocks most things”
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