The Wharf Hub and Well being
 
It is said that tourism exists to fulfill an inner need to explore and discover something unexpected, a need to unravel something mysterious .
 
Whilst The Wharf Hub is an accommodation provider, it also intersects with the well being  and environment industries.

 

We advocate that Global change for good will come about not from something big but from lots of little changes that we can all make in our own lives.
The Wharf Hub offers tangible examples of this, from worm farms, repurposed building materials to a community orchard and even a unique Community Reef building effort.

Then there is nature right at our doorstep.
Expansive uninterrupted skylines, river views, estuaries, and grass lands with the fresh sea air smell and sounds of crashing waves not far away.
 
There are many free fun things you can do to interact with the nature around us. Go exploring yourself or take our Voyages to other local ‘energy points’ that can revitalise our sense of ‘awe’.

The Wharf Hub is a small operation but with a big vision. Our hope is that you will be able to take something away with you that will meaningful and lasting, perhaps something more than what you expected.

Kind regards,
The Wharf Hub
William Walker
William Walker

William Walker had the Wharf Hub built from fine native timbers transported by sea from Te Kaha. The house was built in 1923. With care and maintenance it should last another 100 years. Restoration work is a feel good experience.

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Ship wrecks
Ship wrecks

Many boats were wrecked or left to sink along the riverbanks. This stern piece is thought to be the Nukutere once owned by Peter Warren. The bronze nails used were all hand made. We promote preserving in small pieces of our heritage nutures our spirit.

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Set yourself free...
Set yourself free...

With no cars or trucks to worry about, walking or biking the 10 Km Motu Dunes Trails with magnificent sea and coastal views is enough to revitalize a spirit of freedom. The Wharf Hub has bikes available.

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William Walker
William Walker

William Walker had the Wharf Hub built from fine native timbers transported by sea from Te Kaha. The house was built in 1923. With care and maintenance it should last another 100 years. Restoration work is a feel good experience.

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