Little River Gallery
En route to Akaroa on the beautiful Banks Peninsula of NZ, a carefully curated selection of exquisite NZ made art, jewellery, books and gifts. Eat a lovely lunch from the cafe next door in the sunny sculpture garden.
Little River Farmers Market
Every Sunday through spring the and summer months starting October 22nd 2023 from 9:30am til 2pm found behind the Little River Cafe.
Some of the stall holders you will find at the market this year!
Her Blue Dungarees, Bone Hill Winery, One good thing catering, Wits End Eco Farm, Eco Plants/Doms Kindling, Casa Paella LTD, Elixir Jayne Natural Skincare, Ngaios Kiwiana, Toibytui, Peninsula Berries, Cooptown Paeonies, Etsukaholic, Fizzard Estate, The High Tea and Cake Lady nz, Judi , ieneman, Eco Keen NZ, Vicki Wei Dumplings, IwI Babe, The Coffee Float, Three Hearts Crafts, Nomad Wholefoods, Ad Maiora Angoras, A la baguette
The Bone Dude’s Bone Carving Sudio
Bone Dudes’ carving studio is on 111 Poranui Beach Rd in Birdlings Flat. In their “hands on” carving studio you can make your own unique Bone Carving with a little help from John in 3 hours or less. No previous carving experience needed, just bring a sense of adventure and CASH!!!
Bookings are essential. Sessions are limited to a maximum of 8 people but there’s no minimum. If it’s just you, that’s cool.
Phone 03-329 0947
Palm Reading with Fiona Grace
Book in for a Palm Reading with an experienced local modern palm reader in either Pigeon Bay or Akaroa.
The reading is not fortune telling as the lines on the hand are a reflection of our neural pathways or thought processes, and can, and do change over time.
Little River Information station
The Little River Information Station offers a range of brochures, free maps and a personal service to provide visitors with information about Little River, Akaroa and Greater Banks Peninsula.
Little River Craft Station
A community run co-operative with beautiful handcrafted products and fresh produce locally grown.
Surf casting off of Birdlings Flat beach in calm weather, around November seems to be a good month to try for a fish especially Hoki. This article has some more info: https://fishingmag.co.nz/surfcasting/surfcasting-birdlings-flat-and-kaitorete-spit