Est. Population: 182,000
Located on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island, Hawke’s Bay Wine Country is New Zealand’s leading food and wine region. With over 2,200 hours of sunshine, Hawke’s Bay is a year-round holiday destination with an eclectic mix of visual and sensory experiences.
Hawke’s Bay is a beautiful place to both live and visit. You will find wildlife centres, parks and gardens, both trout and sea fishing as well as hunting for those inclined, gannet colonies, and spectacular walking tracks backing onto the other side of Te Urewera National Park and Cape Kidnappers.
Hawke's Bay's largest industries are manufacturing and agriculture (including horticulture and fruit growing; and grain, sheep, beef, and dairy cattle farming. Other economic drivers are construction, healthcare and social assistance, manufacturing, and financial and insurance services, making for a strong and healthy economy with roles available across most industries.