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Blooming delight: Central Hawke's Bay gears up for the enchanting Spring Fling Festival

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Central Hawke’s Bay’s much-anticipated Spring Fling Festival makes a welcomed return from 2 September until 5 November and with 20 events spanning the calendar and the district, it promises to be bigger and better than ever.
The programme line-up includes a delightful mix of cherished favourites and new highlights, including high-end foodie experiences, cultural and heritage tours, and free family entertainment set amongst the stunning landscapes of Central Hawke's Bay.
The eagerly anticipated Spring Fling Festival has something for everyone, from family events like the Waipawa Spring Festival, Picnic in the Peonies and the much-loved Ōmakere Coastal Hill Country Walk, to annual favourites like the Central Hawke's Bay Homestead Tour, Garden to Vase with Foraged and Found and the Hatuma Half Marathon. 
New events this year include the ‘Bon Vivant Happening’ at Wallingford Homestead, Brews and BBQ in Ongaonga Village, and a food and wine pairing evening with St Vincent’s and Maison Vauron at the 150-year-old Oruawharo Homestead. The Ngā Ara Tipuna Tour and Marae Experience promises to be unforgettable, where people will learn stories of the history that shaped the district for future generations. 
Tickets for the Spring Fling Festival are available now at Early booking is encouraged as some events have limited capacity due to popularity.

7 August 2023

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