Nau Mai, Haere Mai. Welcome To Huntly – Raahui Pookeka.

Leave the beaten track and you’ll find picturesque lakes, relaxing walkways, thrilling stockcars, and friendly locals.

Enjoy the view of the Waikato River with lunch from any of the delicious cafes along Main Street. Take a walk around Lake Hakanoa and admire the striking gardens.

Part phonebook, part community magazine, part tourism brochure.

Huntly Koororeo features tools to help with health and wellbeing, articles celebrating success stories from awesome Huntly locals, a local business dictionary, stunning photography from Teodora Motateanu and plenty more.

The magazine is available for free from the library.

Even though D*E*K*A closed its doors in 2001, the sign in Huntly still stands.

It was originally kept standing by the owner as a reminder of his old life when he and his ex-wife owned a D*E*K*A store.

Now it stands as a unique icon of the town and a relic of a time gone by.

Two different sized halls with a fully equipped kitchen.
Click below to enquire about booking The Huntly War Memorial Hall for your next event.

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Discover Huntly is a local-led initiative
by WEA and Murtagh Media to promote our town.