Taniwha Daffodils is now closed for 2017 - thank you for all those who visited this year. We look forward to seeing you again in September 2018.

‚ÄčEasily found and well sign posted, Taniwha Daffodils can be seen alongside State highway 2, with drifts of daffodils marking the roadside. This gorgeous site can be seen with the backdrop of the snow covered Ruahine Ranges in the distance.

Entry is free. Daffodils are available for picking, proceeds from the sale of these go to our chosen charity - Plunket.
Enjoy the display of many hundreds of daffodil varieties, planted in a 20 acre park-like setting, amongst mature trees and ponds.

Bookings for large groups (10 or more) essential - please contact Esther Mabin. (06)8558369/(027)2277230 or esthermabin@gmail.com 

Come to pick, walk, ponder or picnic!
Delicious takeaway barrista coffee and tea can be purchased from the "coffee shed," on site.
Pack a warm jacket and waterproof shoes - just in case, it is spring!

Opening weekend: Friday 1st September - Sunday 1st October.
Open 7 days a week over a 4 - 5 week period. 8am - 5pm.

Pick your own daffodils - $5 for 30 stems / $10.00 for a pre-picked bunch when available.
Buckets are provided for picking.
(Please refrain from picking tight buds - these will be charged at $1.00 a stem.)
Bunches wrapped in cellophane and tied with a ribbon.
Cash preferred but Eftpos available (signal dependent)