449 days ago

Feeling Cultured-Join us for a cultured day out!

Tranzit Tours Wairarapa

Its all aboard on November 5th, as we head to Featherston to discover C’est Cheese, an institution for fromage fans from far and wide. You’ll find cheese for every set of taste buds as we are taken through a tasting, from French-style blues to cumin flecked gouda, including local favourites Kingsmeade cheese from Masterton and Drunken Nanny from Martinborough. Lunch today is at The Offering in Greytown, a firm local favourite-we even have sometime for a bit of early Christmas shopping. We then make our way to Masterton for a peak behind the scenes at Aratoi Museum of Art and History, as our guide reveals the hidden treasures and the stories behind them.
Depart Wairarapa-Farriers car park 8:30 am or Tranzit Travel Centre 8.15 am-Lower Valley Travellers please give us a call.
Return: Wairarapa -Farriers car park 3:45 pm or Tranzit Travel Centre 3:30 pm
Includes: Coach, tasting, tour and lunch
follow this link to book as seats are limited!

More messages from your neighbours
16 hours ago

SPCA Pet of the Day: Meet Churchill

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

This weeks story is about an ex SPCA pet called Churchill, who found a new home with his new mum Danni.

"We adopted Churchill back in November and he has been an absolute darling! He settled in really well. He loves a lot of attention, which is great because I mostly work from home, so he is basically my new best friend. We are really pleased to have him in our family."

17 hours ago

Pet of the Day: Ninja

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Our Pet of the Day today is Ninja who lives with Tracy Pattle.
"This is Ninja he sleeps like this all the time very chilled out as he takes his cat nap."

If you want your pet featured, email us on yourpet@dompost.co.nz with a recent photo. Please remember to say what suburb you are from.

5 hours ago

Seeking pohutukawa trees

Helen from Greytown

Can anyone recommend a nursery that sells large (over 1m in height) pohutukawa trees? Preferably in the Wellington- Wairarapa region. Thank you.