Browse the galleries in Golden Bay displaying local artists and crafts people's beautiful and unique pieces, fine jewellery, candles, woodware, quilting, weaving, pottery, ceramics, glassware, sculptures, paintings, prints, photos and more. You're sure to find something special to take home.

Estuary Arts

An extensive range of art work in ceramic and glass, as well as acrylic and watercolour paintings. created by Rose Little and Bruce Hamlin. Nature is their inspiration: the hills, mountains and tidal estuaries of Golden Bay and Nelson; flora and fauna, the sea and the human form provide design motifs for this creative couple. October to mid-April : Wednesday to Sunday 9am - 5pm and Monday and Tuesday at holiday times.

Pikikirunga Stone Sculpture

Contemporary stone sculpture, distinct, unique work by artist Jocelyn Bacci. Large as well as small scale sculpture, featuring Takak Marble, Limestone, Granite and mixed media in a rural garden setting.

Open Winter by appointment. Summer: look for OPEN sign on
main Takaka Valley Road or by appointment.

NgAngA RT Gallery

Vision & Creativity in Harmony with Nature & Spirit

Exhibition over summer - "Collingwood & Beyond"

Gallery also houses fine jewellery, sculpture & crafts. Adjoining outside area presents "Nourishing Beauty" Garden Art & Furniture.

Open 10 - 5 Daily in Summer
Wednesday - Sunday during Winter

15 Tasman Street, Collingwood
Map: Click here

Lollokiki Sculpture 705

With a yard, shop, sculpture garden and Loft Gallery, the Lollokiki Sculpture 705 complex has a lot to offer. Showcasing the work of Toy Murchie & Kas Muller.

705 Abel Tasman Drive

Earth Sea Gallery

Realistic landscape paintings and prints of Golden Bay by artist Peter Geen. Unique, collectable fine art. Landscape paintings and reproduction giclee prints on canvas and watercolour paper.

Stone Arrow Jewellery

Wide range of designs crafted in pounamu, sterling silver, paua, copper and recycled glass.
Come and tour the workshop and see our innovative ways of working with different materials.

44A Commercial St Takaka
Phone: 0212646039

The Langford Store

The Langford Store is nestled in the heart of the Aorere valley, 15 minutes inland from Collingwood on the way to the Heaphy track.
This general store and post office has been providing essentials to the
Bainham community and travellers since 1928.

Enjoy a pot of tea or an espresso coffee, served with sublime sweet treats. Soak up the sunshine and the tranquility of the surrounding scenery, whilst you write a postcard home or just rest a moment with friends.

Phone: 035248228

Pohutukawa Gallery

Giftware, art and clothing displayed in the old post office building.

Summer : 9am to 5pm - Monday to Friday, 10am to 1pm, Saturday
Winter: 10am to 4pm - Monday to Friday, 10am to 1pm , Saturday

Phone: 03-525-9990

Drift N Jade

An infusion of NZ Jade and sculptured native woods. Lower
Tukurua Road (beside Living Light) Seasonal hours


Onekaka Arts

Fine jewellery by: Peter Meares Silversmith. Geoff Williams Jade Carver. Grant Muir Jeweller.

Phone: 03-525-7366

Living Light Candles

Discover a wide range of handcrafted designer candles. Workshop & Gallery. All candles and wax objects are handcrafted exclusively in Golden Bay. The use of original designs, vibrant colours, and premium quality fragrances are integral to producing world class products.

Monza Gallery

Delight in the creativity of Golden Bay. This charming building in Takaka's main street houses a collection of fine work by artists, jewellers, weavers, potters and sculptors from this uniquely creative part of New Zealand.

Phone: 03-525-8510

Art Bank

The Golden Bay Arts Council consists of a group of volunteers who support and initiate local Arts events. Run by the Arts Council in an historic building in Takaka, the "Art Bank" showcases and sells the creations of local artists and artisans. The most enduring event is "Bay Art", a Labour weekend competition and exhibition, which attracts high quality and varied entries.

Map: Click here

Quilted Art by Liza Eastman

Liza has been quilting and organising quilting projects since she was eighteen. An active participant in the Golden Bay artistic community, she is a member of the Golden Bay Arts Council and the Golden Bay Patchwork and Quilters' Guild and has coordinated a range of community- based fund raising and teaching projects with the Guild. A number of community quilts made by the Guild are on display in Golden Bay. Wall, wearable & bed quilts. Please make an appointment or trust your luck.

Phone: 03-524-8487
Farewell Spit Eco Tours
Adrift in Golden Bay - Beachfront Accommodation
The Mussel Inn Cafe Bar & Brewery

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