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Creative Kiwi Arts And Crafts

27 Reyburn Street, Whangarei 0110, New Zealand
+64 9-438 9899
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Great selection of local arts and crafts

It is so nice to visit local arts and crafts instead of the mass produced souvenir shops. We found... read more

Reviewed 14 March 2017
Funfoodfavourites
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Landsborough, Australia
Great range of kiwi arts and crafts

Fun shopping with a large range reasonably priced kiwi styled gifts, clothing, jewellery and... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2016
Toni W
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Auckland
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Creative Kiwi Arts and Crafts is both a Gallery and Gift Store and a Working Studio for Artists and Crafts People. A place where visitors young and old can come to interact with artists and crafts people, watch them at work and to learn about the various crafts. Come see glass artists, wood turners, painters, illustrators, clay artists, bone carvers, sculptures and many more. We offer 100% New Zealand made Arts & Crafts made by New Zealand artists.
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14 Mar 2017
“Great selection of local arts and crafts”
20 Feb 2016
“Great range of kiwi arts and crafts”
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27 Reyburn Street, Whangarei 0110, New Zealand
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Reviewed 14 March 2017

It is so nice to visit local arts and crafts instead of the mass produced souvenir shops. We found some great things to take home from here.

Thank Funfoodfavourites
Reviewed 21 February 2016

Fun shopping with a large range reasonably priced kiwi styled gifts, clothing, jewellery and collectables.

Thank Toni W
Reviewed 17 December 2015

Like many I have a horror of the usual souvenir places with their often cheap and nasty offerings and with overseas friends needing gifts with a difference and quality, this is just the sort of place to find them. The name says it all really.

1  Thank Dr Benjamin P
Reviewed 2 June 2011

I have been back to Creative Kiwi Arts and Crafts many times as I am a local. The really wonderful days are Saturdays when you can check out various artists working and they will always stop and talk to you about their work. For a...More

Thank Theriverbank
Reviewed 23 December 2010

You want to take something home for friends that looks as good when you got it there as when you bought it in NZ? Think locally made, excellent quality, easily packable hand crafts, chosen and stocked by two enthusiastic 'new' NZers who just love what...More

Thank Fenelope
Reviewed 15 December 2010

one of the 101 things to see in Whangarei. Go here and be inspired by local artists inluding the owners work, something for everyone, afforadable art in various sizes even a backpacker can take with them. Julie and Mark are such fun people, I had...More

Thank spindrift11
Reviewed 8 November 2010

Wow what a cool shop that was, definitely more alive than the others we visited, very passionate owners in there! Maybe that's only on a Saturday but they had lots of different artists working and doing demonstrations, very entertaining and we talked to loads of...More

1  Thank bebbi2010
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