GENERAL INFORMATION

2020 LOCATIONS AND DATES - To be announced!

In the 2019 season we visited the following locations:
Oamaru, Christchurch, Tauranga, Wairarapa and Auckland.

The NZ House & Garden House Tours typically run over the months of February and March, so be sure to keep some space free in your calendar over these two months!

TIMES
All our tours takes place on a Friday from 10am to 4pm

THE TOUR
The NZ House & Garden House Tour is a self-guided day, showcasing 8-12 houses in the respective areas, in addition to the Tour Hub.
Two weeks prior to the tour date, we email through the official tickets which include a start house (selected when tickets are purchased), house addresses, maps and important tour information.
The houses may be viewed in any order you like, but tour-goers must start at the house allocated to them on the official ticket to avoid congestion at houses.

TOUR HUB
The Hub has become a highlight on our tours - open from 9.30am, the Hub is a space where tour-goers can enjoy food, refreshments, enter amazing competitions and find plenty of ways to support the charity. You can also look forward to a warm welcome from our family of sponsors, along with the chance to meet our wonderful staff from the magazine, have a chat with our Editor, Sally Duggan and hear more about the great work Breast Cancer Foundation New Zealand are doing. 

TOUR DAY SUBSCRIPTIONS
We offer tour goers an exclusive on-day subscription offer to NZ House & Garden magazine.
The 2020 subscription offer will be announced at a later date.


For any queries please email us on housetours@nzhouseandgarden.co.nz

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REVIEWS

“Pure enjoyment, a self-paced day, well organised, affordable and a contribution to a worthy cause, the variety and style of houses and gardens.”

2017 Hawke's Bay tour-goer

“A great source of inspiration for redecorating and/or building.”

2017 Tauranga tour-goer

“Fun day – all while supporting a very worthwhile cause - New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation.”

2017 Wanaka tour-goer