Mother and children looking out from Te Ahurea to Kerikeri Mission Station

Kerikeri Mission Station is open under ORANGE in the traffic light system. If you are visiting us, you will need to wear a mask and follow our Covid-19 requirements. At this time, we do not require Vaccine Passes for entry to our visitor sites, cafes and shops, however this may be reviewed in line with our Covid-19 policy settings. You can check our website on the day of your visit for the most up-to-date information and please stay home if you’re unwell. For the latest on Covid-19 in Aotearoa New Zealand visit the official government website.

Opening Hours

10.00am - 4.00pm

Daily Tour Times
10.30am, 11.30am, 2.15pm

Closed Christmas Day. Closed on Anzac Day (25 April) until 1.00pm.

cafe no-smoking toilet shops


Member Free

Adult Guided Tour/Museum $20.00

Adult Garden Self-Guided $10.00

Under 18 years Free

Shop Free

* Surcharges may apply for special events


246 Kerikeri Road
Kerikeri 0230

+64 9 407 9236

Mother and daughter using touch screen at Kerikeri Mission Station

It’s an enchanting scene: a sleepy Northland river basin, where two of Aotearoa New Zealand’s oldest buildings, one made of stone, one of timber, sit nestled on the riverbank, with a heritage orchard and cottage garden flowerbeds. Peel back 200 years of history, however, and the site of the Kerikeri Mission Station turns out to be anything but tranquil.

Discover Kerikeri Mission Station
Tohu whenua

Kerikeri Mission Station is idenitified as a Tohu Whenua heritage site. Tohu Whenua are the places that have shaped Aotearoa New Zealand. Located in stunning landscapes and rich with stories, they offer some of our best heritage experiences. See more on the Tohu Whenua website.

Not sure where to start?

We've created a great Northland heritage adventure to get you started on your heritage journey.

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