Molewood Orchard will host the Greytown Apple Harvest Festival each April
Wander through Molewood Orchard in Greytown and pick your own basket of fresh sun-warmed and scrumptious apples and pears, open every weekend from Saturday 2 March until early June.
This year, for the first time, you'll not only be able to pick your own fresh apples but your own fresh pears straight from the tree as well!
A self-guided tour including eleven remarkable properties in Greytown, many opening to the public for the first time.
Juno Olives is a family owned and sustainable managed olive grove in Greytown, with its own tasting room.
Pop into Aperitif Wine Bar & Shop in Greytown for a huge range of wines from around New Zealand, local gins & spirits.
1860 Restaurant in historic The Greytown Hotel is a great place to eat for lunch, dinner and bar meals. Only twenty-five minutes from Masterton and fifteen minutes from Martinborough.
Experience the Charm of the The Greytown Hotel, possibly New Zealand's oldest hotel, situated in the center of the Wairarapa making it an ideal base for those visiting the area.
Check out this cycling event in Greytown on Easter Saturday - a chance for the town's folk and visitors to recreate the spirit of a bygone era while having a "jolly good" time.
Mrs Blackwell's Village Bookshop in Greytown feels like stepping into a bookshop in a storybook - albeit with modern touches.
Visit The Offering in Greytown for mouth watering cabinet food, and gluten free and vegans options using fresh locally grown food.