Lavendyl Lavender Farm, Kaikoura
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Address: 268 Postmans Road, Kaikoura 7371, New Zealand
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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About Lavendyl Lavender Farm, Kaikoura
This Lavender Farm is a wonderful place to visit. The place stretches on for 5 acres or so and is a lovely sight. Over 50 different varieties of purple lavender are produced here and used for various purposes.
If you wish to buy lavender oil or essence, you will also additionally get to see how it’s made and what processes go into it when you come here. And the farm doesn’t just cultivate Lavender. Several different varieties of amazing plants native to New Zealand can be seen here.
The vibrant color, the fragrant lavender and the secluded beauty of it make this unique place a definitely interesting spot to visit while in Kaikoura.
How To reach Lavendyl Lavender Farm by Public Transport
- Local Shuttle Service
Restaurants Near Lavendyl Lavender Farm
- Oceanview Bar and Restaurant (Oaro)
- Koura Bay Lodge
- Hislops Wholefoods Cafe
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Lavendyl Lavender Farm, Kaikoura Reviews
Beautiful shop with a friendly proprietor, willing to have a chat about the area. The cottages are a perfect getaway from everyday life, and to base yourself from for exploring the area.
Great place to relax and unwind, stroll through the estate or just enjoy a nice cuppa with homemade scones or ice cream.
Came during off season (July) so not many flowers... But this is to be expected. Had our one year old son who loved watching the chooks. With the ranges in the background, this place would be stunning when in bloom. The $2 entry fee per adult was happily paid.
Very disappointed, a bit run down with weeds growing into lavender bushes. Tea room not operating.
2 dollars is worthy for take a look but unfortunately it was not the season when i was visiting. best season is the summer. do not try the ice cream here, trust me