Nancy's Garden is located on the southern edge of Warkworth village, less than an hour's drive north of Auckland city.

Cafes, specialist shops and character architecture make Warkworth a charming village and the commercial hub of the area. Its central location, along State Highway 1, makes Warkworth a perfect base from which to further explore this region of New Zealand.

For instance, a ten minute drive from Warkworth brings you to the village of Matakana, the heart of the area's wine growing district and home to a popular weekly Farmers' Market, specialty shops, restaurants, tea rooms and a boutique cinema complex.

A 12 mins walk from "Nancy's Garden" brings you to the adjacent Warkworth & District Museum, situated in the magnificent Parry Kauri Park where two 800-year Kauri Trees are located, including signposted bushwalks through groves of kauri and mature bush.

How to get to Nancy's Garden

Traveling on State highway 1: After approximately 15 kms north of the Puhoi tunnel turn right into McKinney Road (look for the large brown sign to the Warkworth Museum and Parry Kauri Park). Travel 1.1 kms along McKinney Road towards the T junction and then turn right into Thompson Road. After approximately 700 metres turn left into our driveway, Nancy's Garden will be on your left after 200m.

Coming from Warkworth township: Follow Neville Street to the fork in the road with the Methodist Church on the left. Take the left fork (Church Hill) and continue up the hill till you reach the crossroads at the top. Turn left into Pulham Road, and continue along this road until the intersection with Wilson Road, and turn right. Follow Wilson Road and continue straight on into Thompson road. After approximately 700 metres, turn left into our driveway. Nancy's Garden will be on your left after 200m.

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