Today is Tuesday, 24 October 2017
Pretty Howick Village is the hub of the Howick district with a blend of diverse cultures and its pioneering roots.
Howick Village celebrates it’s diversity with a range of annual events including A Taste of Africa, Heritage Day, Midnight Madness, the Howick Santa Parade and other activities throughout the year.
Howick Bazzar is held in Picton Street every Saturday where you’ll find an eclectic range of stalls selling quality arts and crafts while being entertained by live music.
Enjoy a browse through the many speciality stores and take time out to relax and chat over a coffee or meal at one of the many cafes and restaurants. There are more than 100 specialty stores, mostly locally owned by people committed to providing customers with extra special service and attention.
Satisfy your cultural urges with a visit to the Howick Library, Uxbridge – Howick’s Creative Centre and Monterey Art Gallery.
There are also a wide range of essential services for example, banks, dentists, doctors, supermarkets, accountants and many more.
Owairoa Primary School is in Nelson Street, Howick and since 1961 has prided itself on providing first class education to the children of Howick and the wider community. At Howick Intermediate students benefit in an environment which promotes cultural diversity, innovation, and educational excellence.
The residential area close to Howick Village known as central Howick is a pretty well established area to live in with character houses and larger sections all within walking distance to schools, Village and beaches.