On the menu at pac Mac

 What an amazing summer! No camping ground washouts, no floods, no wild winds. Holiday makers have really been lucky this year. Sun, sun and more sun. Over the New Year break heaps of people visited State Highway 35, and us. Never was so much ice-cream made. Now it is quieter and we are open from 10am until 3pm. The Nuthouse Cafe is producing espresso coffee, ice-cream, toasties, paninis and sweet treats. Our home produced oil and macadamia flour are creating lots of interest and  and the shop has lots of good stuff in stock.

About Us

Oil our own work
molinari cup
Cappuccino anyone?
Curtains of macadamia blossom
macadamia fruit
nut-in-shell
A bag of the best nuts in the world
painted tin of chocolate macadamia nuts
A favoured gift choice

Pacific Coast Macadamias orchard and the Nuthouse Cafe

On the Pacific Coast Highway, 84km East of Opotiki, lies Whanarua Bay.There, tucked in under the Raukumaras is a small plantation of macadamia trees basking in the subtropical sun. Each year the trees produce a crop of delectable kernel and we harvest, dry, crack, process, pack and sell these on the premises. Nut products can be purchased at the Nut House Cafe in the summer, or anytIme from our stockists around New Zealand or our online